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On the Job: Cameras Underground

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Published on Jun 12, 2013

Each month a different Public Works department in the Town of Gilbert will be highlighted in a behind-the-scene look focused on educating the community. For June, we're going underground with the Department of Wastewater Collections to see how technology is being used under the streets of Gilbert.

The Town of Gilbert utilizes two Closed Circuit Television (CCTV) cameras for pipeline inspections in the Department of Wastewater Collections. The video obtained from this technology clearly identifies any damage to the sewer system. This includes cracked or broken pipes, connectors, offset joints and blockages.

The town currently has 880 miles of sewer line and inspects 15% of the system annually. With two CCTV cameras on the job, wastewater crewmembers are able to inspect the whole system every six years. The Public Works Department has used this technology for the past 12 years and is pleased with the results.

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