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Street sweeping helps keep drainage systems working properly and promotes positive public health and safety, by keeping roads clear of garbage and other debris.
The use of High-Pressure water jetting and vactor trucks are the best way to clear a blocked stormwater drain.
In general storm systems should be cleaned at least every five years per industry standards. Though cleaning frequency varies according to available resources and priority areas can help prevent large and expensive issues.
The best way to avoid clogging is to remove leaves and clear up the debris near storm drains. Street sweeper trucks make quick work of this kind of work and is the most scalable way to keep storm drains working properly.
Usually this is because the catch basins or drain grates are full of debris and clogged; the water cannot freely flow when it rains, likely resulting in flooding your private roads, parking lots, or water backing-up onto your property.
The property owner is solely responsible for private drainage and erosion issues, as well as groundwater issues. Though, drainage directed from gutters, downspouts, or other private systems is a civil matter between the property owners and neighboring properties. Drainage issues can lead to city and county fines if gone untreated and not properly maintained.
Vacuum trucks, also known as vacuum tankers, play a vital role in the city as they handle large-scale liquid and sludge clean-up, most commonly in sewer and septic system maintenance. Additionally, they are used to suction water and debris left from hydro-excavation or drilling jobs.
It depends on the truck’s specifications, but generally a Vac truck can reach about 26 feet with a stiff boom on a standard hydrovac.
It depends on the type of commercial vacuum truck, but typically they can hold a volume of 10–55 cubic meters.