Vaccum Tanker/Sludge Removal

Commercial & industrial sewage collections

We offer an expert septic tank, cesspit and treatment plant emptying service to businesses nationwide. Companies across the country trust us to keep their sewage systems in perfect working order. If your business relies on a septic tank, cesspit or treatment plant rather than mains drainage, you’ll know that it needs to be emptied regularly to keep it working properly.

The frequency with which you’ll need to empty your sewage system depends on the size and type of your tank and the number visitors and employees you tend to have at your site. British Water recommend that commercial sewage systems are emptied at least quarterly, but you may find that more regular collections are required. Many of our customers are situated in rural or remote areas of the country and include hotels, pubs, caravan parks, holiday homes and leisure centres.

WASTEWATER, SLUDGE AND EFFLUENT TANKERS
Given the diversity of our fleet we are able to provide vehicles to carry out any job you need done.The vehicles have a mix of vacuum and liquid ring suction so that every job is allocated the right machine to load the waste liquid or sludge.

Enviro-Clean operate a fleet of 18 tankers: 12 artic units with capacity to hold 6000 gallons(33m3) and 6 rigid tankers from 2000 – 4000 gallons(9 – 18m3). The waste tankers are used to transport sludge’s, septic tank waste and other waste liquids.

What type of liquids and sludge’s can you carry?
Anything other than hazardous liquids, such as fuels, acids, solvents and toxic waste. This work is contracted to our specialist haz-waste supplier who are experts in their field in carrying out this type of work.

Apart from the above waste streams, all non-haz industrial waste water effluents, process sludge’s, septic tank waste, sewage treatment plant effluent, waste food, digestate, Animal By Product (ABP) waste, drilling muds, lagoon sludge’s, etc.

To be 100% accurate just call us and provide the European Waste Code for the material you need to move and we can give you an instant answer.


How much do your tankers cost ?
That depends on the waste stream and the volume you need to be removed. However, it need not be expensive and we think clever when it comes to your waste disposal. We have excellent connections throughout the UK in the treatment and disposal of waste water and sludge’s, such as drying certain waste water sludge’s and applying them to agricultural and forestry land where permitted.

Larkins tankering services are suitable for all types of removal of liquid, liquid sludge, industrial, water utility and domestic waste. Our large and varied fleet of vacuum tanker units range in capacity from 9,000 to 30,000 litres.

We work hard to service your tanker requirements in the most cost effective manner.
With tracked measured loads and bespoke reporting systems, we provide customers with real-time visibility of on-going work plus comprehensive records of completed movements in full compliance with environmental legislation. In addition, our sophisticated job management tools analyse and reduce operational costs.
Our tanker fleet includes vacuum tankers, jetting and vacuum combination units, 7.5 tonne mini-combination units, deep lifting super suction tankers (SSTs).

Larkins expertise and experience in all aspects of tankering services includes:

  • Cleaning and removing waste from sewers, culverts, gullies and interceptors;
  • Bulk transfer of liquid sludge from local wastewater treatment sites to sludge treatment centres;
  • Removal and disposal of leachate from regional landfill sites;
  • Emptying lagoons (at water treatment sites), ponds, lakes and reed beds;
  • Emergency tankering at pumping stations to prevent flooding and pollution;
  • Flood water and spillage removal


Super Sucker Units:

  • Air lift suction capability to depths of 100 metres
  • Horizontal suction pull up to 1000 metres
  • Hydraulic boom arm for deep lifting
  • Moveable centre plate to allow variable capacity for jet cleaning water and drawn waste
  • 150mm diameter inlet and outlet valves
  • Tipping tank to ease the disposal of solids
  • Up to 90 gallons per minute at 3000 psi jetting capacity
  • 200 metres of 37 mm diameter jetting hose
  • 50 metres of 12 mm diameter side hose
  • 40 metres of 100 mm diameter suction pipe
  • 10 metres of 150mm diameter suction pipe
  • Operated by 2 LGV drivers (min 5 years’ experience), NRSWA certified and trained for CP2 confined space entry