24-hour service available in case of emergencies. Contact us now for a professional, efficient and affordable service.

Countywide Drains Ltd offer a comprehensive range of waste management services to customers throughout Cork, Kerry, Munster and beyond. Contact us now.

We deliver a professional, efficient service backed up by over three decades of industry experience. Contact us now.

Septic Tank Cleaning

At Countywide Drains Ltd we specialise in the cleaning and maintenance of all types of septic tanks and bio tanks. We cover all of Cork, Kerry, Munster and beyond and can also advise on the best ways to prolong the life of your septic tank. We have a fleet of trucks in varying sizes able to meet the needs of all our customers, whatever their requirements are. We also operate a 24-hour service in case of emergencies.

For a fast and efficient waste management and disposal service contact Countywide Drains Ltd. We operate a 24-hour service in case of emergencies.

Mobile Sludge De-Watering

Our AVC sludge treatment and dewatering system has been used to effectively dewater sludge from septic tanks, grease traps, wastewater treatment plants and various types of industrial sludge.

WWTP Sludge:

Primary Sludge

Biological Sludge

Digested Sludge

Countywide Drains Ltd provides an efficient, affordable septic tank cleaning service to our domestic, commercial and industrial customers. Call us for a quote.

Bio-treatment Plants

Countywide Drains Ltd also provides bio-treatment units. 


Features include:
☑ Irish Agreement Certified
☑ Lowest lifetime running costs with extended de-sludge periods
☑ Irish Made
☑ Single septic tank unit delivered direct to site
☑ Easy, below ground installation minimises visual impact
☑ Low profile cover specifically designed to blend with surroundings
☑ Generous access for maintenance
☑ Efficient air blower is quiet in operation and ensures low running and maintenance costs
☑ No moving mechanical parts or components within the plant
☑ Hydraulic surge control
☑ Low cost after sale service