IEHA Photo Gallery

IEHA photo gallery


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WW-0003174 viewsPhoto Date: 4-16-14
Photo Credit: Ginger Harrington, Hendricks County Health Department
Description: There was a blocked lateral at a mobile home park. Sewage is on the ground surface.
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WW-0004159 viewsPhoto Date: March 15, 2012
Photo Credit: Eric Kaufman
Description: Sanitary sewer overflow
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WW-0005189 viewsPhoto Date: 7/15/14
Photo Credit: Karl M Glaze
Description: This is a homemade role-away tank found connected to an unlawfully set up RV.
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WW-0006185 viewsPhoto Date: July 2, 2015
Photo Credit: Putnam County Health Department
Description: Dye coming from outlet pipe into pond.
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WW-0001150 viewsPhoto Date: 5/13/2002
Photo Credit: Jason Ravenscroft
Description: Sewage coming out of backed up manhole.
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WW-0002155 viewsPhoto Date: 5/30/2003
Photo Credit: Jason Ravenscroft
Description: Sewage coming from broken lateral at residential property.
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WW-0007a37 viewsPhoto Date: March 26, 2018
Photo Credit: Anna Doerflein
Description: Plastic tote used to collect sink and laundry water and pump to sewer.
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WW-0007b39 viewsPhoto Date: March 26, 2018
Photo Credit: Anna Doerflein
Description: Plastic tote used to collect sink and laundry water and pump to sewer.
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WW-000839 viewsPhoto Date: May 9, 2018
Photo Credit: Angie Brown
Description: Filter from a septic system that was 2 years old. Water softener was regenerating 4 times a day! Too much salt!
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WW-000936 viewsPhoto Date: 11-29-2017
Photo Credit: Alicia van Ee
Description: Green trace dye flush in the toilet and bathtub of a lake cottage. The test came back conclusive within 15 minutes.
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WW-001038 viewsPhoto Date: 6/2015
Photo Credit: Jennifer Heller
Description: What happens after a rain to a concrete tank that has not been filled with water prior

*2018 Photo Contest Winner for Wastewater Category
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WW-001136 viewsPhoto Date: 6/2015
Photo Credit: Jennifer Heller
Description: What you don't want to see on a final inspection of a septic installation...
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