Welcome to ISC Services
ISC Services supplies a range of specialty products to councils, water authorities and contractors for both new constructions and existing structures to help you cost effectively and safely build, repair and maintain sewer maintenance holes, pump stations, pits and pipes.
ISC Services is dedicated to helping water & wastewater authorities improve safety, protect their sewerage, potable and stormwater networks cost effectively, reduce unnecessary operational and capital expenses and to maximise the operational life and return on investment of their assets.
ISC Services management and staff are committed to quality, customer service and continuous improvement in the products & services we provide to our clients.
ISC Services is certified to ISO 9001:2015 Quality Management Systems.
About ISC Services
Operating since January 2002, ISC Services has worked closely with a wide range of councils and water authorities across Australia providing inflow and infiltration studies, conducting inspections at hundreds of maintenance holes, pump stations and sewage treatment plant inlet structures and helping customers minimise asset degradation and reduce operational and whole of life asset costs.
In 2016 ISC Services commenced offering a range of specialised products and systems to allow customers to reduce I&I as well as improving safety and efficiency for personnel involved in repairing and raising maintenance holes, pump stations, pits and pipes.
The systems offered by ISC Services are high quality, well established and proven in the US and Canada from leading manufacturers including Sealing Systems Inc., Cretex Specialty Products and HydraTech with independent testing and long term case studies available.
With our well-established range of simple to use infiltration control solutions, ISC Services can help customers prevent the development of infiltration problems in new precast concrete structures as well as providing solutions to repair existing assets cost effectively.
These solutions provide an excellent return on investment, allowing customers to regain capacity and control of their networks during rain events, reduce overflows and delay unnecessary capital works that are often planned to help cope with unwanted water.