Atac Adds To Tanker Fleet To Increase Wastewater Service Offering

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ATAC Solutions has increased its capacity as a UK wastewater treatment specialist by adding a top of the range Jetvac tanker to its burgeoning fleet. Capable of carrying 3,200 gallons of wastewater, it will enhance the company’s customer service provision throughout southern England and London and enable its teams to provide fast response and recovery to its domestic, commercial and blue chip clients.

The Jetvac has been specifically built to ATAC’s specification from stainless steel to guaran-tee its long-term operational effectiveness. Its availability will be particularly vital in southern England as the area is experiencing lower-than-average rainfall, with the unbroken dry spell resulting in hard, unyielding ground – ideal conditions for flooding in the event of a sudden, prolonged downpour.

The Jetvac comprises a function that enables the user to vary the amount of clean water and debris carried in the tank. As well as a superb vacuum facility, the tanker features a powerful jet feature, capable of releasing 153 litres of water per minute at a pressure of 130bar. This makes it ideal for cleaning treatment plant facilities such as sewerage pipes and interceptors.

Adam Colley, ATAC Solutions’ Commercial Director, said: “The commissioning of an addi-tional tanker demonstrates our commitment to optimising our customer service offering. It will enables us to respond even more quickly and effectively to critical situations.”

ATAC Solutions’ tanker fleet collects hazardous and non-hazardous liquid which is potentially harmful to the environment and local community. Its 24-hour emergency maintenance hot-line offers round-the-clock reassurance to a number of assigned independent industrial, commercial and domestic sites throughout Kent, Sussex and London.

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