Smoke test helps detect non-compliant connections.
Non-toxic smoke is introduced downstream in the sanitary sewer system. By checking where the smoke comes out, we can establish if components of the storm water sewer are inadvertently connected to the sanitary sewer system.
The dye test also serves to detect non-compliant connections, but works a different way.
A dye is added to the water evacuated by one of the components suspected of being connected to the wrong system. Using a camera, it is possible to see where the water drains and therefore ensure that pipes are configured properly.
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Cooling tower of a thermal power plant
Post-flooding inspection of sanitary and storm water sewers