Interceptor and Road Gulley Emptying, Inspection & Maintenance
Interceptors trap a number of contaminants and prevent them from entering drainage systems. They are essential in protecting the environment by preventing pollution from oil, silt and other miscellaneous contaminants which could have costly environmental consequences. It is also essential that interceptor tanks are installed correctly and are regularly serviced and maintained.
Road gullies work alongside interceptors and they are designed to handle surface water and to retain debris, usually leaves and silt, to prevent them entering the drainage system and causing pipe blockages and flooding.
Interceptors and road gulleys need to be regularly emptied to prevent any environmental impact. With the risk of flooding increasing year on year and record levels of rain fall in certain areas, the need for emptying road gullies and interceptors has become even more significant and relevant. Most of our customers take advantage of our scheduled emptying service and the frequency of this depends on a number of factors:
- The volume;
- The type of waste;
- The type of system;
- Where the system is situated.
Dependent on the size of and access to system we have a range of vacuum tankers including:
- 800 gallons to 6,000 gallons
- All terrain vehicles if tank is situated off track
- Super-suction tankers for steep gradient emptying
to meet these needs and, based on our extensive knowledge and experience, we will provide you with the best solution.