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I guess it depends on what you mean by certificate. There are likely some "Home Inspection" franchises that offer a certificate as a promotion gimmick for their guys. There are also some Cities where you can be "certified" to inspect laterals for inspection programs. However, I do not know of a State sanctioned "Certificate Program".
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theres a certification called PACP (Pipeline assessment certification program) and another but I don't recall the name. They are to standardize the way inspections are reported so engineers have a better understanding of whats being reported. These programs are used for inspections of city mains but I don't know why they couldn't be used in residential other then the high cost of the programs/software (probably much more then the cost of a push camera)
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