Kent Septic Tank Services
First Call Drainage UK's local tankers can be called upon for the clearing of non-hazardous waste (i.e. sewage waste) usually on commercial or industrial premises across Kent and beyond. Every single tanker that we provide is built in accordance with Statutory Instruments 2000 N0 128 and the Pressure Equipment Directive (PED).
Our tankers can be called on for emptying all kinds of septic tanks, soakaways, and waste from cesspools. We have vacuum tankers of differing sizes, from small tankers to the largest of capacity tankers, all of which are designed to manoeuvre and operate with their industrial vacuum hoses in the most confined of spaces.
Just give us a call, and one of our local engineers will be with you wherever you are in Kent, equipped to resolve any issues there and then. Using professional equipment and over 25 years of experience, First Call Drainage UK will get the job done.
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How we can help
Firstly, arrange a callout with our professionals who will come to wherever in Kent you require their services.
Our drivers are all highly experienced and will empty your sewage tank with minimal interruption to your day – you don’t even need to be at home in Kent when we come.
Our experienced and friendly drivers take pride in completing the job safely and without disruption to your Kent property, garden, and surroundings.
Once we’ve emptied your septic tank, cesspit, or sewage treatment plant, we transport the waste to a licensed treatment facility. Our team of sewage experts is always working on innovative solutions, which keep the environment in mind.
What are the common causes for using septic tank services?
A change in ground conditions, a faulty baffle or dip pipe, tree or plant root damage and the age of the system are leading faults of septic tanks. The ground around your property in Kent may become more saturated, the water level could rise or fall and the ground around your tank can shift.
How can you avoid needing septic tank services in the future?
• Make your property more water-efficient
• Learn what you can and can’t pour down your drains
• Carry out regular inspections
• Protect your drain field
• Have your tank pumped