ValveTek provides an alternative to conventional hydrant flushing that will prepare your water utility for the future of water system maintenance management. As one of the only Authorized Service Contractors for NO-DES Technology in the country, ValveTek can perform specialized NO-DES water flushing services for municipal utilities, military bases, and industrial applications.
ValveTek is proud to be a member of the American Water Works Association (AWWA) and to be a dedicated leader in Maintaining America's Infrastructure™ since 1949. ValveTek covers an array of Asset Management Services for water utility companies across the country and has been a consistent and reliable source for the water industry to come to for contracting work.
ValveTek has been servicing the water utility industry for over 60 years and is a recognizable leader in multi-year assessment and maintenance programs for water distribution systems across the country. Our contract operations provide water utility companies with reliable work and accurate data for every asset we assess.
We’re a full asset maintenance company and our services range from hydrant and valve operations, GPS/GIS and map building, meter pit installs and repairs, water main flushing, and an array of administrative and reporting needs.
In addition to being a full water system asset maintenance utility contractor, ValveTek also offers Nationwide Contract Operations for NO-DES Water Main Flushing Services. NO-DES is an advanced water main flushing practice that utilizes a mobile filtration system to flush and filter water mains clean without discharging any water to waste during operations. NO-DES Flushing is a daily operation worked by specially trained and certified ValveTek employees and is used to increase drinking water quality, conserve water on a municipal operational level, and to routinely flush water main lines in order to maintain the integrity of a water system infrastructure.
Understanding the layers of harm a drought imposes on restricted water systems, and how it affects public drinking water quality and overall health of city residents.
Soquel Creek utilizes NO-DES flushing methods to clean and maintain dead ends in their water distribution system.
The Neutral Output Discharge Elimination Systems typically pay for themselves in water savings in about two and a half years
Brief story on a interviews conducted at a NO-DES live-demo performed by ValveTek in California.
Yountville Water administrators decide to bring in innovative new flushing contractors, ValveTek Utility Services, amid historic drought and dry season, CA