Are you prepared for re-opening your sites?

With lockdown ending tomorrow, you may be considering how best to restart your operation. There are a few things that need to be considered from an environmental perspective to ensure you remain compliant and don’t cause unnecessary damage that could lead to more downtime.

Restarting critical equipment

If you haven’t been running equipment like tanks, pumps and fuelling systems while the lockdown has been in force, you might find when you restart them they don’t work. We can get to your site quickly to service critical equipment before you switch it back on, to ensure everything is in good working order, and we can diagnose and solve problems, such as degraded fuel quality in generator tanks, to get you back up and running, minimising further disruption to your operation. We can also visit your site to ensure systems that have continued to operate, such as septic tanks and drainage, are operating effectively.

Emergency spill response

If your equipment hasn’t been in use during lockdown there is a small possibility that hazardous materials could have leaked whilst you have been off site, or maintenance issues caused by the downtime could cause a spill when equipment is restarted. We can get to your site quickly and deal with a spill of any hazardous or polluting material quickly and effectively. We can also remove and dispose of any waste.


You might find your site has been used for illegal fly-tipping whilst it has been unmanned. Don’t let this delay the opening of your operation. We can quickly remove any waste, including hazardous materials, so you can focus on getting your operation back up and running.


We also offer a professional preventative or emergency Coronavirus decontamination service to give you and your colleagues peace of mind to return to work safely.

Avoid unnecessary delays. Call us on 0800 592827 to ensure you get back up and running, smoothly, safely and compliantly.