We all know that sewage can cause vast disruption to your workplace or house. Sewage contain a variety of bacteria, parasites and other micro-organisms that are dangerous for the health of yours and your family.
Having sewage enter a property through any means can be terrible. We have a specialist team of professional and experienced sewage clean up experts available to help. I’m sure that we all know that sewage is dangerous and needs expert treatment and removal. Sewage contains millions of potentially harmful bacteria, micro-organisms and pathogens. It needs to be cleaned thoroughly and professionally.
Don’t be concerned, please call us on 0333 7720638 and we’ll be happy to help. Sewage cleaning specialists available when you need us.
Don’t worry; Emergency sewage cleaning specialists of Response Bio Clean can react at any type of short notice.
Sewage is the term used for wastewater that often contains faeces, urine and laundry waste. There are millions of people in the UK, so treating sewage is a massive priority. Sewage spills, leakage or overflow is a serious issue and needs to be dealt with promptly. Please call us on 0333 7720638 and we’ll be happy to help.
Within a household or commercial property, leaking or damaged sewers are usually the responsibility of the householder, sometimes the tenant and often the landlord. In general, it’s better to deal with sewage leaks promptly and figure out liability later rather than run the risk of serious illness or worse from sewage contamination. If you are a landlord and a tenant calls to report a sewage leak then you really should act immediately. Please call us on 0333 7720638.
Sewage spills contain contaminants that can cause very serious illness or disease. Disease causing agents in raw sewage include bacteria, fungi, parasites, and viruses which can and do cause serious illnesses including bacterial infections such as Tetanus, Hepatitis A, Leptospirosis, infections by Cryptosporidium & Giardia as well as gastrointestinal diseases.
There are two types of drainage or sewer systems in the UK. The foul sewer carries used wastewater to a sewage works for treatment and the surface water sewer which carries uncontaminated rainwater directly to a local river, stream or soak away. Only rainwater waste should be connected to a surface water sewer. All other waste water from sinks, baths, washing machines, dishwashers and the like should be connected to a foul sewer.
Whenever we are called upon to carry out a job then there are steps that we take in every case:
After carrying out our pre-work checks, the first thing that we do is to make certain that the leak is contained. This can involve evacuation of the building, closing down of areas, putting down booms or bunds to contain sewage and prevent further contamination, etc.
We will make certain that the area that we are going to work in has adequate ventilation so we may need to open doors or windows but each and every case is different and we will always work in the safest possible manner.
The leak or breakage in the sewer pipe needs to be fixed. We can take care of that for you or you might want to have someone else do that for you. In either case, the sewer cannot be used until the sewer system itself is made good and sealed back properly.
Depending on the amount of sewage waste involved, we will either remove by hand (buckets, spades and full PPE), etc but often we need to use specialist equipment such as pumps. When you call us and when we attend the site please provide as much information as possible to allow us to arrive fully equipped to deal with your particular situation.
The chemicals that we use are all effective for the political micro control of:
A/H1N1 swine, P.aeruginosa, E.coli, S.aureus, Enterococcus hirae, Bacillus subtilis, MRSA, C.difficile, Mycobaclerium, Tuberculosis, MRSA, Medical Waste Treatment Aspergillus niger, Listeria, Salmonella and Legionella pneumophila. Feline Calicivirus (Human Norovirus surrogate), Feline Coronavirus (SARA surrogate), enveloped and non-enveloped virus, HIV and C.difficile.
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