In Texas potable water storage tanks are required to be inspected every year under TCEQ 290.46. Our method of inspection with underwater cameras allows our customers to see what is going on inside their water storage tanks and towers. Interior corrosion and sediment levels can be seen and documented with no water loss or disruption in service. Unfortunately, the state has no specific requirements on when to clean sediment any time sediment is found in you storage tanks it should be treated as a breach. Sediment on the interior floor of the tank can provide a safe habitat where bacteria and other contaminants can get a foothold in your tank.
Keeping your tanks clean will help keep your water system safe. Are your tanks and towers on a cleaning schedule? We want to help you keep your water tanks and towers clean and healthy! Do not allow dirt that builds up on the floor of your potable water storage tanks to be a safe habitat to grow Giardia, Legionella or viruses like Norovirus. Our water tank and tower cleaning rates are affordable and we have special pricing for tiny tanks under 10,000 gallons.
Call today for a free quote 817-377-4899.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention list these as the top 10 Causes – Outbreaks in Public Water Systems*
- Hepatitis A
- E. coli, excess fluoride (tie)
Check out our new video series on YouTube. Tap-Talk explores our water distribution systems as we take you along and let you see what we see as we inspect and clean municipal water storage tanks. Our cameras let you see what is inside, we never reveal the utility we are working for or our exact location unless our customer gives us permission. Episode #1 is posted below on the next post, in less than six minutes, I explain what we do and how we do it, talk about my background and what led me to start my company in 1997.
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