Welcome To Environmental Screening & Separation
Welcome to Environmental Screening & Separation where we have a proven record in providing a hire services for both trailer and skid mounted screening and separation equipment. Our equipment is used for effluent treatment for both utility companies and contractors within a range of industries.
Our screening and separation equipment assists in the processing of both liquefied and solid waste derived from water/ waste water treatment processes. This also helps with other utility waste streams that subject to large proportions of screenings, silt, sand, grit, gravel, pebbles, stones, and other larger mineral materials that requires cleaning, screening and separation.
We offer services for both short and long term contracts at competitive prices and for all recycling needs. This includes tarmac, scrap metals, stone, wood, inert materials, industrial and commercial wastewater products. We also supply a range of sizes of Compactors, Roll on Roll off Container, and other skip sizes dependant on requirements.
Our hire plant and equipment has been used on a variety of cleaning, screening and separation operations, and sludge treatments including:
- Digester; pre and post digestion tanks
- Storm tank
- Activated sludge tank
- Sludge Treatment
- Lagoon / pond / river / canal cleaning
- Waste water treatment
- Reed bed and filter bed refurbishment
- Gully cleaning
- Road sweeping
- Silt management programmes
We supply for hire a range of the most efficient processing systems available for a range of materials from 0.75 microns to 50mm, our various sized equipment from 40m3/h, 60m3/hr and 80 m3/hr, that can be used dependant on the material, volume and site arrangements.
Call 01675 436 880 for more information on our services and equipment.
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