Hydro Cleansing are the UK's experts for environmental and waste management services, providing solutions for both commercial businesses and domestic customers throughout the UK. We provide the highest levels of professionalism and care whilst delivering the best cleaning & vacuum removal solutions for councils, contractors, and homeowners. We maintain a 24/7 operational business, enabling customers to have access to all our services at all times.
We understand the importance of maintaining a safe and clean environment, which is why we provide the highest levels of professionalism and care while delivering the best cleaning and vacuum removal solutions for councils, contractors, and homeowners. Our expert team is well-equipped to handle all types of surface water removal services, including flood response and liquid waste removal using our state-of-the-art vacuum tankers. Whether you are dealing with a small spill or a large-scale flood, we have the tools and expertise to handle the situation quickly and efficiently.
Surface water flooding can be incredibly hazardous, especially on local residential streets and roads leading into highway surface drain, rivers or surface water sewers, often as a result of water passing over flooded gullies collecting leaves, litter and other debris that may contaminate the stormwater and sewerage. Surface water can also cause aquaplaning – when water collects in front of your tyres faster than the weight of your car can displace it. This forces water below the tyre, settling between it and the road, in many cases resulting in a drivers loss of control.
Surface removal -Hydro Cleansing’s surface water removal services are available to respond to floods and emergencies 24/7, whether caused by sewer and drainage systems failure or a period of heavy rain. Drain interceptors - We use drain interceptors to trap contaminants and prevent them from entering the storm sewers. Our use of drain interceptors is crucial for businesses, which can face clean-up costs if found responsible for causing pollution to watercourses. This way we reduce environmental harm and support local businesses in reducing maintenance cost and penalty fees. Regular Maintenance - We ensure our water interceptors are put through rigorous regular cleaning and maintenance protocols in line with government and manufacturer recommendations. As well as maintenance programmes, we remove all contaminants and clear blockages to efficiently clean and repair current systems that may be overloaded with debris and/or oils.
Aquaplaning happens when water builds up in front of your tyres faster than the weight of your vehicle is able to displace it. The result is that the water pressure pushes under the tyre, creating a thin layer of water between the rubber and the road surface. You’re most likely to aquaplane when driving through puddles or standing water. It’s not always easy to see how deep a puddle is so always reduce speed if there has been a lot of rainfall. Puddles tend to form at the side of the road, along the pavement edge. So, if it’s been raining, move your car towards the centre of the road or lane. Drive in the tyre tracks left by the cars in front of you. Their tyres will already have displaced a lot of the surface water before yours have to.