Under the regulations laid out by the Environment Act, businesses are obliged to ensure that liquid waste is disposed of safely, with no danger to people or the environment.
Tankered waste is liquid waste that is unsuitable for discharge into the public sewer system, or liquid waste that is received by us from tankers that service areas without a connection to the public sewers. This might include waste from septic tanks, cesspools and chemical toilets, or other trade wastes or domestic waste.
This liquid waste disposal is for was unable to be treated on-site, so the industrial and commercial tankered waste is sent to facilities that are approved by the Environment Act such as Total Water Solutions who deal with hazardous waste safely and legally, while remaining focused on sustainability. These sites then process the removal of the liquid sewage.
Our tankered waste services teams have years of experience in ensuring that all tankered waste disposal is responsibly dealt with to the highest standards. All our industry-leading facilities, the two largest being at Howdon and Bran Sands, hold EA permits stating our tankering services can treat cess and septic waste, and do so responsibly and with exemplary eco-friendly credentials.
Our tankered waste treatment facilities at Howdon and Bran Sands are national leaders in sustainable practice and excellent service.
Bran Sands Treatment Facility
Conveniently located in Teesside, with easy access via the A19 and A66 to the facility, from across the region. Four separate off-loading points, an average on-site time of 45 minutes, and a “late load” service allowing drop-offs from 6.00am to 6.00pm Monday-Friday and 6.30am to 12.00 midday Saturday and Sunday by appointment only. Bran Sands delivers a convenient and efficient service for domestic, industrial and commercial waste. The plant does not run haulage.
Bran Sands has a dedicated off-loading bay for septic/cess and chemical toilet waste, with a convenient ID fob system to make deliveries as efficient as possible.
Howdon Treatment Facility
Our Howdon waste treatment facility is conveniently located in Tyneside, with easy access via the A19, from across the region. Howdon delivers an efficient tankered waste service for cess and septic waste. Open Monday to Friday 8.00am to 4.00pm, and closed on weekends and all Bank Holidays. The site uses four inch Bauer couplings and hauliers can connect direct to these. Offloading is supervised by Northumbrian Water operators. The plant does not run haulage.
Offering a dedicated off-loading bay for septic/cess and chemical toilet waste, with a convenient ID fob system to make deliveries as efficient as possible.