Most municipalities lack the personnel and budget to keep ahead of maintenance, which makes it imperative that no effort is wasted—this is where standardization of inspection data and the use of PACP plays a crucial role.
Randolph, New Jersey (PRWEB) October 21, 2016
U.S. sewer infrastructure is deteriorating faster than it can be repaired, and winning the fight means inspecting smarter. In a new white paper, Envirosight shares five specific ways municipalities can benefit from the industry-wide standardization of inspection data.
Developed by NASSCO, The Pipeline Assessment and Certification Program (PACP) is a framework for capturing detailed, shareable data from sewer inspections. “With PACP, our industry has evolved toward common defect coding practices, which yield data that is more uniform, shareable and conducive to computer analysis,” says Jake Wells, Director of Marketing at Envirosight.
“Most municipalities lack the personnel and budget to keep ahead of maintenance, which makes it imperative that no effort is wasted—this is where standardization of inspection data and the use of PACP plays a crucial role,” says Venay Sehgal Bhatia, Digital Marketing Manager at Envirosight and the author of the paper.
This white paper is published as a part of Envirosight’s continuing commitment to create and share reference material that benefits wastewater industry professionals. To download a complimentary copy of the white paper, visit http://inbound.envirosight.com/benefits_of_pacp.
About Envirosight LLC
Randolph, New Jersey-based Envirosight, LLC provides video pipeline inspection solutions to municipalities, contractors, departments of transportation, and civil/environmental engineers. Envirosight is committed to ongoing innovation, delivering products that enhance user productivity and inspection detail. Envirosight serves customers through a trained network of regional sales partners who deliver localized support and expertise with rapid turnaround. All Envirosight technical employees hold NASSCO PACP certification. Visit Envirosight online at http://www.envirosight.com.