Drainage and sewer
Drainage is known as the removal of subsurface water or the water present on the surface either naturally or artificially. Whereas, sanitary sewer refers to the transport of sanitary waste from commercial areas and houses to a proper waste disposal site through an underground system of sewerage. It is also referred to as foul sewer.
Having problems with a blocked sink in your kitchen? Sink blockages have many causes, and they prevent water from correctly emptying from the sink in your kitchen. Although not all drainage issues can be fixed by DIY, there are luckily some simple initial steps that you can take to try and diagnose and fix the issue before calling in the professionals. Read More
Keep clear of blockage millions of people suffer from blockages every years as a result of unsuitable products being flushed down the toilet, sink and drains.
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Culverts have been in existence since ancient times, used by the Romans for their aqueducts and Egyptians to channel water from the Nile river. Culverts are used by a lot of businesses and residences if they have some water issues and they’re used by cities within their drainage systems to minimize the risk of floods. Culverts work by guiding stormwater along the culvert pipe onto a natural or manmade reservoir where the water will eventually evaporate and return to the atmosphere.
If you live in a flood risk area, then you must take necessary steps to ensure little-to-no damages occur; these damages can range from health threats to property damage and in some cases even death. Below are some things you can do to minimize these risks.
By now, you have probably heard about the latest project of London The Future of London Sewerage Systems, The Thames Tideway Tunnel; but the question everyone is asking is what exactly is it? Well, you’re in luck as that is what we will be discussing here.
The Thames Tideway Tunnel is the solution that Bazalgette Tunnel Ltd came up with to overcome the excess overflows that the current London sewerage system has. The proposed design of the tunnel is that it will be 25 km long and 65 meters deep; it will run from Acton Storm Tanks, under the tidal section of the Thames, through central London and make its way to the Abbey Mills pumping station.
Most modern-day drainage systems have been inspired or influenced by the complex system that Ancient Romans used to use. Romans had ‘latrines’ composed of a wooden board with holes cut out to act as a toilet seat; below these ‘latrines’ was a giant trench with water that, when flushed, ran to a central channel to the main sewers; these then discharged to a nearby river or stream.
In today’s age; CCTV technology is something we take advantage of. Over 90% of the world employ the use of this technology in their homes, streets, and businesses, this has become something we have accepted. CCTV help boosts the security for both businesses and customers and can give them further peace of mind.
What is Asbestos?
It is a group of minerals with thin microscopic fibres that are resistant to heat, fire, and chemicals and don’t conduct electricity, due to these traits it has been mined and used in various industries; particularly construction and automotive.