Best practice for Production and Manufacturing
Regular maintenance of drainage assets ensure that businesses can run operations as normal. With production and manufacturing plants, there is no ‘one-size fits all’ drainage system. Depending on the nature of your operating plants, you may need special methods of cleaning and disposing of your drainage.
‘Drainage’ here refers to all surface water, foul waste and process effluent pipework.
We understand the massive variation of business types within the Product and Manufacturing industry, and this best practice guide offers extensive information on controlling and maintaining your drainage assets.
Depending on the type of waste, and a number of other factors, there are four main how you can manage your drains effectively:
- Planned Maintenance
- Reactive or Emergency Maintenance
- Asset Maintenance through CAPEX
- Extra Services: Waste Disposal Tanker Fleet
Not sure on which would be best for your company? Lanes Group can help you avoid problems. We offer everything from CCTV surveys to drain cleaning, as well as allowing you the option for pre-planned maintenance agreements.
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