Introduction

Our drainage plans are clear and easy to understand. Green Sparks expert engineering team carry out on-site surveys using CCTV to identify foul and surface drainage systems, interceptors and other infrastructure to inform your plan. Your plan is designed for usability to inform operations, pollution prevention and spill response. We can also paint your drain covers blue for surface water and red for foul water, consistent with your drainage plan.

Key Benefits

  • Use knowledge of your drains to manage your operations including fuel tank and waste skip location
  • Essential information when applying for or managing permits or licences to discharge water
  • Identify areas of pollution risk and key points of control
  • Inform your spill response
  • Easy to read plan for quick identification

Why Choose Green Spark

Green Spark has years of experience in drainage mapping. Our engineers understand how drainage infrastructure works and have all the necessary equipment to give you peace of mind that your drainage plan is accurate and informative.  We provide advise on how best to use your drainage plan from a pollution prevention point of view.

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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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