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Sheffield Depot

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Unit 14 Shepcote Way
Tinsley Industrial Estate, Sheffield, S9 1TH
0114 281 8100
(Available 24/7)

Drain Unblocking and Repairs

  • Full septic tank service (emptying, cleaning, installation)
  • Rapid city centre response
  • Industrial estate maintenance
  • Complete drain and sewer services
  • 24/7/365 emergency service
  • Drainage asset service agreements for environmental compliance

Blocked drains in Sheffield

Blocked drains in South Yorkshire, Doncaster, Derbyshire or Lincolnshire? No need to worry. Our Sheffield depot is all you need to know for a quick response to your drainage problem, whether it’s day or night.

Whether we’re heading north to Barnsley, Doncaster, Scunthorpe and Rotherham; south to Mansfield, Chesterfield and Worksop, or east out to Cleethorpes, Lincoln, Kingston-upon-Hull and Grimsby — and all points in between — we tackle everything from drainage for local authorities and social housing to the new service industries which have sprung up around this area.

Try us: we think you’ll find Lanes’ drainage clearing, cleaning and repair service positively unbeatable.

Environmental compliance for production and manufacturing clients

In the industrial sector, drainage is a big issue. So, to help our clients ensure compliance, we offer presentations tailored to this market, aimed at covering all the aspects of understanding and managing your drainage assets.

Having a properly functioning and maintained wastewater system — which may also carry process waste too — is a major obligation for organisations needing to comply with their pollution prevention and environmental responsibilities.

At Lanes, we offer a full service agreement, as well as a formal presentation which gives you all the information you need to keep on top of legislation — particularly important for ISO14001 compliance — we will carry out initial surveys to ascertain your system’s integrity, and perform annual maintenance visits to keep your records up to date, and your wastewater network flowing freely.

Lanes in the local community

One of the things we’re most proud of at Lanes for Drains is the level of participation our depots commit to in the local community. And our Sheffield depot has been doing so for numerous years.

One particular case stands out from 2016, where our Sheffield depot supported a lecturer from Sheffield Hallam in raising funds and resources for a village school in The Gambia, Africa.

Call our Sheffield depot on: 0114 281 8100

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Contact this Depot

Whatever support you need, speak to Lanes today. We are your local drainage specialist with over 25 years of experience helping people like you. We operate 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. So you can be assured that whatever you need, a member of the Lanes team is on hand to help.

Andrew Lucas Regional Manager 0114 281 8100

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What our Sheffield customers say about us

Excellent friendly service

Just thought I’d drop you a quick line. I would like to say the two gents who have been here today were excellent giving friendly service, leaving the yard clean and tidy. As a result, I will be placing you onto our regular supplier list and will contact you in January next year for a repeat, and earlier if we have any issues.

Graham Gillott, Quality, Health, Safety & Environmental Manager – CMD Ltd

Case Studies

Factory Survey and Clean

Aunt Bessie’s commissioned Lanes Group to carry out a full survey and cleanse of the drainage system at its Yorkshire Pudding factory in Hull. The Lanes team worked closely with the factory’s site management team to ensure the work would not disrupt production in any way.


Storm Drain UV Reline

There was one run of sewer left to complete in Severn Trent Water’s (STW) £1.2million Scunthorpe DAP Sewer Rehab scheme.
The Scotter Road South storm drain, running along the kerb line of this busy main road into Doncaster, had a fracture running its length at 12 o’clock.

The 95m-long 1050mm diameter concrete sewer was just half a metre below the heavy traffic. STW was concerned that it could collapse without urgent attention. It had been earmarked for no dig repair, but CIPP with hot water cure was not an option because of the sewer’s outfall to a watercourse.