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Wedding bells and sewage smells don’t mix says Sussex firm

07-13-2011 07:20 AM CET | Energy & Environment

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An environmental services firm based near Eastbourne is urging businesses and homeowners to get their septic tanks emptied regularly.

The warning follows a spate of emergency calls from wedding venues who suddenly realised their septic tanks were full and creating nasty smells.

CountyClean Environmental Services Commercial Director Darren Baldwin explained: “Sewage smells can ruin an event, not to mention the health and environmental hazards that can arise if people let their septic tanks overflow. We have been extremely busy lately because people have not scheduled regular emptying and have ended up paying extra charges for emergency call outs.”

But it’s not just business premises that need to plan ahead, stresses Darren, many homes in rural areas don’t have mains drainage.

“We’re optimistic that the warm weather will return so, if you have a septic tank at home now is the time to get it emptied. When you have family or friends over for a BBQ, the last thing you want is smells drifting from your septic tank. Also, it’s a good idea to have your tank emptied while the ground is still fairly dry. People should also have their septic tanks regularly cleaned to keep them working safely and effectively.”

CountyClean Environmental Services www.countycleanenvironmental.co.uk specialises in helping customers ranging from domestic premises to blue-chip companies with their waste management needs.

CountyClean Environmental Services also assists with disasters such as oil, diesel or chemical spills and emergency flood response. Non-emergency services include interceptor and gully cleaning, fly-tipped waste removal, graffiti clean-up and sewage removal from ships to portable toilets at festivals. The company employs a team of 26 staff who are committed to safeguarding the environment.

For more information, to arrange a site visit or for out-of-hours emergencies call (01323) 741818.

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