Sewage Restoration is a task that needs to be carried out as soon as possible after the event occured - whether it is overflowing drain or sewage entering your home or business in Longbenton-Killingworth as a consequence of an extreme weather event that has caused drains to overflow and raw sewage to be brought into your property along with the flood water.

Sewage Restoration Services

Raw sewage has many airborne and bacterial health risks that are just too numerous to ignore or not deal with properly. Household cleaning products & detergents are also extremely unlikely to be strong enough to kill the smell and health risks associated with raw sewage.

Health risks from the pathogens in sewage include but are not limited to:

  • Gram Negative Bacteria
  • Cryptosporiduim and Giardia
  • Tetanus
  • Hepatitis A

It it essential for your family or your business to get any sewage problem dealt with professionally, efficiently and quickly. Complete Environmental Services Sewage Restoration service leave properties in Longbenton-Killingworth, clean, safe and more importantly free of pathogens and bacteria.

Our disinfection procedures allow to not only meet, but to exceed the 2010 Biocide Product Directive standards against Avian flu, A/H1N1 Swine flu, MRSA, C.difficile, Listeria, Paeruginosa, E-coli, S.Aureas, Enterococcus hirea, Bacillus subtillis, Asperigilus niger, Salmonella, Legionella pneumophilia and many more.

All waste removed is handled in accordance with HSE requirements & disposed of via licenced operators.

For more details of the Sewage Restoration services we offer to customers in Longbenton-Killingworth, please visit our dedicated flood & sewage restoration website for further details.


Interesting Facts

Moulds range from tiny, single-celled organisms invisible to the naked eye to some of the largest living multicellular organisms. In Michigan for example, the underground portion of an individual Armillaria mushroom, a type of fungus, extends more than 30 acres.
The same amount of energy required to make 20 recycled cans is used to make one new one.
Common mould, or fungi, appears in our world as a fuzzy, cobweb-like growth over organic matter. Moulds reproduce by making spores, tiny, lightweight fragments that can become airborne.
On average every person in the UK throws away their own body weight in rubbish every seven weeks.
Mould needs water, oxygen and food to grow. It can grow almost anywhere there is water, high humidity or damp conditions.

As well as offering Sewage Restoration in Longbenton-Killingworth we also offer Sewage Restoration to the nearby areas of Gosforth, North Tyneside, Newcastle upon Tyne, Newcastle upon Tyne, Tyne and Wear, Wide Open, Wallsend, Backworth, Dudley, Gateshead, Gateshead, Hebburn, Seghill, Shiremoor, Felling, Jarrow, Seaton Delaval, Whickham, Cramlington,

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