Why Choose Elite Liquid Waste

Elite Liquid Waste offers extensive know-how, guaranteed customer satisfaction, and an excellent reputation that we’ve maintained throughout the years.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • What Is Non-Destructive Digging (NDD) Used For?

    It can be utilised in various scenarios including:

    • As an alternative to traditional excavation in a vast range of cases, especially where there’s a high risk of line strikes and damage
    • Whenever digging has to occur in close proximity to underground infrastructure or utilities
    • In the completion of large civil projects that have tight deadlines
    • Cleaning of construction debris
    • In the event of surveying
    • Geotechnical drilling
    • Potholing of utilities, telecoms
    • Tree planting
    • The straightening of power poles

    It’s also important to mention that the equipment for hydro and vacuum excavation can be positioned at a distance from the work area. As a result, this digging method is an excellent choice for high traffic spots where congestion is likely to occur (usually, when complex construction/renovation projects are being executed).

  • How Does Non-Destructive Excavation Improve Working Processes?
    1. Accuracy

      When it comes to precise and safe digging, vacuum excavation is difficult to beat. In fact, it offers a much higher level of accuracy than any other form of excavation (especially when compared to manual digging). Non-destructive hydro excavation and vacuum excavation is the sole option that can determine the depth of any utility, allowing for a much faster job and safer digging. The machines used in such projects offer the perfect pressure level to dig fast without causing any damage. Hence, reputable service providers like Elite Liquid Waste can guarantee 100% accuracy and effectiveness. We’ve completed multiple projects throughout the years, protecting important assets while handling the specifics of the task in a quick, convenient and scalable manner. Because of this characteristic, hydro excavation is also a method of preference for unknown sites that could pose hazards or feature utilities.

    2. No Risk of Damaging Underground Services

      Hydro excavation equipment, as the name suggests, utilises pressurised water to dig into the ground. This method ensures precision and eliminates most of the risks associated with traditional excavation options. Pressurised water doesn’t impact existing infrastructure, especially when the right pressure level is being employed. You can rest assured that pipes, cables and all other kinds of underground services will remain intact, no matter how big of an excavation job is.

    3. Simple, Reliable and Effective

      Non-destructive digging involves the use of pressurised water instead of mechanical tools. This kind of water creates a dirt slurry, removing layers of earth from the surface. When this happens, a vacuum can be employed to clean up the slurry and reveal the ground underneath. Usually, high-pressure wands are utilised to give operators a chance to employ precision “targeting.” After work is completed, the sucked up mass can be returned to the ground, covering the exposed area and bringing it back to its original state.

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