Private-Side Mitigation

State mandates mean more work for contractors who specialize in residential work.

Private-Side Mitigation

A sketched map of a home in Lower Burrell will guide a CCTV inspection and dye test of all interior drains and where they connect to the city sewer.

For many, inflow and infiltration mitigation is a hassle, but it has been a gift for Shelton Plumbing in New Kensington, Pennsylvania.

Josh Shelton, CEO and president, has increased revenue from $500,000 in 2015 to $1.2 million in 2017, mostly thanks to relining work in relation to state I&I mitigation mandates.

As I&I mitigation becomes a greater focus among municipalities, many cities have turned an eye toward the private side as part of their programs. This has brought...

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