In both construction, car parks and petrol station management, a petrol interceptor is required to manage hazardous hydrocarbon pollution created by spillages of fuel and oil and rainwater runoff. The technology is vital in preventing contamination of soaked ground and streams and is a legal requirement. The Environment Agency recommends this equipment is emptied and maintained on a 6 monthly basis for safe and effective removal of oily water and pollutants.
Failure to service and empty your interceptor can lead to overflow and leaks, which could result in your prosecution.
Call us today to arrange a free consultation and set up your regular interceptor emptying now.