Investing in liquid waste management: Brandster Services

Investing in liquid waste management: Brandster Services

Over the past few years Brandster Services have been carefully investing in plant and equipment in line with the needs of its growing customer base. Managing Director, Jeff Brandstater explains. 

The NSW Protection of the Environment Operations (Waste) regulation 2014 mandates stringent tracking requirements for hazardous waste transport.

This system is designed to prevent inappropriate disposal of waste, ensuring that it is taken to an appropriate facility for treatment to prevent illegal dumping or disposal leading to environmental damage.

Brandster Services are experts in the transport and treatment of a variety of liquid wastes, ensuring responsible liquid waste management.

“We assure our clients that their service requirements are met and that their responsibilities are maintained end-to-end by transporting, treating and disposing of contaminated liquid waste in a lawfully compliant and environmentally responsible manner,” Jeff Brandstater, Brandster Services Managing Director explains.

Over the past 50 years Brandster Services have worked with a broad range of customers in Sydney and its surrounding regions, collecting, treating and disposing of liquid and hazardous waste.

Brandstater took the reins of a three truck family business from his cousin Don 25 years ago, and has worked with his team based at St Mary’s to grow the business to a fleet of more than 20 specialist collection vehicles and a fully licensed and approved Liquid Waste Treatment plant.

“Our customers come from commercial, industrial, community and residential sectors and we collect mainly septic and sullage waste streams, as well as groundwater and liquid from clean-ups and spills from time to time,” Brandstater says.

“My years of experience have taught me many important lessons, but perhaps the most important is to listen to the needs of your customers and constantly strive to not only meet expectations, but to exceed and adapt to them as they change and as technology advances.”

The Brandster team at St Mary’s constantly focus on customer service.

“We are here to provide the highest level of service to our customers and that means that our people and customers are safe and our activities are compliant, as well as being efficient, on time and agile,” Brandstater says.

Recently, Brandster have completed highly commended and successful project works on infrastructure and development projects close to their depot in St Mary’s.

“We have worked very successfully with some big companies on major projects and been able to meet their demands and needs, as well as at times, exceed expectations,” Brandstater says.

Over the past few years Brandster have been carefully investing in plant and equipment in line with meeting the needs of its growing customer base.

“We looked at the major development projects in Sydney as well as the needs of our loyal customer base, and have invested in our treatment facility and collections fleet over the past few years,” Brandstater says.

Earlier this year, Brandster took delivery of a Cappellotto 8×4 Cap Combi 3200 CL Industrial, on a Scania cab chassis. Cappellotto is Europe’s largest manufacturer of drain and sewer cleaning units and Industrial Vacuum trucks, and have been in business for over 65 years.

The unit is state of the art in terms of features and capabilities, Brandstater says.

He adds that the quality of the product will ensure reliability and manageable operating costs over the life of the machine.

“Our capability, responsiveness and flexibility in works such as factory and equipment cleaning, tank maintenance and spill and flood management are just some of the gains that this equipment brings and that are in high demand from our customers,” Brandstater says.

“I am very pleased with this latest addition to Brandsters’ fleet, this will see our customers receiving an enhanced range of benefits and value from Brandster Services and shows our commitment to supporting their success, 100 per cent.”

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