Quantitative Versus Qualitative Analysis in Sewer Inspection

Qualitative sewer assessment data tells a complex story that can reduce inefficiency and allow sewer maintenance professionals, municipalities and engineers to take informed action

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Quantitative Versus Qualitative Analysis in Sewer Inspection

Sewers fail in complicated ways.

It’s tempting to manage by numbers — to track a single metric, like estimated infiltration rate — in hopes of gaining comprehensive insight about sewer condition. But making smart decisions about sewer maintenance often takes a more sophisticated approach. 

Envirosight's white paper, Quantitative vs. Qualitative, frames this distinction and discusses what these strategies mean for sewer condition analysis, presenting case studies in each. Download your free copy and get to the bottom of the cost and value of various types of sewer data.

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