August 2018

Eco Infrastructure Solutions’ sales team continues to grow, and  we welcomed two new employees to the team this month. Welcome to the team! In addition, Eco continues to stay busy with vacuuming and televising for both contractors and municipalities.


July 2018

Eco has acquired another jet/vac combo recycle unit. This expands our fleet to three combo units; all three are water recycling units. This recycle unit allows our operators to clean for longer periods without breaking the truck down to go fill up at a hydrant.  They reuse the water that is vacuumed up into the tank from the sewer.





June 2018

Eco Infrastructure Solutions would like to thank the City of Lebanon’s Storm Water Department for  the purchase of a VL 350 Ring-O-Matic vac trailer. Eco delivered this unit on May 24th. In addition, Eco will also be performing some storm sewer cleaning and camera work for the storm water department later this year.




May 2018

May is upon us already, and you know what that means: May flowers, vegetable gardens and the Indy 500 race. As we enter this season, Eco is going to stay especially busy! Eco has a fairly good back log of work, especially on the pipe lining point repair pipe patch division. Currently, we have approximately 40 liners to install in different sizes ranging from 4″ to 30″. And they are scattered all over the area; we have liners in Westfield, Greencastle, Brownsburg and Purdue University. Hopefully the weather will decide to cooperate!




April 2018

This past winter had its ups and downs with the weather and ground conditions. Eco managed to maintain a good work load despite the conditions. A big “thank you” to all of our dedicated workers!

Winter also brought several trade shows, including the WWETT show, that kept our sales team busy in both Indiana and Illinois. In addition to the trade shows, the sales team has been busy showing equipment demos and generating quotes for existing and potential customers.

Eco recently sold one of its vac trucks to a company located in California. So now Eco is ordering two new trucks, hoping to have one of them by June!


November 2017

Municipalities and some contractors, historically, do most of their equipment buying in the first or last quarter of the year.  This year seems to be following that trend as our sales team has been busy doing equipment demos. So far this quarter, Covington has ordered camera equipment, Rensselaer is upgrading their existing camera system, and Haynes International has placed an order for a head set system. Eco Infrastructure Solutions is also in the negotiation process with a contractor on a Camel Recycle combo vac/jet truck.


October 2017

Eco Infrastructure Solutions recently sold a Camel Combo Vac Truck. This truck was Eco’s first camel truck we purchased. For the first year it was Eco’s Demo truck and then added to the service side and used as a rental. Now it is heading to Utah. Eco would like to thank Kotter  for their business!

September 2017

It seems that the product sales side of Eco Infrastructure Solutions is picking up some as contractors and municipalities are asking for demos on equipment. The sales team has been running around the state demoing our product line. Eco also has a Super Products Camel Recycle demo truck and an RST Pipeline Inspection Truck that is scheduled for several demos. In addition, the sales team has been pulling around the Ring-O-Matic vac trailers and Sonetics hand-free communication equipment doing demos for several contractors and municipalities.

Eco would like to thank Clear Creek Conservancy for purchasing a Private Eye Camera system and Purdue University for upgrading their TV truck software. Thank you for your business.


August 2017

The workload for Eco Infrastructure Solutions this year has been very steady. With summer zooming by and fall fast approaching, Eco is likely going to get hit hard with all the subdivision work finishing up from a rainy spring. In order to help with the heavy workload, Eco has added more people to the team!



July 2017

Past spring rains have put Eco Infrastructure Solutions behind on the subdivision work, just as they have the site contractors. On the other hand, it has created work in other areas; we have seen a rise in municipalities. Eco has been performing work for Montgomery County, Hendricks County, Town of Danville, H&H Construction and a host of other entities that have experienced flooding due to the torrential downpours. Despite the rain, it does appear that Eco is going to have another good season.