View our photo gallery to see how our cleaning processes work. Our equipment creates opportunities to reach and remove material that previously may not have been able to be reached. Facilities can remain in full operation, with no need for bypass or shutdown, and USST can reduce or eliminate the need for confined space entry.



Pinellas, FL - November 2019

Sand and grit removal from 1,200-feet of pipe while navigating a 90-degree turn in 30-inch gravity sewer.
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Quincy, FL - October 2019

340-tons of sand and grit was removed from four Quincy sructures using a variety of methods.
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Tampa, FL - August 2019

7,173-feet of gravity sewer cleaned of 180-tons (est.) of sand with no bypass.
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Delray Beach, FL - July 2019

724-tons of sand, grit, and rag material removed from an aeration basin that was overdue for cleaning.
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Mount Dora, FL - May 2019

630-tons of sand and grit built up over 15-years removed from oxidation ditches while in operation.
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Central, FL - February 2019

Splitter box cleaned while in full operation and no confined space was required.
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Daytona Beach, FL - January 2019

1,575-tons sand, grit, and vegetation material removed from oxidation ditch at a high production rate.
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Southeast, FL - December 2018

90-Tons rags and grit removed from aeration basin as part of a rehabilitation project.
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Central, FL - September 2018

885-Tons cleared out from storage tank with limited confined space entry.
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Southwest FL - June 2018

660-Feet of pipe cleaned, while taking a hard 115 degree turn in one pipe segment.
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Palmetto, FL - May 2018

96-CY of vegetation interwoven with rags creatively removed from Manatee County Utilities holding tank.
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Anastasia Island, FL - April 2018

80-CY of sand, grit & rag material removed from 35-foot deep pump station.
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Davie, FL - February 2018

20-Foot high tank cleaned while in full operation.
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Orlando, FL - January 2018

2,500-Feet of large diameter pipe cleaned.
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Avon Park, FL - November 2017

90-Tons of sand & grit removed from three structures while in full operation.
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Charlotte, FL - Septemeber 2017

21-CY of sand and grit removed from three structures at Charlotte County’s Burnt Store WRF.
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Daytona Beach, FL - August 2017

2,000(+) Tons of sand and grit removed from the City of Daytona’s 13MGD Water Reclamation Facility.
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Lake City, FL - April 2015

Paint-filter dry material removed and ready for disposal.
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Clewiston, FL - April 2015

Oxidation ditch cleaned while remaining online.
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Port Arthur, TX - August 2014

Barge cleaning.
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Sumter, FL - December 2013

Material acccssed 375-feet away from access point in 60-inch stormwater pipe, cleaned in surcharged conditions.
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