Hydro Cleansing Ltd
As well as our 24 Hour helpline taking calls to the max this week due to the inclement rain and unprecedented floods in the south, these before and after photo’s show its impact was inescapable everywhere.
Our Teams were in Ashford, Kent on Monday, 10 February. This Subway involved emptying then cleaning with one of our super combi’s of all the 80,000 litres.
The confined space and cctv teams were also required to survey the subway drainage in the associated area.
Team Hydro Cleansing to the rescue as Britain is battered by the worst tidal surge in 60 years.
Parts of Kent are braced for more potential flooding this afternoon following the worst tidal surge to hit the county in decades.
About 40 homes – in Faversham, Sandwich and Strood – were submerged when water broke through defences in the early hours, leaving hundreds of people evacuated.
Five of the most severe flood warnings – meaning a possible danger to life – remain in place ahead of a high tide this afternoon that could spark more flooding
This morning Hydro Cleansing Limited held a very successful HGV Cycle Awareness training session for all drivers, operational staff and Directors.
The session was delivered at 7am by Sergeant Simon Castle from the Metropolitan Police ‘Exchanging Places’ scheme at their premises HCL
House, Beddington Farm Road, Croydon. In attendance were Chris Snelling (head of Urban Logistic and Regional Policy) from the Freight Transport Association, Jack Semple from the Road Haulage Association and Tom Brake (MP).
Hydro Cleansing are supporting over the next 3 days, three Exchanging Places’ scheme sessions by lending to the MET Police several of their HGV Vehicles. This reinforces Hydro Cleansing’s policy of taking cyclists in London safety very seriously following death of 6 cyclists in 13 days.