Walsh Waste have the specialist equipment and personnel to carry out the cleaning, decontamination and removal of both hazardous and non-hazardous contaminants in drains, sewers, interceptors and lagoons
Before any cleaning, it is crucial to fully understand the job required. That’s why our teams will carry out a site survey, risk assessment, produce a method statement and analyse the waste to be removed. This ensures we have the equipment necessary to do the job in a way that is cost effective and environmentally friendly.
High performance vehicles and accessories from our specialist fleet can work at depths of up to 25 metres, via openings of just 100 millimetres, to remove large volumes of liquid waste quickly and efficiently.
Our water recycling units can operate as a conventional jetter unit together with the continuous recycling of water. This enables the unit to spend more time on the cleaning process before replenishing the jetting water.
If large volumes of waste are to be lifted from lagoons or interceptors, the waste can be processed on site using our mobile dewatering units or centrifuges. The filtrate can either be reused on site or disposed of to drain. This cuts disposal costs and returns impressive savings.
Over a period of time deterioration of drains and sewers can take place for many different reasons. By providing a CCTV survey, Walsh can quickly identify the reason for the problem and make recommendations on the best possible solution. See our CCTV section for more on this.