Welfare unit servicing from Site Equip includes emptying the waste tank, replacing the chemicals and replenishing consumables including soap, hand towels and toilet rolls. If you have a larger welfare unit with tank from 100 gallons to 300 gallons we can provide a weekly empty of the waste tank.
We have a dedicated team of service drivers with years of experience in liquid waste removal, and all hold the National Sanitation Qualification.
All prices are based on a minimum 4 week hire for weekly services.
- From 70 gallons to 300 gallons
- Available weekly, twice weekly or on a ad-hoc basis
- NSQ qualified service engineers
- Electronic waste transfer documents
Welfare Unit Servicing from Highly Training Staff
We have a dedicated team of service drivers with years of experience in liquid waste removal, as well as all being NSQ (National Sanitation Qualification) qualified – making them the most qualified people for the job!
All waste is disposed of in a legal and ethical manner at an authorised disposal site and an electronic waste transfer note can be emailed to you instantly.
With effect from 28th September, all Welfare Unit servicing will include sanitisation with SiteSan Spray Mist. SiteSan is proven effective against Coronavirus and is an extra layer of defence against the spread of this deadly virus.
Whilst there is a small additional cost, we feel sure you will agree that benefits are priceless.
Site-San meets BS EN 1276, 1650 and 14476 for sanitization/disinfection, and provides instant protection for what matters most - your people and your customers, whatever your industry.
Range of Vehicles for Welfare Unit Servicing
We use a large fleet of tankers when carrying out a welfare unit service. The most popular vehicle to use for this job are our Mercedes Sprinter which have been fitted with bespoke 300 gallon vacuum tanks. These trucks are safe to use in spaces with large crowds as they have been fitted with hazard lights for easy and safe navigation, as required by health and safety.
If you’re looking for welfare unit servicing for somewhere with difficult access or rough terrain we also have a smaller fleet of 4×4 trucks. These vehicles are perfect for off-roading, meaning that we are able to access almost everywhere to service toilets!