They also require periodic maintenance to perform properly.GEC
With evolving regulations, storm water management has become a serious concern in our environment. Most commercial and industrial properties have subsurface storm water systems, eventually discharging into open waters. Most onsite systems consist of various chambers for separating debris, sediment and in many cases, petroleum. These “separators” prevent discharge of pollutants to our open waters. They also require periodic maintenance to perform properly. Many jurisdictions require scheduled cleaning of parking lot separators, retention chambers and other forms of collection systems. Most systems require trained workers and specialty equipment in order to safely and efficiently clean these chambers. Waste generated from these chambers, solid or liquid, require documented disposal.
GEC provides scheduled maintenance of your separators to avoid these issues and keep your business running.GEC
Separators are not limited to storm water systems. Most businesses that have mechanical shops, usually have oil/water separators to prevent contaminants from entering sanitary or storm sewer systems. These are installed beneath ground floor levels and are “out of sight, out of mind”, until drains back up and cause flooding or local officials investigate the origin of an illegal discharge. Both can cause significant costs and downtime. GEC provides scheduled maintenance of your separators to avoid these issues and keep your business running. Call for a free estimate today.