Wet waste management is a galactic problem. Hydro Cleansing and Whale tankers haven’t yet found the limits of Terminator’s abilities so they’re considering sending him to Europa to deal with the waste water from the astounding 200km plumes of water.
Hydro Cleansing do have our attention focused on resolving the wet waste issues here on earth! As flooding is increasing here, vacuum tanker hire is essential. Galactic thinking is important for delivering effective management of the increasing environmental issues on earth but right here, right now, getting a vacuum tanker to clean your culvert and deliver you a well flowing sewer is the best practical impact we can make for you!
The vacuum tankers at Hydro Cleansing are the best! They are the most powerful! No other tankers deliver the full results. Our tankers provide unlimited waste removal. They support the most major construction works that build up the infrastructure of UK energy and drainage. Choosing a tanker hire from HYDRO CLEANSING means you’re hiring the full service. From your specific account manager to waste treatment and recycling; HYDRO CLEANSING are in control of your drainage issue.
Providing constant wet waste removal for offshore for drilling work to connect wind farms to the national grid to surveying and providing disposal for the super sewer in London. The power and level of Hydro Cleansing’s commitment to getting these epic jobs done runs throughout the company down to thoroughly jetting a blocked toilet clear.
One day we’ll have Terminator on a space ship taking samples from the jets of Europa, for now Hydro Cleansing vacuum tanker hire is clearing up Earth’s flood risks!
We’ve been doing incredible work on the M56! MEGATRON, our brilliant industry leading vacuum tanker, was on site to clear a 1000mm blocked culvert! The trash screen that was present was severely damaged and was removed for us to access the huge culvert. It ran underneath the M56, 6 lanes + hard shoulders through to a farmer’s field. The huge tunnel was approximately 8m off the M56 carriageway. This was no access issue for Megatron’s powerful suction and Hydro Cleansing’s hose. We used a cofferdam to halt the flow of water and allow the confined space team to access the blocked culvert.
6000 gallon bulk tanker removed the waste. Our fantastic confined space engineers cleared the huge culvert with extraordinary efficiency! You can’t beat our engineers for hard work and passion!
Over the past few years the silt had built up and blocked the inlet of the culvert this in turn meant that whenever it rained, it flooded the surrounding area/fields on the west bound carriageway. Hydro Cleansing cleared all the slit and debris from the blocked culvert and tipped slurry off site. The culvert is now free from debris and the stream free flowing. A new trash screen was installed.
Our tankers were up to some awesome team work yesterday!
Again we were out protecting our country’s motorways. The job was to clear a culvert of a build-up of embedded silt. The estimate was 30 tonnes of waste!
This was a large scale job involving a fantastic team and some of our flagship tankers. Our Super combination unit Rainmaker was there providing the hard core power for the operation. Our artic tanker which is nick named ‘Jack the giant slayer’ stored the waste that Rainmaker vacuumed. Another bulk tanker, our confined space team and a welfare unit made up the rest of the fleet.
Due to the nature of the waste, our team implemented a strategy of lowering the flow of water through the culvert to allow the confined space engineers into the space to shovel the shingle and silt into Rainmaker’s vacuum. They made a dam at the far end of the culvert and our combination unit was used to divert the remaining water flow from the culvert into a ditch beyond. It would naturally have flowed there from the culvert.
A 4” vacuum hose maintained the low water level allowing the confined space team access to the culvert. The larger 6” hose removed the large pieces of silt.
Our confined space engineers worked flat out to funnel the silt into the vacuum hose. You can see some of the silt is the size of golf balls. The vacuum hose sucked them away into our tankers.
Thankfully we have a welfare unit that we bring to these kinds of jobs. A warm kitchen, toilet and shower mean our engineers can have a short break on site and return to their work without much disruption. It saves driving covered in mud to the nearest greasy spoon for a cup of tea after shovelling mud for hours.
Good honest work was done! Preventative action against flooding was taken. Our work made the light at the end of the tunnel possible.