Introduction

Interceptor integrity tests ensure your interceptors are in good condition to maintain their effectiveness and reliability. As well as regular servicing and maintenance, you should have interceptor integrity tests every 5 years. Your service will provide you with all relevant information about your interceptor and a full report on its condition and whether it is fit for purpose, along with any relevant recommendations. Green Spark carries out integrity tests without the need for confined spaces entry.

Key Benefits

  • Avoid confined spaces entry with Green Sparks innovative solution
  • Ensure your interceptors effectively prevent pollution
  • Receive a comprehensive report including interceptor specifications and details, interceptor condition and recommendations for continued service
  • Where practical, Green Spark will suggest and deliver interceptor repair, rather than replacement, providing cost-effective solutions

Why Choose Green Spark?

Green Spark have many years’ experience in drainage networks and their associated infrastructure. Our experienced engineers are able to effectively clean out interceptors and assess their condition, providing you with a comprehensive and easy to understand report. All recommendations are cost-effective and based on your site conditions.  We work with you to support pollution control and compliance to help avoid the uncapped fines associated with environmental offences.

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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