Emergency sewage clean-up, decontamination & drying services across the UK 24/7 for the commercial, residential & industrial sectors.
Our total sewage clean-up service offers full remediation of the affected area with specialist cleaning, decontamination, odour removal and specialist drying to reduce the risk of infection and keep the space safe and ready for use.
By following strict Health & Safety protocols, our qualified technicians are able to totally remove raw sewage in any area using state-of-the-art equipment and ‘6 log kill disinfectants’.
We provide sewage cleaning to commercial, retail, healthcare and industrial sectors in addition to the public sectors such as prison services and local authorities across the UK.
Total sewage clean-up service
Our complete disinfection service will remove all traces of infectious substances with 100% efficacy while ensuring the area is dry and odour free. Our cleaning service includes:
- Deep cleaning
- 100% Disinfection
- Odour removal
- Specialist drying
- â€‹Mould remediation
Specialist cleaning methods
Our technicians use state-of-the-art technology to kill all pathogens using the following:
- Rigorous fogging technology
Can reach even small, hard-to-reach areas.
- Super effective log-7 kill sanitiser
Precision disinfectant that kills pathogens fast, including COVID-19.
- HEPA air scrubber
Kills all airborne microorganisms to remove odours.
Working for multi-national, national and independent companies, governmental and non-governmental organisations, our experience spans agencies, commercial, emergency services, education, factories, food, film and TV, healthcare, hospitality, industrial, leisure, local authorities, manufacturing, property & retail.
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Frequently asked questions
What should I do if a property is flooded with sewage?
If you identify a property or room that has been flooded with sewage, you should immediately turn off the main water supply to the property and call us on 0800 389 7819, providing us with details of the spill size. We’ll then ask you a few questions in order to let you know the next steps and provide a free no obligation quote.
What causes a sewage backup?
Sewage back-ups usually occur when wastewater cannot flow away from your home or business quickly enough to overcome heavy rain or septic tanks.
What causes a sewage leak?
Most sewers transmit wastewater from properties and surface water from roads and other impervious surfaces. Heavy rain can overload the sewer, as can blockages from items such as rags, leaves and grease and even tree roots. Any of these blockages can overwhelm the system leading to sewerage escaping from manholes and other points in the network.
What are the different types of sewage?
There are two types of sewage: black water and greywater. Black water is wastewater that contains faecal matter and urine. Gray water is wastewater from sinks, washing machines, dishwashers, showers that does not contain faecal matter or urine, but may contain grease, detergents and food particles
Can sewage damage my property?
Yes, sewage can cause lasting structural damage if left untreated. It can also contaminate groundwater if not cleaned up properly.
Can't I just hire the equipment and do it myself?
No, you should never try to clean up sewage yourself. Sewage is a biohazard that can contain hepatitis A, salmonellosis, cryptosporidiosis and E. coli 0157:H7 bacteria. Sewage can also contain viruses such as rotavirus and norovirus, which is often found in the stomachs of infected humans and animals.
Why is sewage hazardous?
Sewage is hazardous because it usually contains raw human waste, which can contain harmful viruses, bacteria and parasites. If sewage enters your property or land, it can cause serious health problems, including nausea, vomiting, diarrhoea and respiratory problems. It can also damage furniture and flooring.
What is sewage?
Sewage is a mixture of water and waste matter that is discharged from a home or business. The wastewater may originate from toilets, baths, showers, kitchens, dishwashers or other appliances from commercial, residential and industrial properties.
How can sewage be cleaned up?
There are two methods for cleaning sewage. The first is through the use of enzymes, chemicals and other substances to break down the waste matter. The second method is by using power equipment (e.g., pressure washers) to clean surfaces. However, if left untreated, sewage can cause lasting structural damage to commercial and industrial properties.