How To Find Great Dunedin Drainlayers

Dunedin is a large city, and like all large cities has a significant drainage network and a high degree of focus on quality drainage from the houses and commercial buildings in the city. There are quite a lot of drain laying companies in Dunedin, and the smart way for a homeowner or commercial building owner to locate a good drainlayer is to type in drainlayers Dunedin into Google search.

The drainlaying industry is reasonably heavily legislated, because safety and public health is extremely important in the community, and the drainlayers job is to make sure that the public health is protected and any work they do is done safely. When the homeowner is looking for a drain layer they should simply make sure that the drainlayer is fully qualified and if they are any doubt they should ask for references from prior customers.

The Dunedin terrain there’s two main features that add a degree of complexity for drainlaying work. Firstly a lot of the city is on steep hills, and this can create interesting problems around exposed sewer pipes down the side of banks, broken sewer pipes during land slippage after a large storm for example, and a pressurised sewerage system at the bottom of the hill. The same problems also exist for stormwater systems, and sometimes specialist knowledge as required by the drainlayer to work on these systems.

Another feature for Dunedin drainlayers that can complicate things is the very low level of land in the south Dunedin area. This not only causes flooding during rain storms, but the water table is also very shallow and rises and falls with the daily tides. All good Dunedin drainlayers will understand how this works in south Dunedin and will know how to work around it. For example they may need to work very quickly during the low tide to get a section of drain completely excavated and then to lay the new chain and backfill it. They will also understand that the backfilling has to allow for the fact that the drain will become buoyant at high tide.

One other problem in South Dunedin during and after rain storms is that the storm water system can overflow into the sewerage system simply because of the way these systems were constructed many decades ago. The stormwater system unfortunately empties into the harbour, and after every rainstorms sometimes sewerage can also find it’s way into the hardware as well. This can also cause a problem for other operators who may have underground plant and manholes for example that use the stormwater system for drainage, as sewerage can make it’s way into these manholes during and after a heavy rain storm. Such is the challenge of being a drainlayer in Dunedin.

Transport As A Service (TAAS) and Why Its So AWESOME

Transport as a service will take the world by storm over the next few years, simply because it will enable anybody to travel efficiently and safely in any City initially and to any destination eventually for a cost that is significantly less than any current alternatives including only ones own vehicle.

This will have a massive impact on economies, as it will remove a vast amount of cost out of the economy and put it back in the pockets of the citizens, but it will also remove a significant number of jobs from the workforce. Any worker in the transport industry or internal combustion engine related repair and maintenance industry can be expected to being extremely disrupted, simply because drivers will not be required, and because the electric vehicles that will be dominating the roads require only a fraction of a maintenance of an internal combustion engine vehicle.

Countries and economies will have to find a way quickly to deal with any outfall from this massive  disruption to the workforce, but on the other hand countries and economies will see a massive improvement due to the  the immediate big drop in the cost of Transport. Expert analysis shows clearly that the benefit will clearly outweigh any disadvantage by nearly an order of magnitude, and it can be assumed that transport as a service is inevitable and will happen very quickly.

There will be a transition period when autonomous taxis share the roads with human driven vehicles, but this period  will last a shorter time than most people think. The reason for this who’s that the autonomous taxi business will be initially incredibly profitable, simply because the competition is so expensive by necessity. The first provider of autonomous taxi services in any market will dominate very quickly, and will become very cash rich in a very short period of time which they will be able to leverage disc expand quickly into other markets. This race is basically life and death for those in the competition, and the first to market, if they manufacture their own vehicles, will have unbounded cash reserves to expand and multiply their manufacturing capability exponentially.

The first mover advantage in this market  is so enormous that once investors wake up to the opportunity they will make as much cash available as is necessary 4 the first to market provider to get established and scale up. For consumers this simply means that services will still up at an unbelievable rate, and it is quite conceivable that in New Zealand for example who Services could expand to cover all the major centres with them 12 to 18 months.