Bouncing up and down to your absolute favourite band is incredible until someone pees in the middle of the crowd because the toilets are more disgusting than the field of mud! Festival maintenance and cleaning are key to the fun not running out!
Festival toilets are unavoidable. From people having heart attacks to falling asleep to having sex in them, porta loos are frequently the saddest, oddest and most disgusting of places. Amid the joy and jubilation of festival time, the toilets require festival people to undergo a grim ordeal.
How can this be managed, contained and made as safe and acceptable as possible?
Maintenance, regular cleaning and quality service!
Hydro Cleansing have been managing wet waste for 16 years and are experts in removing and cleaning up wet waste. Jetting the porta loos, removing surface water, mud and emptying cess pits are epic festival maintenance tasks that Hydro Cleansing are more than happy to deal with for you!
Mucking about in wellies is another classic festival experience. For organisers making sure it’s safe for the wild things to play in is essential!
Have a flood plan in place! When it rains, drainage and flood response need to be considered. Removing the liquid mud prevents having fun in the muck from turning into a dangerous situation.
How do you avoid scaring the festival goers memories with wet waste management troubles?
Have a flood plan.
Have a comprehensive toilet facilities strategy.
Plan the clean up.
Then get someone else to do it! Get the experts to deal with it!
Wild parties need wild trucks! We’ll provide the wet waste maintenance.
As festival goers revel in Stevie Wonder’s set, we’ll keep the loos clean and safe to use.
Then you just sell the pulled pork pancakes and enjoy the party!
Terminator Leads Safety Standards at Hydro Cleansing
Our managing director is giving a talk at Brake Fleet Safety Conference on Thursday. We’re very proud that our new tanker Terminator has the highest safety specifications possible. This is an ethic that runs through the company. Risk assessments are made and recommendations followed from the kettle to the deepest pump station shaft. The whole team is responsible for ensuring that a culture of safety is maintained.
This builds a culture of respect and professionalism. Our experience and expertise develops with every job we do. Over 15 years as a company means our collective experience is awesome and constantly increasing.
Leading this culture of safety is our new flagship tanker, TERMINATOR. It’s safety specifications include: mirrors and 360 degree camera surveillance which is live fed to the driver; audible and illuminated “Beware vehicle turning, stay back” warning signs; and the fully enclosed body. The vehicle meets the Euro 6 emission standards. When on site it has incredible lighting to make working at night as safe as possible. It’s tanks and generator means that it can work where ever necessary. With these specifications it raises the expectations for safety and increases Hydro cleansing’s vigilant culture.
There is so much at stake in terms of safety, public health and the environment. We pride ourselves on being super heros of drainage. There isn’t anything we can’t handle!
We take Terminator II’s stance: We are here to protect you!
Terminator is the newest tanker developed for Hydro Cleansing’s fleet. This world class unit is designed to work on the largest of industrial projects. With a world leading spec including two awesome liquid ring pumps, state of the art recycling system, and extraordinary hydro demolition capability, this tanker will be one of the most powerful ever! The name TERMINATOR is deserved!
Terminator’s build has been an epic 2 year journey, full of highs, challenges and innovation.
The beast was commissioned by Steve Hoad and designed between himself and Whale Tankers, Kaiser, Tekelite, and Scania. It’s an international collaboration which has resulted in one of the most exciting HGVs ever produced. As it is an incredibly powerful vacuum tanker its capabilities are extraordinary. Mark Warmington, Managing Director of Whale Tankers, said: “This is the largest recycler we’ve ever built and the first vehicle to feature twin Kaiser 4000i vacuum pumps. The pumps can work both individually or together and there is a third pump which is a rotary vane exhauster that will provide pressure at 1 bar as well as additional vacuum.
Safety was a major priority for this vehicle. Terminator was designed to be one of the safest possible HGVs. As standards for HGV safety in London increase, HCL wanted TERMINATOR to be ahead of the curve. As panelled as possible, with 360 degree camera visibility, extensive lighting, warning signs and extra training for the engineers; Hydro Cleansing are leaders in HGV Health & Safety.
Finally our new tanker, Terminator is ready to be unleashed into the world! We can’t wait to get it stuck into epic jobs and change the face of European wet waste management. Rainmaker and Megatron have led the field and now Terminator will take things one step further.