With a huge range of approved and authorised GRC Trade Waste products, we’re simply the only name you need to think of for your next project.
Mascot Engineering Trade Waste Pre Treatment Devices are approved, authorised or used in the following authorities areas:
- Sydney Water
- Hunter Water
- MidCoast Water
- Central Tablelands Water
- And compliance with all regional NSW water authorities
Manufactured in Australia, all Mascot GRC trade waste devices are finished internally coated with an acid resistant tar epoxy lining.
100mm PVC inlets and outlets are provided as standard, however, custom solutions (larger diameter, HDPE etc) can be arranged depending on the requirements of your project.
Stock of popular items (grease traps, basket arrestors etc ) are kept in our Smithfield and Newcastle warehouses, with leadtimes on custom or speciality items usually only a few days away.
Given the lightweight nature of our trade waste tanks, our crane truck can lower the product directly into the excavation assuming we can get access. Mascot’s crane trucks are used throughout the Sydney Metro area and will deliver to Newcastle/Hunter Valley, Kiama, Blue Mountains and other regional areas as required.
Utilising Glass Reinforced Concrete technology (GRC), the range of Mascot Engineering NSW trade waste devices are strong and resilient, yet lightweight due to the nature of the material. Mascot GRC achieves the strength of traditional steel reinforced concrete in a thinner section, resulting in a product that’s easier to install on site, and simpler to transport.
The NSW range has been specifically designed to suit the individual requirements of the New South Wales environment and water authorities.
Mascot Engineering provide an extensive range of NSW approved trade waste devices to suit various applications such as:
- Car washes
- Cafes and restaurants
- Petrol stations
- And more…
Mascot Engineering’s range of trade waste devices are commonly specified on various projects. For more information on trade waste specification, click here. Or for information on how to choose a trade waste product, see our FAQ here.