Site Made Paint Brush Cleaning Station

We have made an on site designated paint brush, roller & tin cleaning station by reusing site waste materials.

We used a wheelie bin as the main container, electrical basket offcuts as a draining shelf to keep painters equipment on, waste insulation as the filtration layer to absorb paint and allow cleaning water to pass through and spare drainage ducting and pipework as the waste water outlet.

This is then used to clean all on site brushes, rollers and tins with all waste water being filtered through the insulation layer, therefore preventing contaminated and waste water from entering the public water systems.

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