January 2014
Cleaner;Jan2014, p50
Trade Publication
The article offers information on NCM Hydro Vac Services, a firm which provides services like hydroexcavation and cleaning of sewer lines and storm drains in Ottawa, Ontario and nearby regions. The firm was opened by businessman Kris Norris who is now its chief executive officer. It is facing competition from companies having many trucks.


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