As a Managing Director for Drain 247 Group. I am pleased to announce that we have finally achieved UKAS approved certification to ISO 9001:2015 and ISO 14001;2015.
Our comprehensive Scope Provision of close circuit TV pipeline surveys, drain & sewer cleaning maintenance and waste water removal should cover all your requirements demonstrating our commitment to continuous improvement of our services.
Drain 247 Group Quality Management & Environmental Management System has been approved by the NQA and has achieved certification in ISO 9001:2015 & ISO 14001:2015.
This international standard is one of the most widely adopted and is published by the International Standards Organization (ISO). It ensures that organizations are striving to meet and exceed customers’ requirements and satisfaction through continuous improvement.
In order to achieve ISO 9001 & 14001 status Drain 247 group were required to develop a quality & environmental management system which defines all company processes in a consistent way and provides a framework to measure and improve upon what we do.
Evidence was provided that all processes are formally documented and all members of staff are aware of the company’s standards and procedures.
I would like to thank our partners, DQS and NQA Certification in assisting with our successful audit. DQS work with blue chip organisations and have enabled Drain 247 Group to implement world class systems.
In the forthcoming months, we are working with our partners to ensure we work reliably and safely with our clients. To achieve this we are implementing ISO 22301: 2014 (Business continuity) and ISO 45001: 2018 (Health & Safety) to underwrite those values.
Many homeowners and residents have experienced domestic drainage issues at one time or another. Whether its hair clogging up the sink, displaced joints or garden plants getting into the pipes, the solution is usually pretty straightforward. For industrial properties, however, drainage problems can quickly turn into an incredibly expensive mess. In this article we look at some of the most common drainage issues facing commercial properties and industries.
As a Managing Director for Drain 247 Group. I am pleased to announce that we have finally achieved ANAB Accredted, I Q NET Certificate, IAF & DAKKS approved to ISO 9001:2015, ISO 14001;2015 and OHSAS 18001.
Our comprehensive Scope Provision of close circuit TV pipeline surveys, drain & sewer cleaning maintenance and waste water removal should cover all your requirements,
London and the South East of England are some of the areas most affected by hard water in the UK. But the reality is around 60% of the UK is classed as having hard or very hard water. Its effects on your household fixtures and fittings are obvious and visible. But the effect of hard water on industrial and commercial properties can be wide-ranging and devastating. Read on to find out how hard water affects a wide variety of industries and what can be done about it. Read More
It’s the classic conundrum. Do you get a cesspit installed for your property, or a septic tank? Although both cesspits and septic tanks collect wastewater and sewage from households and businesses that are not connected to the mains sewer, there are significant differences between the two.
We’ve put together some information about how they work and which one might be best for you. If you’ve already got one, we’ve also got some tips on how best to use and maintain your septic tank or cesspit to ensure it runs smoothly.
Drainage issues can cause a lot of disruption throughout any property.
It can be tough to figure out what the problem might be – or if there is a problem in the first place. But ignoring the signs of a blocked or damaged drain for too long can end up being very costly to fix. Not just financially, but in the time it’ll take to fix the problems.
At Drain 247, we’ve highlighted some key things to look out for if you think you might have a problem with your drainage. Keep an eye, an ear and nose out for these symptoms. If you do experience any, don’t hesitate to take action.
You experience a range of emotions when buying a new home. Usually these range from happiness to extreme tiredness. Not to mention the feeling of freedom that you finally have a space to call your own.
With time, the euphoria of buying a new house or the thought of the freedom that comes with it will fade away. The emotion that may remain is the tiredness. Especially when you have so many physical inspections to do before you can finally arrive at a choice.
An often forgotten consideration when looking at new houses is the state of the drainage system. You don’t want any nasty surprises when you’re moving into a new home. Whether it’s tree root ingress, backed up sewage or collapsed pipes, undiagnosed problems with your drainage system will quickly rear their head when you move into your new place.
So what can you do to avoid this? A pre-purchase drain survey, also known as a home buyers drain survey, is a sure fire way to avoid any nasty drainage surprises. Read on to find out more about how this can save you time, money and headaches in the long term.
The problem with drains is that you can’t see them. Stuck underground, you hope that they’re OK – and very often, the first sign that there’s a drainage problem is that you notice a nasty niff – or that your water isn’t draining at all. Or both.
Every year we are called out to thousands of properties across London, Hertfordshire and Middlesex to help solve people’s drainage issues. When it comes to drainage problems, we’ve seen it all. So we decided to compile a list of the top five most common drainage troubles faced by the property owners of the UK, and how you can solve them.
Rats and other such vermin are common pests that are considered to be a nuisance and are capable of damaging many properties as well as transmitting various diseases to pets and humans. Their chewing habits are destructive, and their dirty behaviour can endanger the structure of your buildings. However, rats are secretive; they are not visible to humans when populations are low in their environment. Therefore, it can be difficult to confirm an infestation.