Fewer Sewage Spills in Taupō, New Zealand
In January 2018, a fatberg problem caused sewage to accidentally contaminate Lake Taupō in New Zealand. Since then, the fatberg problem has been essentially eliminated. Kevin Sears, Taupō District Council’s three-water operations manager says, “It’s a combination of the community doing their part and us using the SL-RAT cleaning tool.” The acoustic inspection tool has helped the district to quickly understand sewer blockage conditions and deploy cleaning resources effectively.
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