When you need to move bulk wastewater, septic, grease, or contaminated solids. Look no further. All Storm Drains is prepared with the right equipment and trained technicians to handle large projects and bulk material. As well as smaller residential needs.
Keeping catch basins clean is pertinent to rain water drainage systems. I often say these are the most neglected infrastructure out of all utilities. You should have your system maintained, before you have a huge problem. Heavy Rain can destroy property!
Contamination can be an issue in some industries. The County Health Department may require the Testing of drainage systems. Banks require the testing of commercial drainage systems when refinancing, or before transferring property. We are equipped to handle it!
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Email: George@AllStormDrains.com Phone: 516.825.1010 Fax: 631.475.2898 My Great grandfather Paul DeVito an Italian immigrant, started sanitary scavenger in the 1930's! He started the vacuum service company after the Great Depression. Three of his children started their own companies in three different locations across Long Island in the 1950's. The three companies had different names. After seeing the one brother's success with his business name DeVito Cesspool . All three started to use the name DeVito in their business names in different variations. They became a few of the largest vacuum service companies on Long Island . They built all their own equipment. Building vacuum trucks in their barns at night! Hand digging new cesspools, the work was all intense manual labor back then. The companies were all very successful having some of the largest commercial accounts on Long Island at the time. I started All Storm Drains Inc. with a wet dry vacuum, and
Discover How Often You Should Clean Your Catch Basins Among the multitude of equipment a facilities staff must oversee, catch basins (or storm drains) are certainly not the most complex; however, they play a vital role in maintaining the safety and health of a facility. A catch basin accepts stormwater, provides some basic physical filtration, and then releases the effluent into the watershed or a sewer system. So as long as storm water continues to drain, what is there to worry about? Probably not much — but at some point, the catch basin will back up, and a contractor will be brought in to fix the problem until the next flooding occurs. For many facilities, such a “run-to-fail” policy may be working just fine. But is it the most economically efficient approach to managing catch basins? To answer for yourself, consider some of the differences between these two options: Conduct biannual inspections and perform cleanings as needed. Fix problems as they arise.
Storm Drain Repair and Clog Prevention Storm drains (also referred to as storm basins, catch basins, or area drains) collect and redirect rain or storm water and surface runoff from yards, streets, and driveways into the city storm drain system. These drains are often located near the home as well as in the street. While storm drain covers are designed to include grates that filter out large objects that can lead to clogging these drain systems are, unfortunately, not 100% foolproof and do require maintenance or even replacement in certain situations. We encourage all our customers to take regular preventative steps that maintain the integrity of their storm drains. But if a storm drain does become damaged, it’s important for homeowners and property managers to fix it as soon as possible, especially before the rainy season begins. Backups and clogs can lead to expensive and dangerous flooding, and in certain circumstances, broken storm drains can even lead to water pe