Water pipelines are the strong network of infrastructure that ensures the proper supply of clean, usable water to industrial and residential consumers. Wastewater pipelines enable the efficient flow of contaminated water out of a water system for treatment and processing. Regular inspections are needed to ensure these pipelines are well maintained and functioning optimally.  

Here we will look at some essential points regarding Water and Wastewater Pipeline Inspection Checklists.

  • Typically, what do such checklists include?
  • What makes Water and Wastewater Pipeline Inspection Checklists so critical to water management companies?
  • How does Fielda help companies manage these Water and Wastewater Pipeline Inspection Checklists more effectively?

Typical items in Water and Wastewater Pipeline Inspection Checklists: Inspectors review several items during pipeline inspections. These include checking the material used to ensure that it is of the approved quality and standards. Inspectors check the location and condition of water service valves and the structural soundness of the piping, checking for sagging, leaks, corrosion, and bends. Similar checks are conducted when inspecting wastewater pipes. Inspectors audit the trench, the slope of the pipeline, size of the piping to ensure it can handle the current and future needs of the specific building or site. They also check backfills to ensure no debris could damage the pipelines. 

What makes these inspection checklists so important: When water pipelines are damaged or blocked, they can disrupt supply and impact essential tasks in residential and commercial setups. Besides causing inconvenience and financial loss, these issues can violate regulatory codes. The challenges can be even more severe when wastewater pipelines are affected by damage, corrosion, or leaks. Wastewater pipeline problems can pose health risks and cause the accumulation of wastewater. In addition, when pipeline issues are not detected and fixed early, they can escalate into more significant problems requiring expensive and laborious repairs. 

How does Fielda simplify the use of Boiler Water Service Reports? Fielda’s GIS capability helps water management companies accurately map water and wastewater pipelines and track specific points in the pipeline for inspections, servicing, and repairs. Fielda allows inspectors to complete Water and Wastewater Pipeline Inspection Checklists with its offline data capture function, even in highly remote locations. Inspection is made extremely easy with digital forms and easy upload of supporting documents, photos, and videos when needed.   

Capture: Complete Water and Wastewater Pipeline Inspection Checklists in a few easy clicks with Fielda’s customizable inspection templates

Consolidate: Gain an integrated view of all inspection data, maintenance routines, and field task status updates with real-time reports and dashboards 

Collaborate: Enable sharing of relevant data with specific internal teams for action and with regulatory bodies for compliance 


About Fielda: Fielda helps companies manage and maintain their assets and gain real-time oversight of all tasks, workflows, and projects to improve operational efficiency, enhance team productivity and impact the bottom line. Whether it’s installations, inspections, repairs, replacement of parts, servicing and maintenance, or routine audits, with Fielda’s mobile data collection, GIS-enabled technology, automated and custom workflows, and analytics, you can eliminate errors, enhance response time, ease workflow bottlenecks, and simplify your field operations.

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