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Planned Preventative Maintenance

May 28th, 2019

Blocked drains, surprise floods or even just unpleasant smells, can cost your business time and money.

A well planned preventative maintenance contract can help you to protect your property and business from unneccsary damage and disruption.

#John Wall Drainage Service Limited undertake #planned preventative maintenance for many of the UK’s leading manufacturers,#property developers,#facilities managers and #local authorities.

We would firstly carry out an initial clean of your drainage to ensure all were running clear and free. We will then prepare a detailed programme of care, showing which parts of your system need cleaning on a regular basis.  Each #planned maintenance programme is tailored to your Company’s specific needs and carried out  on  a date convenient to yourselves.

Our main objective is to provide our customers with total job management  relieving the stress of administrative and logistical burdens involved in drains maintenance – let us do the hard work

For your FREE quotation, on any of our services call our Sales Team on #0151 495 1929 for further details

New Septic Tank Regulations Under The General Binding Rules

May 17th, 2019

New septic tank rules came into force on 1 January 2015. If your septic tank system was installed and in use before 31 December 2014, it is classed as an ‘existing discharge’. If it was installed and in use after that date, it is classed as a ‘new discharge’

Rules for both existing and new septic tank discharges in England.

Septic tanks settle the solids in the sewage ad then discharge the liquid septic effluent to ground via a correctly designed and constructed drainage field – not a soakaway pit, soakaway crates, tunnels of ezy drain. These are not allowed for sewage effluent dispersal.

They cannot discharge into ditches, streams, rivers, surface water drains or any other type of watercourse. Under the new Environment Agency General BindingRules, if you have a septic tank that discharges directly to a surface water (ditch, stream,river etc) you must replace or upgrade your septic tank treament system to a full sewage treatment plant by 1 January 2020 or when you sell your property, if it is before this date. All septic tanks that currently ultimately discharge into watercourses will have to be either;

Replaced using a sewage treatment plant with full BS EN 12566-3 Certification instead or the discharge to the watercourse stopped and diverted to a drainfield, designed and constructed to the current British Standard BS6297 2007.

For further information regarding septic tanks please call us on #0151 495 1929

School drainage maintenance

May 14th, 2019

Playgrounds, car parks and large roof areas have to deal with large volumes of rain water often in a short space of time, therefore if #gullies, #road #gullies and #linear channel drains are not maintained and cleaned, the water run off cannot make it into the #below ground drainage system and you get localised flooding. A natural build up of silt and debris over time will cause blockages in grids and #gullies situated in playgrounds, however, aluminium cans, crisp packets, plastic bottles and tennis balls are also common place, the silt from large hard standing can also build up with the below ground drainage system leading to restricted flow. Here at#John Wall Drainage Service Limited we can arrange a #planned preventative maintenance schedule, where we can come and clean the drainage for you once or twice a year (depending on the size of the School), remove all the debris from the drainage and the high pressure water the drainage to ensure it is all running clear and free. For further information please contact us on #0151 495 1929.

Listeria control

May 7th, 2019

Drains

If Listeria is present in your food production facility, it will most likely be found in your drains. The reason for this is that drains act as a collection points for most of the Listeria-contaminated water on site, and then provide the nutrients and moisture required for the Listeria to grow.

Even though cleaning drains is an unpleasant and complex task, it is critical for Listeria control. Dirty drains can be a source of Listeria contamination, and flooded drains can spread listeria via pools of contaminated water on the floor. Drains should (if possible) only be cleaned during production downtime, and you’ll need to give aerosols time to settle before rinsing and disinfecting your food contact surfaces. For more information please contact us 0151 495 1929.

Root removal

April 29th, 2019

Roots are always searching for water, oxygen and nutrients. As pipes, especially drainage systems contain plenty of these things, roots will readily infiltrate the drains where possible. Where a root system has started to grow inside a pipe there is a chance that debris such as tissue paper, fats etc. can become stuck and cause the pipe to flow slower.  Using our specialist root cutting equipment we are able to remove these roots to prevent further blockages, to find out more information on our root removal service please contact us on 0151 495 1929.

Gutter Cleaning Services

April 23rd, 2019

Using the very latest in gutter cleaning technology, at John Wall Drainage Service we are able to provide an alternative and cost effective way to survey and clean your gutters from ground level.

There is no need for expensive scaffolding, ladders, or high access equipment.

A safe solution for cleaning high buildings , such as schools,  hospitals and offices.

Intergrated camera on board for precision cleaning

For both domestic and commercial properties

Fully trained Staff to carry out works, whenever, convenient for you.

For your FREE quotation, call our Sales Team now on 0151 495 1929

New rules regarding septic tanks

April 15th, 2019

As a homeowner you will be familiar with maintaining your home every now and again, the same applies for your septic tank should you have one.

Under new legislation, if your septic tank discharges to surface water, you will need to install a small sewage treatment plant which cleans the liquid before it goes into the river or stream. This must be completed before 1st January 2020, or when you sell the property, whichever is soonest.

Your septic tank must be maintained correctly. If the tank becomes a problem for other members of the public, your local council or authority can and will get involved, insisting that it be properly cleaned. If you have a permit for your tank, this will also outline set conditions that you will have to make sure you meet.

To meet these conditions, GOV.UK guidance explains that your should make sure the septic tank is emptied at least once a year by a registered waste carrier, here at JOHN WALL DRAINAGE SERVICE LIMITED we are able to provide this service for you. For further details on how to correctly maintain your septic tank and for your FREE quotation please contact our Sales Team on 0151 495 1929

Easter Bookings

April 8th, 2019

Now taking bookings for any works needed over the Easter period. If you need our assistance please call us on #0151 495 1929

35 Years in Business

April 2nd, 2019

2019 We celebrate the 35th anniversary in business for John Wall Drainage Service Limited


Opened in April 1984, beginning with just one van and a jetting machine, we have continued expanding our services for a wide range of private and public sector customers.


Our mission back in 1984 was to strive to win new business, backed by a determination to maintain high quality standards, have led to our continued success.

 Over the years John Wall Drainage Services have recruited new Engineers and expanded its fleet of modern high technology specialist drainage vehicles. Over time our customer base has diversified greatly, sectors we now service include, retail, manufacturing industry, social housing and local government, where we provide reactive, planned and project drainage services across the North West of England.


Our success has put our plans for continued growth on a firm footing, and during 2019 we are hoping we will be able to take on more staff and invest in more equipment.


All our engineers undergo rigorous drainage training, including confined space training, high pressure water jetting, risk assessment and first aid. 
We at John Wall Drainage Service Ltd would take this opportunity to thank you for your continued support during the last 35 years and we look forward to being of service to you in the forthcoming year

Basement flood water extraction

March 11th, 2019

An overflowing storm drain, blocked sanitary sewer or even heavy rainfall can cause a backup of wastewater to flow into your Basement.  When this happens, you will want and need an efficient flood water removal service on hand to help you remove the unwanted water from your Basement or Cellar.

Here at #John Wall Drainage Service Limited, we offer a flood water extraction service that is designed to help those who have experienced a flooding emergency in their property.  Using the most effective practices and equipment, we will endeavour to solve the problem quickly and reliably. For more information please contact us on #0151 495 1929 or# 07836 226763

Whatever your problem, John Wall Drainage Service Ltd has the solution.

Contact us today to see how we can help you.