Inuktun Sighting #21: Don't Chute the Messenger

Inuktun Sighting #21: Don't Chute the Messenger

Eight billion litres of sewage. Montreal’s southeast interceptor has recently gained a lot of attention with discussions of the plan to take the sewer’s intake and dump it in the St. Lawrence River. This resulted in public controversy, but the city of Montreal and Quebec’s environmental department stand behind this decision as the best option.

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Inuktun Sighting #10: The Culvert Caser

Inuktun Sighting #10: The Culvert Caser

Inuktun’s clients use our robots in all kinds of hazardous or confined spaces from nuclear reactors to pipelines to offshore platforms.

In other cases, such as our Versatrax 150™ pictured here, the culvert wasn’t overly confining, nor was it hazardous. It was just … icky. But the culvert still required an inspection with laser measurement of any corrosion detected, and we didn’t have an intern handy, so we deployed the VT150 into the slop.

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