Waste Water Specialists


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Waste Water Specialists

 for all your waste water or non potable water needs







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commercial and specialist
domestic services
non potable water delivery
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Welcome to Universal Tanker Solutions Ltd

Universal Tanker Solutions are leaders in the delivery of non-potable water and safe disposal of waste water from Septic Tanks, Sewage Treatment Plants, welfare accommodation units, portable toilets, Grease Traps and pump stations.


With more than half a million homes in the UK relying on private drainage, Universal Tankers realise that home owners want a no fuss, minimal impact approach to emptying their Septic Tanks or Sewage Treatment Facilities. Our highly trained operatives work closely with engineers to ensure your facilities are emptied accurately and with minimal impact to your home. 

Learn more about our services and discover why 1000's of customers choose Universal Tankers for their waste water and non potable water needs  


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 in Scotland

Coatbridge | Perth | Aberdeen | Nairn

4 Depots


Contact Our Scotland Team

Waste Services
Non Potable Water
Fuel Services

S E E   W H A T   O U R

Customers say

Together we are Universal

Team work is dream work... Here at Universal Tankers, our staff and customers are always at the beating heart of everything we do and stand for. As a family run business, we pride ourselves in treating all our staff as an expansion of our ever growing family. Our employees are more than just a number, we value their opinions and input into making Universal Tankers grow from strength to strength and this is why we continue to invest not only in the growth of our materialistic assets, but also in the development and training of our most vital assets, our staff.

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expert advice

Our highly trained and experienced team are on hand to offer you accurate and knowledgable advice to provide you with the perfect solution to any of your waste water needs.

Next Day Service

Subject to availability, we offer a next day service across all our depots 

Electronic POD

Reducing paper waste and increasing efficiency. We can provide a same day/Next Day POD

Trusted Service

We are the trusted supplier of 1000's of customers throughout the UK. We put our customer needs first and go that extra mile to deliver a service like no other.




I would like to take this opportunity to praise your staff.

They are very personable, with excellent customer service skills. They exceeded my expectations most of the time, I can't praise them enough, even if we do have an issue they do all their very best to sort it as amicably as possible. I am always informed of any issues the same day and usually given the solution, which is perfect for me as i do not need to get involved.


I am firm believer of giving praise where praise is due.

bowmers and kirkland


We find them very helpful and reliable as well as being competitive with the best equipment for the job. We hop to continue using them on our sites for the foreseeable future, as nothing is too much trouble and hassle-free. 

Would highly recommend!

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Frequently asked questions

Frequently asked questions

What is a septic tank?

A septic tank is an underground chamber made of concrete, fiberglass, or plastic through which domestic wastewater flows for basic treatment. Settling and anaerobic processes reduce solids and organics, but the treatment efficiency is only moderate. Septic tank systems are a type of simple onsite sewage facility.

How many times a year do I need to empty my septic tank?

On average your septic tank needs emptying once a year, however, this depends upon the tank size and usage. In some cases it may need to be emptied more regularly - If you are unsure, contact a member of our team and we can advise you the best plan of action.

Who is responsible for my septic tank?

In short, you are fully responsible for ensuring your tank is emptied and serviced.

How do we empty your septic tank?

To empty your tank we dispatch one of our state of the art vacuum tankers to your site or home, once we have arrived our first job is to locate the tank and manhole cover. We then go to work connecting up to 50m of pipe from the back of our tanker to the entry point of your septic tank. Our tanker will then suck all the waste from your tank.