January 13, 2021Regular fuel interceptor cleaning is essential in keeping your site running efficiently. It will help to avoid costly downtime from the consequences of pollution from surface water or drainage issues.
December 17, 20202020 may not have turned out how everybody thought it would, nevertheless it has still been a year filled with great excitement for CountyClean. Despite Covid-19 and two national lockdowns, CountyClean was able to pull through this extremely tough year due to the ongoing need for essential services.
November 2, 2020CountyClean realise the importance of businesses helping out where they can. Therefore, it gives us great pleasure to announce that we are offering domestic customers in East Sussex, West Sus...
October 15, 2020With autumn in full swing and the first wave of wet weather been and gone, we have put together a list of frequently asked questions about drainage and flooding.
September 10, 2020The Coronavirus pandemic has proved to be a testing time for everybody. Due to the ongoing need for essential environmental services, CountyClean were able and continue to carry on working. This has allowed us to continue the ongoing investment in our fleet.
August 14, 2020Sewage treatment plants are large investments which must be maintained correctly in order to maximise the lifespan of the plant and equipment. CountyClean are experts in the care and maintenance of sewage treatment plants and have compiled a list of important ‘do’s and don’ts’.
July 23, 2020At CountyClean we are proud to support Southern Water’s ‘Water for Life’ campaign. With the hospitality sector allowed to reopen, we wanted to share Southern Water’s maintenance tips to keep your business flowing!
July 9, 2020At CountyClean, we are experts in the installation, maintenance, servicing and repair of sewage pumping stations. If you are looking for further information on how these systems work...
June 18, 2020In the UK we are very lucky to have a fully-functioning and modern sewage system which means we do not have to give much thought about what happens to the sewage and wastewater we produce.
June 4, 2020Despite the UK taking the first steps to return to normality, staying at home as well as working from home are still being greatly encouraged to limit the spread of Covid-19 and a second wave. A person on average uses about 179 litres of water per day...