September 2019

Come see us at WEFTEC 2019!

WEFTEC®, the largest event of its kind in North America, offers water quality professionals the best in water quality education and training. This multi-day conference is a great opportunity to learn about the latest advancements in water and wastewater solutions, experience new cutting-edge technology, and network with industry professionals. Here are the details: 92nd Annual […]

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September 2019

Carylon 3D Multi-Sensor Inspection System

National Plant Services (NPS) completed this important multi-sensor inspection project for the City of Roseville, CA, in August 2019. Multi-Sensor Inspections collect multiple types of measurable data in one inspection pass. The operator performs a PACP inspection while the 3D laser on-board measures the interior of the pipeline above the flow line. This laser data […]

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July 2019

CCCP Rehabilitation on Kaua’i Storm Drain

Centrifugally Cast Concrete Pipe (CCCP) rehabilitation was performed on this failing 84″ storm drain in Lihue, Kaua’i. The storm water pipe was rehabilitated without digging, the method allowed the pipe to retain much of its original design capacity, and all while allowing the storm drain to operate normally during rain events. National Plant Services was […]

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March 2019

Come see us at the No-Dig Show!

We are exhibiting at the No-Dig Show in Chicago, from March 17 to 21. If you are searching for non-evasive infrastructure solutions, stop by booth 342. […]

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March 2018

Featured Article: Cleaner Magazine

Over the past several weeks, National Plant Services has been working tirelessly with the people of Montecito, CA to clean up the massive mudslide that occurred earlier this year. Four crews from National Plant Services were involved in the cleanup efforts. They were tasked with completing a condition assessment for essentially the entire collections system; no […]

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February 2018

National Plant Services Selected for CA Mudslide Cleanup

Montecito Mudslide On Friday, January 12, National Plant Services was contacted by a representative of Montecito Sanitary District. The District asked if National Plant could mobilize to their City for condition assessment of sewer lines, clean manholes that were charged to the top with mud, internally cap laterals from houses that were washed away or […]

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