Industrial Vacuuming & Jetting Services

An important aspect of proper stormwater maintenance is making sure the system is clean and functioning at its intended capacity. Cleaning the system through industrial vacuuming or high-pressure jetting is an effective way to ensure compliance. Industrial and commercial vacuuming and jetting services clear catch basins and proprietary units of liquids, solids, and sludge that can lead to improper function of stormwater systems.

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Cleaning + Clearing

Maintaining systems is often a responsibility left for property owners and managers. While identifying areas of concern that occur above ground can be relatively simple, underground problems can be more challenging. If you are uncertain whether your systems need industrial and commercial vacuuming and jetting services, AQUALIS can diagnose problems and propose solutions through CCTV inspections .

Types of Cleaning

Industrial and Commercial Vacuum Services

Vacuum truck services, also referred to as Vactor or Vac services, is the process of removing dirt and debris by utilizing suction techniques. The use of industrial vacuuming services proves to be beneficial at excavating sediment and debris in a non-destructive, more concise method, compared to other mechanisms and can also be useful in locating underground systems.

Underground and subsurface stormwater management systems benefit from the use of industrial and commercial vacuum services by lessening time constraints and safety risks associated with debris removal. Vacuuming services can be beneficial when there is a liquid, solid, or sludge compromising the function of a stormwater system.


Jetting is a stormwater maintenance method that utilizes concentrated blasts of high-pressure water to clear and clean clogged or slow draining pipelines from debris. Buildup of elements such as leaves, dirt, sediment, or trash, over time are the typical causes of blockage in and around system facilities. Jetting is often a preferred method of pipeline cleansing or blockage removal because it is environmentally friendly and does not require the use of any chemicals. Instances when Jetting can be beneficial include:

  • Debris Removal
  • Blockage or Buildup in Stormwater System
  • Restoring System Flow Performance
  • System Cleaning

Stormwater Management 101

Owners and property managers are legally responsible for ensuring that stormwater facilities installed on or under their property are properly maintained and continually function as they were designed. Learn more about the basics of stormwater management in this whitepaper.



AQUALIS’ Chief Development Officer Erin Zaske recently spoke about how to prepare stormwater systems for hurricanes and other major storms on the Words on Water podcast. Words on Water is a podcast all about the water sector, presented by the Water Environment Federation, a not-for profit technical and education organization dedicated to protecting public health […]

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