Staggering success for Great Britains’ Olympic team makes this Olympics the greatest! London 2012 had a massive impact on the country’s sporting culture, but Rio’s results are outstanding! From blue to green and back to blue the wet waste maintenance overcame their challenges too! Athletes came from nowhere to claim Gold medals, new stars shone with world records, set personal bests and won the most medals EVER!
GLORY FOR TEAM GB!
Adam Peaty, the women’s hockey team, Andy Murray, the Brownlee brothers, Mo Farah and Max Whitlock cement their stardom!
Rio 2016’s wet waste management team also overcame major challenges to succeed.
The now infamous green pool was saved from the algae and returned to a dazzling blue by the maintenance team.
The controversy of petrol station graffiti/drive by robbery with the US swimmers let the world know that not only was a petrol station in Rio De Janerio up to standard with its petrol interceptor, they also weren’t about to be walked over by the swimmers!
Dangerous sailing conditions were dealt with and the competitions went ahead. The kayaking course maintained its flow and meant an awesome GB win for Olympian Joseph Clarke!
Hydro Cleansing held our own as Megatron raced Usain Bolt with vacuum suction, confined space crews competed against the sailing teams for risk management and Mo Farah’s speed equalled our super combination units’ interceptor cleaning!
The necessity of preventing oil from entering our natural environment cannot be understated. It is a lethal substance which can cause awful harm when not managed.
Interceptors are a key to the way we control the impact that our oil waste has on the environment. They collect oil from carparks, garage forecourts, industrial estates and anywhere where oil is a part of waste produced.
Styles of interceptor vary. They are installed beneath the ground and drainage from the site goes through its multiple chambers. As the oil sits on the surface of the water waste, it filters them using a pipe that is positioned below the level of the oil and therefore lets the waste water through. As the levels can vary there are generally three chambers and some have filtration fabric that sieves remaining oil from the water, eventually allowing oil free waste water out into the sewer system. Any solids in the waste are suspended at the bottom of the tank. They need to be emptied on a regular basis as the waste accumulates. Some interceptors have an alarm on them which goes off when a chamber becomes full.
One of our exceptional units then takes that and any many other types of dangerous waste to specialist hazardous materials disposal sites.
The oil is then disposed of according to the law.
Let us know of hazardous waste issue you have and we will send our experts to assess it and resolve the issue for you. 0800 740 8888
With summer fast approaching now’s the time to schedule in those maintenance appointments you’ve been meaning to do since the start of the New Year…
Whether your require a CCTV drainage survey locating any potential blockages that may cause a nasty problem over the summer period or the hot wash of waste/bin areas with the use of Mega Heat, Hydro Cleansing are London’s finest.
Pump stations and interceptors should all be serviced regularly as well to ensure they don’t back up or overflow. This can be particularly unpleasant in the heat, experienced during the summer months.
Recognised for continuously investing in new innovative technology, our unrivalled fleet, impressive kit and outstanding customer care team, if you wish to learn more about the services we offer simply contact us by email, online or phone.