Bitumen tanks play a crucial role in various industries, serving as the lifeblood of construction projects and road infrastructure. These tanks hold and transport bitumen, a viscous material critical for asphalt production and road paving. Over time, bitumen tanks accumulate residue and impurities, reducing efficiency and potentially posing safety hazards. Here’s where on-site bitumen tank
A Supply Vessel in Portland required the removal of sludge and sea wastewater. CSA Specialised Services, a leading provider of waste management and industrial cleaning services, were engaged to complete the task. To complete the job, CSA operators utilised four vacuum hoses, each around 40 meters in length. We also used two types of equipment,
CSA was engaged to assist in an ongoing maintenance project at Pakenham East rail depot. In the process of delivery, the project involved pits cleaning and the removal of groundwater. Two experienced operators were sent to the field along with a combination unit, an eductor truck, and a liquid tanker. The wastewater was transferred from
Altona Treatment Plant management contacted CSA to assist in cleaning a large aeration tank which was filled with sewer, silt and rag material. Our operations team assessed the job and 9 operators were allocated to the job. To vacuum the waste, we deployed 2 combination trucks and 2 heavy vacuum trucks to the site. 500,000
CSA was contacted to assist in vacuuming and cleaning the sand of the filter tanks in the Warrnambool water treatment plant. One of our combination units were sent to the job and three operators were assigned to conduct the cleaning. 30m x 100mm Vac hose and additional hydro hose were required to complete the job.