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Sykes improves environmental protection

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Sykes Pumps has released two new products to improve environmental protection on site to support its customers with robust solutions that support an environmentally responsible approach to deploying pumping equipment.

The Interceptor Drip Tray provides environmental protection against fuel or oil spillage for two to six inch pumps and creates instant protection against oil or fuel contamination of ground water or nearby waterways, without the use of any filters or chemicals.

“All our pumps are designed to offer maximum efficiency and are regularly serviced to avoid any possibility of fuel or oil leaks,” said Sykes Pumps sales director Chris Graham. “However, while a pump is deployed on site, fuel and oil can be split while refuelling or topping up and uneven ground conditions can sometimes result in spillages.

“The Interceptor Drip Tray can provide additional peace of mind and environmental compliance assurance. Environmental authorities insist on this high level of protection for any pump equipment used close to waterways or where there is a risk of groundwater pollution, so this robust unit is a valuable addition to our fleet.”

The new Settlement Tank HD adds to a range of settlement tank options from Sykes Pumps, designed to remove sediment from pumped water before it is checked for impurities and released back into the water course. This new heavy duty option has been added to the Sykes Pump fleet to provide greater durability on site and is particularly suitable for challenging environments, such as construction and quarrying.

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