AHS provide a variety of specialist industrial services including liquid waste removal and disposal.
Whether its septic tank, drilling, sand, silt or treatment plant waste for removal, our custom designed and manufactured tanker vehicles have powerful pumping capacity and the ability to dispose of materials with low moisture content, saving money by reducing the amount of water transported.
We have vehicles ranging from 1,200 litre trailers to 20,000 litre tankers, able to bulk remove liquid waste to a processing or disposal facility of your choice, either to your own or to one of the facilities that we own and operate, or alternatively we can partner with you to provide a complete solution for your waste.
AHS have expertise in loading and transport of all types of liquids including oil, sludge, silt, septic, industrial, roadway waste and contaminated water. Our established network includes environmentally responsible and compliant removal and disposal methods and locations for all types of liquid waste.
Liquid waste removal is a crucial aspect of waste management that plays a significant role in maintaining environmental and public health. Liquid waste, also known as wastewater, encompasses a wide range of fluids, including domestic sewage, industrial effluents, and stormwater runoff, and the proper handling and disposing of liquid waste is essential to prevent contamination of water sources, soil, and the spread of diseases.
One of the primary objectives of liquid waste removal is the safe and efficient collection and transport of wastewater from its source to treatment facilities. This can include the collection of waste from sewer systems or septic tanks located at residential and commercial properties, or other types of liquid waste generated by commercial or industrial activities.
Transportation methods depend on the type of waste and the infrastructure in place. Regardless of the method used, the waste must be carefully contained to prevent leaks, spills, and potential contamination during transit.
Environmental regulations and standards govern liquid waste removal to protect the environment and public health. These regulations set limits on the types and quantities of pollutants that can be released into the environment, ensuring that treatment facilities operate efficiently and effectively.
In addition to protecting the environment, effective liquid waste removal has social and economic benefits. Proper waste management safeguards public health by preventing waterborne diseases, reduces the risk of pollution-related health issues, and maintains the quality of natural water resources. It also fosters economic growth by creating job opportunities in the waste management industry, providing valuable resources such as treated water for agricultural and industrial processes, and supporting sustainable development.