Waste Tankering Services
Introducing our exceptional Waste Tankering Services, the ultimate solution for efficient and reliable waste management. With our professional team and state-of-the-art equipment, we provide a seamless waste removal process that saves you time, effort, and resources.
Exjet are registered waste carriers which means that we can dispose of almost any type of waste quickly, efficiently and in a safe, environmentally friendly manner.
This service is ideal for:
- Septic Tanks
- Cess Pits
- Drain Interceptors and Grease Traps
For Commercial & Domestic Customers
Powerful, high capacity vacuum tankers with long hoses
Jet-Vac Units are advanced waste tankers that provide a highly efficient solution for waste collection and transportation.
Their large storage capacities enable them to handle substantial amounts of waste in a single trip, reducing the need for multiple journeys. This efficiency leads to significant time and cost savings for waste management operations.
Incredibly versatile, they are equiped with special tools and capable of reaching awkward spaces using our long hoses.
Our waste tankering services have the ability to remove liquid, solids and sludges from almost any situation including deep lift situations for depths of up to 26 metres.
We Are Environmentally Responsible
By choosing Exjet’s Waste Tankering Services, you benefit from our commitment to sustainability. We prioritize responsible waste management practices, including proper segregation and disposal methods, to minimize the impact on the environment.
Rest assured that your waste is being handled with the utmost care and in accordance with all applicable regulations.
Here are some explanations of the drainage terms used on this page. Please call us if you want more information.
What is a Septic Tank?
A septic tank is an underground wastewater treatment system commonly used in areas without access to a mains sewer system. It is designed to collect, treat, and dispose of household wastewater on-site.
Proper maintenance and regular pumping of the septic tank is essential to ensure its efficient operation. Over time, the sludge and scum layers accumulate and need to be professionally removed to prevent blockages, system failure, and environmental contamination.
What is a Cess Pit?
A cesspit, also known as a cesspool, is an underground storage container that collects and temporarily holds sewage and wastewater from residential or commercial properties. Unlike a septic tank, which provides partial treatment of wastewater, a cesspit simply acts as a holding tank without any treatment or disposal mechanisms.
Cesspits are typically constructed as watertight containers made of materials such as concrete, brick, or steel. They are designed to be completely sealed to prevent leakage or seepage of the collected waste into the surrounding soil.
When wastewater flows into a cesspit, it remains stored within the tank until it is pumped out and disposed of by a professional service provider such as Exjet. The frequency of pumping depends on the capacity of the cesspit and the volume of wastewater generated by the property.
What is a Drain Interceptor/Grease Trap?
A drain interceptor, also known as a grease trap or oil interceptor, is a device used in plumbing systems to separate and capture substances like grease, oils, fats, and solids from wastewater before it enters the drainage system. It plays a crucial role in preventing these substances from causing blockages and pollution in sewer lines and the environment.
The purpose of a drain interceptor is to intercept and collect the heavier substances present in wastewater that can solidify or create build-ups over time. It typically consists of a chamber or tank installed in the drainage line, usually near sinks, dishwashers, or other areas where grease and oils are present.
What is a Soakaway?
A soakaway, also known as a soak pit or infiltration trench, is a drainage system designed to manage surface water runoff. It is commonly used to control and disperse excess rainwater or wastewater from buildings, driveways, or other impermeable surfaces.