Bury St Edmunds Office: 01284 386 538

Cambridge Office: 01223 792111

Emergencies: 07974 495 362

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Waste Management Specialist

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Cargate Engineering is a family run business established in 1996. We offer everything from the routine maintenance of your pump stations to emergency emptying of overflowing septic tanks. We pride ourselves on our high standard of workmanship, our exceptional customer service and competitive pricing.

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CAD drawings for surveys and reports

For emergency septic tank cleaning and waste management services, call Cargate Engineering on: 

01284 386 538

•  Emergency septic tank cleaning and emptying

•  Regular maintenance of tanks

•  Production of high quality CAD drawings

•  Experts in root ingress removal

•  Licensed hazardous waste carriers such

   interceptors, gullies, tank buns & grease traps.

•  British Water and Jetting Association Engineers.

Why choose us?

Immediate assessment and solutions

•  CCTV drainage surveys

•  Drainage and relining repairs

•  Emergency tankers

•  High pressure water jetting

•  Septic tanks

•  Sewage treatment plants

•  Pumping stations

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Contact us today for expert advice

Our service locations across East Anglia include:


•  Brandon                                        

•  Bury St Edmunds

•  Cambridge

•  Chelmsford

•  Colchester

•  Cromer

•  Diss

•  Ely

•  Eye

•  Great Yarmouth



Are you looking for reliable and effective solutions to your drainage and waste management problems? Cargate Engineering offers a wide range of services from septic tank cleaning and servicing to the maintenance of pump stations.


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•  Hadleigh

•  Halstead

•  Haverhill

•  Hunstantion

•  Ipswich

•  Lowestoft

•  Mildenhall

•  Needham Market

•  Newmarket

•  Norwich

•  Sheringham

•  Stalham

•  Stansted

•  Stowmarket

•  Sudbury

•  Thetford

•  Woodbridge

•  Norfolk

•  Suffolk

•  Essex

And anywhere else in East Anglia