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Most of You Have Heard of a Fatberg, but What Is a ‘Concreteberg’?

The infamous fatbergs which have been found in sewers all over Britain are masses made up of congealed fat, grease, oil, wet wipes and nappies have an even more menacing cousin…the ‘concreteberg’.

CountyClean Group’s Top Tips to Prevent Blockages this Winter

It’s that time of year again – the days are short, it’s cold and there’s a higher risk of getting blocked drains. But have no fear, CountyClean Group is here to reduce your worries! In the following article we share our top tips on how to prevent blockages.
Drain Jetting

Winter Advice from CountyClean

Blocked drains can be an unsuspected problem for many homeowners and businesses at this time of year.  Build up of all manner of debris from leaves, twigs, and other rubbish coming into the drainage system from the ground can go onto meet other debris likely to cause blockages. 
Beach

English Beaches Set to Fail Bathing Water Quality Standards

Beaches in Blackpool, Ilfracombe, Hastings and Margate are among those set to fail new safety standards for bathing water quality in 2015 despite bathing water quality at public swimming spots being cleaner than ever last year.

Massive Sewage Spill

CCTV drain survey finds massive sewage spill. Imagine if your new home extension is the source of a consistent sewage spill into the environment, with your sewage, dishwater, washing machine water and washing water all being discharged into your local river. How is this possible?

Fighting the Biggest Fatberg Ever Discovered

With another giant fatberg found in a sewer below Oxford, BBC News were keen to get our thoughts on this increasing problem for the major water companies as they allocate huge sums from their budgets to tackle the problem.