Introduction

Our engineers have extensive experience in drainage and associated infrastructure including interceptors and other pollution control devices.
Our site condition reports are a cost-effective solution to gaining knowledge on your site and your associated pollution risk. We will provide you with a clear and easy to understand report detailing key drainage assets and assessing their condition. You will be provided recommendations to improve condition where required to support your compliance efforts.

Key Benefits

  • An on-site visit to survey your drainage conditions and all associated infrastructure
  • Full knowledge of current site arrangements and condition allowing you to prioritise key areas
  • Comprehensive high-level easy to understand report proving condition and providing key recommendations
  • We audit, report, recommend and manage works to assist you in avoiding the potentially uncapped fines associated with environmental offences

Why Choose Green Spark

Our engineers have extensive experience in drains and associated infrastructure. They have the specialist knowledge required to survey your site to identify your drainage infrastructure and assess it’s condition.  You will receive a site-specific report providing realistic and cost-effective solutions to improve the condition of your pollution prevention controls to support your compliance efforts.

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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