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In 2010 Interserve commenced a trial of zero concrete washout on its Drift Water Treatment Works GAC project for South West Water. The proximity of a local watercourse prompted concerns about the pollution risk from high pH water associated with traditional concrete washout skips on site, as well as the costs associated with establishing and maintaining washout facilities and waste disposal. Alternatives, such as pH treatment units were investigated, but costs proved to be prohibitive.
Assists by helping to prevent small quantities of accidental discharge of concrete leaving the chute whilst the wagon is mobile.
Provides a potential answer if no wash-out facilities are provided.
Provides a potential answer for road side deliveries with no wash out facilities
Provides a potential answer if multi drop situations occur.
Because a concretesock virtually closes the end opening of the chute it assists in the prevention of grout / aggregate etc passing and causing other potential hazards
Allows the truck to go from the pour location whether it be commercial or domestic to an area suitable for wash-out by greatly reducing the risk of spillage.
Used when the truck has washed out to help prevent excess wash water from landing on sites or highways.
The concretesock has been developed to help protect our environment and assist in preventing unwanted concrete or wash waters containing cement being washed into storm drains / streams or just saving the task of cleaning up potential unwanted discharge.