Regular interceptor emptying and cleaning is an important part of keeping your site running efficiently as well as avoiding costly downtime from the consequences of pollution from surface water or drainage problems.
In the event of any spillages or overflows, we can also provide a 24/7 emergency call-out service, call us on 0800 171 2204 or 01323 741818 to talk to one of our team who will be able to provide support and advice for interceptor emptying.
Interceptor tanks will usually be found at sites where vehicles may leak fuel and oil onto the ground including; fire stations, supermarkets, garage forecourts, car parks, car wash bays, bus depots and industrial yards where vehicle washing takes place.
Interceptors (also known as oil, grease and water traps or separators) are fitted to your drainage system with the purpose of separating wastewater from oil, silt, dirt and any other harmful contaminants to prevent pollution to the local watercourse. The separated waste is then retained in a chamber of the interceptor tank for collection.
Unless you arrange for regular interceptor emptying, over-time the run-off from vehicle washing and cleaning activities will allow contaminants to build up.
How can We Help?
At The CountyClean Group we can plan a bespoke and regular interceptor emptying and maintenance programme to work around you.
Our experienced and fully qualified operators will use powerful vacuum tankers to remove the oily water and clear your interceptors, we are also able to carry out maintenance by replacing old interceptor filters.
Additional Services for Interceptor Emptying
To make sure that you get the best results from your interceptor emptying, we have a range of services available that can help prolong the life and efficiency of your interceptor.
We operate in London and across the South, bringing you quality service, reliability and a dedication to providing the best value for separator and interceptor emptying. For a free quote or consultation to get your oily water interceptor emptied, contact us today.