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When a utility worker in Key Largo, Fla., noticed that a section of a paved street was not settling properly, he decided to remove a manhole cover and descend into the earth.
Maxwell believes the leak occurred for at least seven years. Assistant City Manager Brandon Cook says the city’s had to buy 3 million gallons less water a day since capping the line.
Published by Hydrovac News: https://www.hydrovacnation.ca/vacuum-excavation-the-only-non-destructive-method/ Article Supplied by: Benjamen Schmitt Product Manager at Vactor – www.vactor.com Vacuum excavation, such as hydro excavation, is a growing technology utilized to prevent job-site damages throughout the world.
While contacting 811 before you dig and having utilities identified is a great place to start for contractors, sometimes a job requires a closer look at what’s below. Enter the vacuum excavator.
50% of utility damages is caused by excavation hits. Excavating with air and water can prevent dangerous and expensive damages.
A recent article in Equipment World highlights the importance of clear communication in high-noise environments.