Sewage and Grease Waste Tankering

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Sewage & Grease Waste Tankering Services

Septic tank emptying service

For all types of sewage pumping and removal, get in touch with Active Pump Services.

Does a sewage treatment plant need to be emptied?

Most sewage treatment plant manufacturers recommend that they are emptied annually, though some will need to be emptied more frequently. It is important to remember that the job of a sewage treatment plant is only to clean the water, and that there is still a build-up of solids, usually referred to as sludge, which will need to be removed.

How often should a septic tank be emptied?

It is hard to put a time limit on this, as it will depend on factors such as usage and the number of people living on the property. Tanks must be emptied when they are full, or almost full – and the amount of time it takes for a septic tank to become full will differ in each unique situation.

How do I know if my septic tank needs to be emptied?

If your septic tank is getting full there will be a few signs. You might find that there is an unpleasant smell or that your drains seem to be emptying more slowly. Perhaps there is also water pooling around the drainage area of your tank. When your tank is becoming too full, solid waste can clog the piping system and this forces liquid to the surface. If you think your septic tank might be full it’s important not to try and check this yourself as you could easily be overpowered by fumes. Instead, call Active Pump Services to inspect and empty the tank for you.

How can I get my sewage treatment plant or septic tank emptied?

Here at Active Pump Services we have a dedicated tanker and specialist pumping equipment, so we’re able to help with any type of sewage tankering job – whether that’s sewage treatment plant or septic tank emptying.

We can provide scheduled or one-off, professional sewage tankering and can also remove grease waste.

Grease trap emptying

Grease traps are a great way of ensuring grease doesn’t get into our sewers and cause major blockages. If a grease trap is not well maintained and emptied regularly it will cease to be effective.

How often should a grease trap be emptied?

It’s always useful to have a cleaning and emptying schedule for a grease trap to ensure it never gets to overflowing point. How often your grease trap needs to be emptied will depend on how much use it gets, but it will usually be around every one to three months.

It is important to remember that if your restaurant or business has an unexpectedly busy period, you may need to have your grease trap emptied sooner than you had planned. In fact, may busy restaurants will have their grease traps emptied every month.

How can I get my grease trap emptied?

As licensed waste disposal contractors Active Pump Services can empty and dispose of waste from your grease trap. Using our tanker and specialist equipment we can transport your waste to a licensed sewage treatment works to be disposed of in the correct way. 

 

With over fifty years’ combined experience, we can dispose of your effluent quickly and professionally with our sewage tankering service.

Contact

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Unit G17/18,
Rudford Industrial Estate,
Ford Arundel, West Sussex,
BN18 0BD

Why choose us

  • Covering everything from sales to servicing
  • Free site surveys
  • Domestic and commercial
  • Quick, efficient and reliable
  • CCTV inspection and drain clearing specialists
  • 7 day emergency breakdown
  • Rapid response in your area
  • Supplying top quality equipment from trusted manufacturers
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