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What is Non-Destructive Digging when Locating Underground UtilitiesĀ 

Non-destructive digging (NDD) is a process used to locate underground utilities without causing any damage. It involves specialised equipment, which creates a slurry mixture of water and air that loosens the soil. NDD has proven to be an effective alternative to traditional digging methods, reducing the risk of damage to utilities and the surrounding area. Learn about the process, types, benefits, and applications of NDD for excavation projects, including safety measures.

The Best Utility Locating MethodĀ 

GEoscope Utility Locators in Sydney locating underground utilities using the best method

If you’re involved in underground infrastructure projects, utility locating is crucial for safety and preventing damage. This article covers the most common utility locating methods, including Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR), Electromagnetic Induction, Inductive Ring Clamp, Direct Connect, Passive Detection, and Non-destructive Digging. Learn about their pros and cons, as well as the challenges of utility locating, and find out which method is the best for your project.