Complete Range Of Interceptor Services Offered

Safe & Tidy Forecourt

Your site will be assessed and we’ll alert you to any potential safety issues before your official fire officer inspection; ensuring that your site is safe and functioning within the relevant legislative framework.

Your fuel forecourt will inevitably, over time, become subject to wear and tear. Vehicle damage, spillage or drips can build up on the surface, which not only looks unsightly, but can be dangerous. Octane offer a forecourt and interceptor cleaning and maintenance service to ensure that your retail premises remain spillage-free, safe and clean for your customers.

Interceptor Installation

When it comes to interceptor installation, we’ve got extensive experience and expertise. In our years of operation, we’ve installed over 40 interceptors, and we’re currently maintaining close to 200 separators for large-scale petrol retailers and smaller retailers alike.

All installations are carried out in accordance with the rigorous regulations set out by the Environment Agency.

Cleaning and Inspection

It’s crucial you have your interceptors regularly inspected and cleaned which ensures they’re operating to maximum efficiency. We’ll empty your interceptors of any fuel or oil-contaminated water and silt and also check all mechanical parts thoroughly, replacing wherever required.

Jet cleaning units, draining and gullies, sampling and analysing waste and maintaining coalescent filters.

Professional Service

Our team of engineers are highly trained and all carry SPA safety passports. They’ve also received first aid and safety awareness training, providing you with the peace of mind you need for your employees and customers.

We’ll keep reports of your inspections and services with detailed break-downs of specific events such as; repairs, accidents and incidents, all as part of the service. All relevant paperwork will also be provided.

Let’s Talk

To find out more about our interceptor installation
or maintenance services, give us a call on 0113 2012 460.