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Maintain Drains awarded place on new Dorset County Council framework

Dorset County Council has awarded Dorset based drainage specialists Maintain Drains a contract to provide it with a comprehensive range of drainage services.

Under the 4-year term contract, Maintain Drains will be the sole provider of all specialist drainage services needed by the Council across their estate portfolio.

Services include CCTV drainage surveys, emergency drain and sewer unblocking, planned drain cleaning and maintenance, pipe descaling, manhole repairs, grease trap cleaning, pumping station and sewage treatment plant maintenance.

Jonathan Taylor, Maintain’s Managing Director, commented:

“We are delighted to have been chosen as a sole supplier on this framework. Our success is built on partnerships, and we are pleased that the expertise of our teams and their commitment to outstanding customer service have been recognised in this competitive tender process.”

“Maintain Drains previously held the contract and we have worked to save the council time and money with our innovations and best practices, as well as sustainable solutions that protect the environment for future generations.”

“We are looking forward to working with Dorset County Council and further serving the authority.”

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