- Let down by your waste management company?
- Looking for a reliable, regular waste removal service?
- Specific waste clearance requirements for your industry?
Call ECS. We have experienced crews and five vacuum tankers, ready to remove wet waste from business and commercial premises in Hampshire, Wiltshire, West Sussex, Surrey and Dorset.
Our aim is to make any collection within 24 hours, so you can get on with your business without worrying about overflows or blockages that would disrupt your business.
Our services include:
- Removing almost any type of wet waste from your premises,
- Clearing restaurant grease traps,
- Emptying oil interceptors in car parks and vehicle wash down areas
- Removal of roadside gulley waste
Book your wet waste collection today:
- Call us on 01420 561 777 or 01489 896 903
When calling out of office hours, just leave your details on the answerphone. We also have an emergency out of hours contact number.
Wet waste services for commercial premises
We specialise in wet waste clearance for businesses not on mains drainage, providing both schedule and off-off services including:
Cesspool/cesspit emptying and inspections
Cesspits are still common in older, rural properties or historic locations. Cesspits are a sealed tank that allows waste from sewage to settle, whilst the excess water flows into a soakaway or similar. Our vacuum tanker crew will literally suck all the accumulated waste out of your cesspit, leaving it clear and ready for action. They will also conduct a brief visual inspection of the access, and advise you of any remedial work you might need. We recommend a cesspit is emptied every 6 months, especially if you have several employees on site.
Septic tank emptying
Septic tanks are the modern version of a cesspit. Often made of fibreglass and buried underground, the septic tank has two chambers to maximise the amount of waste solids that settle. As with cesspits, our vacuum tank crews will vacuum up accumulated waste matter quick, efficiently and with minimal disruption or odour. We recommend your septic tank should be emptied every 9-12 months, more if you have a larger workforce.
Sewage treatment plant maintenance
Independent sewage treatment plants seperate liquid from solid waste, and allow treated liquids to drain away. Unlike septic tanks, sewage treatment plants have moving, mechanical parts which require regular maintenance to keep them in prime working order. The system also needs the accumulated ‘sludge’ removed at regular intervals to keep the bio environment inside the system. At ECS, we offer regular, scheduled maintenance by qualified engineers as well as desludging (sludge removal).
Pump station maintenance
Pump stations actively pump any waste water to the main sewage system. These systems can cope with the peaks in usage, and many feature two pumps to ensure continued operation. Regular maintenance one or twice a year by our experienced, qualified pump station engineers will keep your pump station working, efficiently, effectively, and quietly.
Specialist waste removal services
We also dispose of and manage waste streams produced by animals at farms agricultural services), zoos, and slaughter houses. We also have extensive experience in clearing waste produces during dairy product.
Other specialist services
ECS can help with a whole range of waste services including:
- Large quantities of water for percolation tests
- Activated sludges for failing Sewage Treatment plants
- Drain inspections using CCTV
- ‘No-dig’ drain and pipe relining and patching
We fulfil every service we offer using our own experienced, trusted staff; we don’t subcontract. So you can be confident of the highest quality of workmanship, carried out with pride, by staff who work for us and nobody else.
Portable toilet emptying
Our tractor and vacuum tanker is available for weekend hire to companies within the portable toilet industry when larger four wheel drive, purpose built vehicles are required to empty portable toilets. This unit is available on a self-drive hire basis. Call us for further details.