Welfare Unit Servicing and Emptying
Welfare units are basically cabins with canteen and toilet facilities, both of which generate waste.
Health and Safety regulations dictate that construction sites have to provide welfare facilities for those working on site.
Often a welfare tank will be sited underneath a cabin or it can be buried with just the access port visible. Either way, the tanks have to be emptied on a regular basis and thats where Tardis steps into the breach.
Our tankers are equipped to remove waste quickly and efficiently with the minimum of fuss and our clients will often book us to visit on a weekly or more frequent service cycle, depending on the usage the facilities are receiving.
In addition to the emptying of the tanks Tardis also provides a cleaning service for the toilet facilities of welfare cabins and top up of the clean water that is used for hand washing and flushing of toilets.
We've a wide range of waste tanks already in stock, both short and long term waste tank hire is available, visit the Waste Tank Page for further information. We can also fabricate custom waste tanks specific to your needs, to fit beneath your welfare cabins.
Please ensure there is enough space for either a service van (for small welfare units and chemical toilets in welfare units) or a vacuum tanker (for larger welfare units with a large waste tank).
At the time of placing your order we will provide a specification sheet of the type of vehicle we will be sending out to service your welfare unit. Please review the spec sheets to check vehicle dimensions against your access gateways and the likes.
Talk to our team if you're at all unsure.
Give us a call on 0800 731 0589 for more information, or you drop us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org