Top-tier Vacuum Truck Services in Chicagoland
Things get dirty; that is a simple fact of nature. This is particularly true when it comes to industrial areas. However, you can’t just allow these areas to remain dirty. If you want to keep them safe, functional, and compliant, they will need to be cleaned on a regular basis.
The question: how do you keep industrial areas clean?
The answer: vacuum trucks.
Interested in utilizing vacuum truck services in Chicagoland? Greenline Environmental Solutions has you covered.
We operate one of the most diverse fleets of in-plant and over-the-road vacuum equipment available in the industry today. Whatever your industrial vacuuming needs might be, GreenLine can provide the right equipment and personnel to complete the project on time and on budget.
At GreenLine, we use Vacall products that are distinguished in the industry for their superior performance. This equipment is adept at clearing sewer lines, cleaning up catch basins and managing demanding industrial cleanup challenges.
Designed and built by Gradall Industries to meet world class standards for quality, our full complement of vacuuming equipment includes liquid vacuum units, air machines and hydro-excavation units.
Liquid Vacuum Units
If your business deal with a great amount of liquid spillage, you would be well-served by bringing in a liquid vacuum unit. These units will suck liquid up directly off the floor, cleaning and clearing it in a matter of seconds.
These vacuums are used to clean up a variety of liquids, from water, to mud, to oil, to chemical sludge, and much, much more.
Air machines can do much of what liquid vacuum units can do, sucking up liquids of all types in a matter of seconds. However, they are not limited to liquids. These units can also be used to deal with dry waste and semi-dry waste.
The construction industry, in particular, can benefit from hydro-excavation units. These units are used to break up and remove soil, allowing for a simple, safe, and efficient excavation. To do this, they utilize a combination of water pressure and air suction. As water is released, and as it causes soil to deteriorate, its corresponding vacuum unit sucks up said soil.