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Hydro Cleansing are the leading provider of industrial and environmental services, throughout London & the South East, 24/7, 7 days a week, 52 weeks of the year.

Our capabilities are extremely broad and far reaching with our key specialisms including but not limited to:

Continuously developing and evolving since the inception of the business, we persistently push boundaries, remaining ahead of our competitors.

Constantly investing time and money in our fleet, equipment and team we offer an unrivalled service.

From simple one off jobs through to bespoke projects Hydro Cleansing continue to build on our reputation of delivering excellence within the industry.

To learn more about us visit www.hydro-cleansing.com or call us on 0808 256 5844

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Southwark St. SE1

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A number of photos taken at a job in Southwark St. SE1 last night (23rd August 2012). Includes photos of the team, Megatron & MegaCam

Beddington Sewage Works

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Hydro Cleansing have been aiding and assisting the local authorities since the incident occurred, taking preventative measures, aiming to minimise the impact this event may have on the surrounding environment…

These photos are of the incident last night, followed by the work Hydro Cleansing is currently undertaking:

And in case you haven’t seen it, here’s a press release published this morning about the incident from the London Fire Brigade:

 

Fire at Beddington sewage works

http://www.london-fire.gov.uk/LatestIncidentsContainer_21Aug12sg.asp

22 August 2012

Fifteen fire engines and around 75 firefighters were called to a fire in a single storey building at Beddington sewage works, near Croydon yesterday evening.

A large part of the building and its roof were damaged in the blaze and at the height of the fire a large plume of smoke  meant residents living nearby were being advised to keep their doors and windows shut. The smoke has now cleared and residents can open their doors and windows again.

The Brigade was called at 1834 and the fire was under control by 0434. Fire crews from Wallington, Croydon, Norbury, Wimbledon, Tooting, Sutton, Wallington, Mitcham, New Malden, West Norwood and Addington fire stations attended the incident. Two fire engines remain at the scene damping down the fire this morning. The cause of the fire is not known at this stage.

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