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Decant Vactor and Sweeper Trucks while On-Route

Innovative On-Route Decating Solution Saving You Time and Money
Using vactor trucks and sweepers for storm drain maintenance is just another part of the daily routine for municipalities and stormwater maintenance contractors. This equipment is essential for keeping trash and debris out of the stormwater system and is a primary line of defense for environmental protection.

Operating a Vactor truck is costly. There is the upfront equipment cost, maintenance of the equipment, fuel to keep the equipment rolling, employee wages, and the cost of disposing the waste you've collected.

Disposing of Waste You Collect On-Route is Expensive!
When the trucks are full it takes time to travel to the nearest dumping facility which is rarely close to the route the driver is on. There is the expense of wear and tear on the vehicle, fuel, and the wage of the technician traveling to the dumping facility and then traveling back to the route to finish the job.

There is a Solution
Dump your waste while on-route to reduce the inefficiency of multiple trips to the dumping facility and then back again. CleanWay Environmental Partners solves this problem by allowing you to decant the water (which is often up to 80% of the load in a vactor or sweeper truck) on route using our durable, field proven filtration inserts installed in your sanitary sewer manhole inlets.

Spend Your Money Wisely
By strategically installing CleanWay filter inserts just off the major surface streets, you can dump excess water weight leaving more room in the equipment for the solids, without traveling to the dumping facility or providing traffic control while decanting. Additionally our filter inserts allow you to filter out large debris and sediment that may be discharged while decanting on-route, which reduces the load on the central waste treatment facility. CleanWay's patented inserts can be removed quickly without tools, so cleaning and jetting the sanitary sewer lines is not affected.

The water that you would otherwise be paying to transport is carried by existing infrastructure underground, saving more than an hour per trip in many cases. Municipalities see an average time savings of eight to ten hours per week, per truck. By installing multiple filter inserts throughout your municipality and reducing unnecessary round-trips, your equipment and technicians will be more productive making your entire operation more efficient saving you both time and money.

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Decanting a Vactor Truck while On-Route using a CleanWay decanting filter

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