When rainwater washes over our highways, parking lots, construction sites and farmlands, it picks up a wide range of pollutants and toxins. Then it flows into our streams, lakes, rivers, and oceans…untreated. This becomes a huge problem for the health of marine life, and ultimately, for humans, so it’s important for any government, business or organization responsible for a physical plant and/or campus — which is most of us — to properly manage this storm water runoff.
Many facilities were built with detention and infiltration systems to provide underground drainage and storage of excess storm water. We offer maintenance, inspection, surface cleaning and pressure-washing of these structures, along with
By cleaning storm systems, ground surfaces and removing corrosion from pipes, we can reduce pollutants that could harm our environment. This work will also help keep you compliant with environmental regulations and save you the time, expense and discomfort of violation citations.
This service is performed by inserting a special camera into a pipeline when human inspection is not possible due to hazardous conditions or inaccessibility. It provides a complete evaluation of storm systems, sewer systems or related pipelines to determine the condition of the inside of the pipe. Our equipment runs 250 feet and features include high-tech video/text monitoring along with a digital footage counter and DVD burner. It is a valuable tool and a cost effective way to diagnose roots intrusion, a broken pipe, a clog, or map infrastructure lay out.
APS Environmental boasts a fleet of efficient pumper trucks with a variety of capabilities. Our heavy duty industrial Vac-Con combination sewer tanker and Berringer wet/dry vacuum truck are designed to clean up and recover a full spectrum of materials:
These DOT-certified vacuum loaders handle non-hazardous materials. From waste removal to product recovery, these trucks are capable of moving both wet and dry product from light dust to gravel. Long-distance suction lines allow the vacuum loader to reach remote, contoured or inaccessible locations, even underwater. We can clean out
Whatever your material removal needs, call the professionals at APS Environmental. We can help you choose the quickest, most cost-effective method from among our many options. And we’ll work with you to plan our work around your production schedule, causing as little disruption as possible.
With so much of water conveyance systems located underground, it’s often difficult or impossible to access lift stations, older manholes, long or small-diameter pipes and other parts of their infrastructure to visually inspect these system elements. When that happens, we use remote cameras, either mounted on handheld push rods, or carried along on a remote-controlled, wheeled tractor or other carrier, into the pipe or other asset where a human can’t go.
to determine conditions inside the pipe.
or to map infrastructure layout. This helps us understand where your system assets are located, and how best to access them for cleaning, repair or replacement.
APS Environmental, Inc. is equipped with efficient and environmentally safe high-pressure water jetting rigs, used to scour and remove buildup of
from all types of drain lines and surfaces. Businesses and organizations in any category – commercial, industrial, municipal, institutional – and even residential property owners and managers can find themselves in need of professional jetter cleaning.
When used as a part of your regular maintenance program, this service can assist in keeping your waste and storm water conveyance systems and equipment functioning properly with less down time. By preventing premature wear on parts, it can extend the life of your systems elements, and help prevent the need for emergency calls. Removal of heavy substance buildup returns your water pipes to their designed volume capacity, increasing efficiency and productivity.
We specialize in pipeline cleaning using Hydro Jet systems operating at 4,000 psi on pipes up to 42 inches in diameter. These high-pressure blasts of water can break through the toughest blockages, and remove years of built-up debris. Jetters can get the job done faster than a mechanical flail or foaming agents, returning your system to optimal operation quickly and with less down time.