Our experienced engineers will conduct regular drainage maintenance, depending on your site specific requirements. During drainage maintenance and service visits, we ensure your drains are in good condition and continue to offer you pollution protection. You will receive a comprehensive report proving attendance and works carried out to ensure your drains remain operable and identifying any potential issues.

Key Benefits

  • We visit your site on a PPM schedule consistent with your site requirements, every three, six or 12 months
  • Ensure your drains are well maintained and not causing pollution
  • You will be provided with a comprehensive report including completed works, progress pictures, identified issues and recommendations following every drainage maintenance visit
  • We work with you to manage your environmental risk to help avoid the potential uncapped fines associated with environmental offences

Why Choose Green Spark

Our engineers have extensive experience in drains and associated infrastructure. They are able to clean out drains efficiently, identify any potential issues and recommend realistic solutions. Our high quality reports will show you the work that has been completed. Our proactive services can reduce the need for expensive call outs, disruption caused from blocked drains and support your environmental compliance efforts.

Before drain maintenance

After tank maintenance

Contact Us

Get in touch with Green Spark today and see how we can help you with pollution risk management, environmental services and fuel quality management.

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