Stockton utility hub – Northumbrian Water
Our Stockton utility hub
The Stockton utility hub is based in County Durham and delivers planned and reactive wastewater network service maintenance work for our client Northumbrian Water.
The facility is home to a significant workforce, committed to delivering high quality sewer maintenance work using the very latest tools and equipment in the drainage industry.
Our team supplies the following services to Northumbrian Water; via the NW1725 Wet well cleaning services contract,
- Wet well cleaning
- Pumping Station Tankering
- Sewage treatment works maintenance and tankering
- Asset condition surveys
About Northumbrian Water
Northumbrian Water is a water services company based in Durham, supplying water and wastewater services to 2.7 million people over an area of 1,488 miles. The company’s reach extends to Northumberland, Tyne and Wear, Durham and parts of North Yorkshire.
Its network of facilities includes 25,545km of water mains, 29,724km of sewers, 57 water treatment works, 44 impounding reservoirs and much more.
What we do at our Stockton utility hub
Based in County Durham, our team provides comprehensive wastewater services for our client Northumbrian Water. The work we do here ranges from wet well cleaning services, maintaining water treatment works and surveys of existing assets. We supply services in Teeside and Teesdale as the primary supplier of wastewater management network services.
We asked Roland Leslie, General Manager at Lanes Utilities about the nature of the work carried out at the Stockton utility hub: “Our partnership with Northumbrian Water, continues to go from strength to strength. We now deploy our teams 24/7, 365 days-a-year, to keep Northumbrian Water’s customers drains and pipes flowing freely. Our aim, always, is to deliver a highly responsive, safe, and high-quality service.”
Investing in the latest technology
Since opening our Stockton utility hub, we’ve invested over £1 million in brand new equipment to carry out the services Northumbrian Water require.
This includes a new DISAB wet/dry vacuumation tanker, capable of lifting dry waste and sludge from a depth of up to 60 metres.