Services

Septic Tank Cleaning

We offer an inspection service and advice on septic tank maintenance Servicing Auckand Franklin and the Waikato regions. 

WE AREAS WE COVER INCLUDE:

Pukekohe | Franklin | Counties | Taukau | Papakura | Onewhero | Glen Murray | Waiuku | Awhitu | Patumahoe | East Auckland | Pokeno | Clevedon | Bombay | Hunua | Mercer | Marmarua | Karaka | Manukau | Port Waikato

Maintaining your septic tank waste water treatment and disposal system is a simple and important task. By having it cleaned every three years, it can mean not having to eventually end up with the expense of upgrading a soakage system.

We have had the latest modern technology installed, which  is fast and efficient and doesn't use vacuum pump oil.

All our customers are on a database and will receive telephone or written reminders when their tanks are next due for a service and  advice is given to people who have just purchased a property and are unsure when their tank was last cleaned.

Give us a call and if we can't find you on our records, we will come to your property, measure the sludge and make a recommendation.

Grease Traps

Quick, efficient, convenient and cost effective. Waiuku Waste Disposal clean grease traps and dispose of left-over grease safely and efficiently. Our grease trap cleaning services are used by a wide variety of catering and food processing businesses.

Regular cleaning of Grease Traps is essential for commercial kitchens to avoid costly repairs and it is recommended this  be done at least every 3 months.  Depending on usage.

Grease from kitchens and food processing plants can build-up very quickly and become very difficult to dispose of.  We will clear your kitchen grease traps thoroughly and efficiently every time.

Contact us now for your free, no obligation quote on emptying your grease trap / arrestor.

Effluent Ponds

It is recommend that dairy farmers pump out the solids and nutrients annually at the same time as they are having the pond stirred.

Why yearly?
There is a large build up of sludge in the bottom of the pond each year.

The sludge content and rain water was never taken into account when designing the storage capacity of a dairy pond. Now every year you lose 1/3rd storage capacity to crust and sludge build-up.