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Tel: 01440 763867
Mobile: 07886 822576
Fax: 01440 763867

Postal Address:
Hollands Business Centre
21 - 27 Hollands Road
Site Address:
Unit 5
Withersfield Hall Farms
Turnpike Hill
Nr Haverhill


Email: [email protected]

Online form: Request a quote

Careers with Aqua-Tech

If you are interested in working with a dynamic team

Please email your C.V. to [email protected]


Latest news - Aqua-Tech Is now able to provide domestic and commercial conservatory and glass roof cleaning services

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  • Aqua-Tech Entered the CB9 Business Awards, which took place on May 17th 2008 at Chilford Hall.

    The categories were:

  • Best use of Technology Award
  • Environmental Awareness Award
  • Customer Care and Service Award
  • Aqua-Tech Invests in Reach and Wash Thermo Pure Advanced Technology System from Ionic Systems.

    A new hi-tech cleaning solution comes to Haverhill. The system uses glass and carbon fibre waterfed poles to clean windows, facia, panelling and other surfaces using heated 100% pure water at heights of up to 65 feet.

    The results are amazing and, above all, the system provides a safer way of cleaning than conventional methods because ladders are not required.

    The many benefits include: -
    A far safer way of cleaning because the operator works from the ground.
    Cleaner brighter surfaces and windows for longer because of the process used.

    An environmentally friendly operation because the system does not use chemicals or detergents.

    For more information on the Reach and Wash system link to Reach and Wash

    New European Directive - Work At Height Regulations 2005
    Falls from height caused 67 fatal accidents and 4000 major injuries during 2003/2004.

    The new Work at Height Regulations 2005 have been made to prevent the deaths and injuries caused each year by falls at work. The regulations, which came into effect in April 2005, apply to all work at height where there is a risk of a fall liable to cause personal injury.

    They place duties on employers, the self-employed, and any person who controls the work of others, for example facilities managers or building owners who may contract others to work at height.

    The regulations state that duty holders must avoid work at height where they can. Where this is not possible they should use work equipment or other measures to prevent falls and if this is not possible they should use work equipment or other measures to minimise the distance and consequences of a fall should one occur.

    The Regulations require duty holders to ensure: -

    • All work at height is properly planned and organized
    • All work at height takes account of weather conditions that could endanger health and safety
    • Those involved in work at height are trained and competent
    • The place where work at height is done is safe
    • Equipment for work at height is appropriately inspected
    • The risks from fragile surfaces are properly controlled; and
    • The risks from falling objects are properly controlled.

      The report can be viewed in full, using Adobe Acrobat reader, by following the link below.

      HSE - The Work At Height Regulations 2005 A Brief Guide

Aqua-Tech Cleaning Specialists
Hollands Business Centre
21-27 Hollands Road
Haverhill Suffolk - CB9 8PU
Tel: 01440 763867
Mobile: 07886 822576
Fax 01440 763867
Email: [email protected]

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