As with our previous post on hiring a portable toilet, there are also many questions to be asked when selecting the right tanker for waste removal!
Tardis operate a comprehensive fleet of vacuum tankers enabling us to service a broad range of wet waste removal requirements.
At Tardis, we like to know as much information as possible beforehand ensuring that waste removal can be completed efficiently with minimal disruption to your site, saving time for all those involved.
When initially assessing a location for a job – there are a few points to be considered.
Firstly, we would ask the description of the pit to be emptied and the location, taking time to consider if there is sufficient access for the vacuum tanker. It is important that there are no obstructions, including height restrictions such as overhead power lines.
Our range of smaller vacuum tankers allows us to service domestic properties with tight access, and our larger tankers enable us to remove waste in large volumes from larger sites.
You will also need to consider where the tanker can park in relation to the pit that is being emptied, what will the distance be? What is the depth of the pit? Our tankers carry at least 40 metres of hose, and can carry 100metres on request. All of these questions will enable us to select the right tanker.
The next point to be considered is what is waste is in the pit. Waste removal can include sewage, silt, oil and water etc. By letting us know what is in the pit to be emptied, we can send the right vacuum tanker. Let us know if it is hazardous waste disposal that you require.
The type of manhole cover over the pit should also be mentioned. Is the cover liftable by one person or will assistance be required?
Other questions we may ask include:
- Is a pressure washer required?
- Is confined space entry recommended to aid the removal of debris?
- Is any breathing apparatus required for confined space entry?
The full site tanker survey can be viewed by clicking the link below.
We offer a wide range of waste removal services including septic tank emptying, cesspool emptying, manhole emptying, oil and water removal and more. For full details on our vacuum tanker fleet visit our website.
Don’t forget we also have a fleet of tankers for clean water and potable drinking water.
Remember, we are a 24/7/365 operation so if your caught out – give us a call.