Get your equipment seriously clean

This 3 step philosophy will help you cut labor, cut waste and get your equipment seriously clean.

Get ready to have your production up and running before deadline.

Tank Cleaning

We all know routine plant shutdown is about being “Up and running before deadline.”  We also know that a considerable amount of planning goes into making that a reality.

Sometimes unexpected things happen that screw up the best plan. Maybe the wrong equipment was cleaned or a hired company didn’t fully understand how to clean the equipment.

In the foreground is water blaster.  "The water is pressured to 15,000 psi, travels through 150 feet of hose where the operator wields "the gun" and breaks up sludge and solids inside a tank," shares Tom Wendler, AWS Pennsylvania GM.

In the foreground is water blaster. “The water is pressured to 15,000 psi, travels through 150 feet of hose where the operator wields “the gun” and breaks up sludge and solids inside a tank,” shares Tom Wendler, AWS Pennsylvania GM.

This might lead to an unexpected stop in production and a plethora of problems associated with that – unhappy customers, reduced profits, increased labor costs etc.  What’s the solution? Simple.  Have an onsite cleaning philosophy for all cleaning projects scheduled and unscheduled.

Above two vac boxes and a high-powered vacuum truck keep a sludge removal project on time and within budget.

Above two vac boxes and a high-powered vacuum truck keep a sludge removal project on time and within budget.

On-site Cleaning Philosophy

The goal of an on-site cleaning philosophy is to combine the people, training, equipment and leadership necessary to achieve your cleaning project goals.  Make sure the team responsible for achieving these goals can answer yes to these three questions.

1. Has the onsite project cleaning team confirmed they know the results you expect before they develop a solution?

2. Can the onsite project cleaning team construct a solution that will achieve your results, both safely and effectively?

3. Is the onsite project cleaning team aligned and in agreement with you on questions 1 and 2 before proceeding?

We believe that being aligned before proceeding is crucial to the success of every project.  Providing clients with effective onsite solutions is some of the hardest and most rewarding work we provide at AWS.

Indiana Liquid Waste Hauler vacuum truck

“As a requirement for this vacuum truck you need a pre-filter on it. If this filter gets wet or dirty its going to reduce the CFM, and you might not meet your project deadline” shares Tom Wendler, AWS Pennsylvania GM.

It’s hard because we’re constantly working in different environments, situations and requirements, each with its own uniqueness and challenges.

It’s rewarding because we’re typically providing solutions that affect clients’ production and profitability, meaning what we’re doing matters, right now.

To learn more about Advanced Waste Services onsite cleaning services visit our website or call us 800-842-9792.

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