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Interceptor Emptying and Interceptor Cleaning

Our operatives are trained in the jetting procedure and have experience that spans more than a quarter of a centuryWe have procedures in place covering all aspects of Health & Safety, to tackle the job with speed and efficiency and safety.

Interceptor Emptying and Interceptor Cleaning

Though most people have never heard of them, interceptors are quite common drainage installations. They are often found in large retail parks where there are restaurants, or petrol station premises.


An Interceptor (as the name suggests), “intercept” to stop the likes of spilt petrol, oil or grease getting into and contaminating public drainage systems.


Because they are designed to trap something, there is waste water and oil that gets left behind and creates a build up over time. This is where Tardis comes


One of our jet vac tankers with integral jetting facility will come along and removes the residue to keep the interceptor operating efficiently.


How often do you need to clean an interceptor?


Interceptor cleaning may happen more often dependent on how much throughput of material the interceptor is coping with. Most common places with high use are restaurant facilities.

Commonly, if an interceptor hasn’t been cleaned and maintained for a long time, flooding can occur. Foul smells become potent and general drainage can be affected. If this occurs, it’s time to call the big yellow and green tanker to come jet cleanse your system leaving it in prime operating condition.

We have a variety of options and vehicles available. Depending on the type of problem, our versatile fleet of tankers is able to handle the job. A call to our friendly hire desk will help us establish your need and provide a solution. 0800 731 0589 is our free number.