You may remember from our euroloo news last week that we had provided septic tank emptying to the Moscow State Circus show that was playing at the London O2. Well, as always, we provided the very best possible service, which entailed us visiting the location every single day in order to empty the tanks. The reason for our super frequent visits was simply down to the fact that the show proved hugely popular, drawing in a rather big crowd consistently throughout their time there. Not only were we particularly pleased to hear that the Moscow State Circus were very happy customers indeed, but due to our upmarket service when it came to septic tank emptying, we were called back once again for a new contract. This particular contract came about as a direct result of our services being recommended by the Moscow State Circus and as such, we’re now emptying the holding tanks on a daily basis for the Circus of Horrors. With the daily visits, we’re certainly being kept busy, which makes us a very happy bunch indeed.
In spite of the fact that people are familiar with the term septic, many are still quite shocked to find out how often we actually work with them. This is especially the case with domestic septic tanks so you could be forgiven for being surprised that we also dealt with two emergency septic tank empties this week too. The septic tanks in question were entirely separate and very different too we might add. Not only were these two septic tanks totally separate, but they were also very different too. The first emergency septic tank empty we paid a visit to was located in Surrey but it wasn’t just any old tank. This was the boss of tanks; this tank was…well a tank. It was a large sewage tank treatment plant that didn’t service just one household but six homes on a private development. This obviously took a little more work than usual but as always, we had the extra large tank emptied and ready to begin filling once again within no time at all. The second emergency septic tank empty we were called to was a little more on the conventional side. This was a standard tank that served a single domestic home. As was the case with the previous job, this was completed with the utmost care and expertise, allowing full services to resume relatively quickly.
What we did take from this however was the fact that no matter how prepared and educated you are when it comes to the maintenance and care of your septic tank, you can often find yourself in trouble when heavy rain makes an appearance. With winter (and a wet one at that) well on it’s way, it seems only fair to warn septic users that heavy rain water can indeed trigger overflowing of the sewage tank and as a result, you should look to have your septic tanks emptied just before they perhaps need doing. This would ensure that even with a few nights or weeks of heavy rain, you wouldn’t suffer as a result. For more information on our annual septic tank empty services, contact us here.