Annual septic tank empty

Septic Tank Protection

Winter is considered by some to be the harshest season for your septic tank and as an owner of such a system, you need to ensure that it’s in full working order for it to perform at its best. This is especially so before freezing temperatures hit and snow falls. Here at euroloo, being experts…

Our septic tank emptying has taken us everywhere this week

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…

Need to know more about septic tanks?

Septic tanks are only used in certain locations where the subsoil has been deemed suitable for the discharge and disposal of the treated wastewater along with areas where there has been approval granted by the local authority. There are also exceptions whereby written approval has been granted by the Environment Protection Agency to discharge the…

Septic tank emptying

Can too much rain mean more septic tank emptying?

euroloo have been getting a lot busier this past week with a number of customers booking in septic tank emptying. Despite sending out annual letter reminders, we’ve had a number of customers calling early for septic tank emptying, due to the heavy rainfall we’ve had in the last few weeks. Sadly, not all septic tank…

Portable toilet servicing

euroloo have been hard at work in Essex this week

Yet again we’ve been hard at work here at euroloo, particularly within the Essex region. Mobile loos and portable loos for hire across our favourite county have been in high demand and as always, we haven’t disappointed. As with every exciting week here however, we always have a few stories that stand out, whether it’s…

Septic tank emptying

Getting your septic tank emptying annually

In the more modern, city dwellers home, drains have a tendency to remain inconspicuous. Let’s face it, unless the toilet’s completely overflowing then plumbers aren’t usually on our mind. We use a rather simple device known more commonly as the push lever and hey presto, waste is placed out of sight and quite firmly out…