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Christmas holidays

Christmas holidays

Hydro Cleansing, the South East’s leading industrial and environmental services provider, will be fully operational for the entirety of the Christmas holidays.

With Mother Nature wreaking havoc and our wide range of services increasingly crucial to the public, commercial and domestic sectors, we are still open during this festive period.

So, no matter what the elements throw your way, rest assured that Hydro Cleansing, with its unrivaled fleet, state of the art equipment and highly experienced personnel, will be there for you 24/7.

Call us now on 0808 256 8074

Billboard Campaign

Our latest billboard campaign is up and running!

They are up until the end of May so keep an eye out around East & South East London (E14 & SE10).

Billboard Campaign

Billboard Campaign

The Untouchables

Bad day? Think you’ve got a bad job? Paid just £3.50 and a bottle of beer a day the sewer divers nicknamed ‘The Untouchables’ manually unclog the cities drains in Delhi, India.

Wearing just underwear, protective clothing is not provided for these guys who spend all day wallowing in the filthy water.

According to the head of the Delhi cleaner’s commission, Harnam Singh admits that around 70% of the sewer divers actually die on the job. It’s estimated that over 60 divers have died in the last 6 months.

The Untouchables       The Untouchables

Banned in the 90s and now an illegal practice, government organisations still employ hundreds of people to manually unblock and clean the cities drains.

Poverty still remains prevalent in India, one of the world’s fastest growing economies. It’s estimated that nearly 50% of children suffer from malnutrition and according to data from the United Nations nearly 40% of people live below the country’s poverty line, surviving on under £2 a day.

Unfortunately their sewer network doesn’t look likely to receive any further investments or upgrades in the near future, especially when India’s PM recently announced that they will be spending over £50 million on their space program.