As Site Waste division is the newest jewel in the Site Equip crown, we thought it was time you got to know this wet waste disposal and large tanker division a little better.
What is Site Waste in a few sentences?
From one-off, emergency or regular wet waste collection our team has the expertise to help. You’ll be safe in the knowledge that your waste will be collected by industry-leading professionals at cost-effective pricing.
What do we specialise in?
Site Waste specialises in the following:
- Cesspool emptying
- Liquid Waste Disposal
- Septic Tank Cleaning
- Portable Toilet Emptying
- Tanker Servicing
- Large Water Refills
- Waste Tank Emptying
- Toilet Trailer Cleaning and Replenishing
- Sewage Waste Disposal
- Effluent Removal
What’s the difference between cesspools, cesspits and septic tanks?
A cesspit is a pit into which all the household waste, including human waste, is piped and accumulates. Unless you are buying an extremely old property, the pit will likely be built from brick and sealed to prevent any leakage. Today, some cesspits are made from fibreglass, or brick built with a fibreglass lining.
A Cesspool requires emptying on a very frequent basis around every 45 days or so, depending on use or when it is almost full.
Cesspits and Septic Tanks
Cesspits and Septic Tanks are the same things, simply different names. Cesspits are the older name for a septic tank.
Septic tanks work by allowing waste to separate into three layers: solids, effluent and scum. The scum, composed of waste that’s lighter than water, floats on top. The middle layer of effluent exits the tank and travels through underground perforated pipes into the drainage field.
Where do you cover for wet waste collection?
We cover the South East of England. With three depots strategically placed in Hampshire, Bedfordshire and Kent, Site Waste is able to service cost-effectively at your site.
Can we empty our wet waste tank even if you didn’t hire it from us?
Of course, give us a call on 0800 371 994 or order online.
Can you empty wet waste at weekends?
Certainly, to arrange this you will need to call our Site Waste representative who will be able to go through everything regarding weekend wet waste removal.
Well, that sounds great. Who’s the best person to get in touch with about wet waste?
We are glad you think it sounds great, you can talk to our Site Waste representative by calling 0800 371 994 or fill out an enquiry form above.