We operate a modern fleet of vacuum tankers which provide an efficient and cost effective service for the collection of a wide variety of hazardous and non-hazardous wastes, including:
- Contaminated water from interceptors, including vehicle and plant wash-down interceptors and effluent tanks
- Sewerage from domestic, commercial and industrial cess pits and septic tanks
- Leachate from landfills
- Spray booth liquids and sludges
- Flammable solvent based paints, resins and adhesives
- Rinse waters, spent solutions and effluent sludges from metal plating and treatment processes
- Pharmaceutical and pesticide contaminated liquids
- Garage and petrol station forecourt oil and water interceptors
- Grease traps from hotels, pubs, restaurants, caterers and canteens
- Food wastes from bakeries, food processing facilities and food factories, including cooking oils and macerated food sludges
- Alcohol and liquid wastes containing alcohol
- Road gullies needing emptying and cleaning
Our fleet of specialist vacuum tanker features capacities ranging from 12,500 litres (3,000 gallons) through to 27,000 litres (6,000 gallons), meaning that we’re capable of providing a cost effective service for smaller loads, whilst having the flexibility to collect larger volumes of liquid waste.
We keep up-to-date with the latest UK and European legislation and can provide advice on your legal requirements for the correct disposal of all hazardous and non-hazardous waste types.
All of our tanker drivers are fully ADR trained and licensed to carry dangerous goods by road. This enables us to collect and transport a range of hazardous wastes, such as caustic and flammable liquid wastes.
All our collections are certified CarbonNeutral®, so you can rest assured that every time we collect waste from you that we won’t impact on your carbon footprint.
To complement our tanker services, we also offer high-pressure water jetting. The high-pressure water jetting service allows us to collect liquid wastes with high solids content and to clean interceptors and effluent tanks.
When it comes to the treatment and disposal of your waste, we’ll also ensure that it is disposed of in the most compliant manner at fully licensed treatment facilities. For example, if you’re disposing of macerated food waste, cooking oils or alcohol, we’ll take your waste for treatment at one of a network of Anaerobic Digestion facilities. There, naturally occurring organisms break the waste down to produce biogas, which is then converted into renewable electricity and fed into the National Grid; in addition to producing fertiliser which is used for agriculture and land regeneration.