Welcome to Industrial Water Jetting Systems Ltd
A national waste management services company… celebrating 40 years of trusted service across the UK
Now celebrating our 40th Anniversary in 2017, IWJS Ltd has been providing waste management and industrial cleaning services across the UK continuously, day and night, since 1977. IWJS is a preferred supplier to the major water utilities, infrastructure, industry, government agencies and domestic sectors. Through continuous investment in vehicles, equipment and staff we have built an organisation that is trusted to deliver a first class service. From the Company’s head office in Bury St. Edmunds and depot locations across the UK, IWJS is ideally placed to support your requirements around the clock.
The 40th Anniversary of IWJS Ltd, now sees the Company securely established as one of the leading and most innovative industrial Waste Water Management firms in the UK. With a turnover approaching £30 Million and employing over 500 people, IWJS is a trusted supplier to the major water utilities, as the Company continues its planned strategy for growth.
IWJS also provides specialist health and safety training nationally from its company, Industrial Water Training Services Ltd (IWTS) along with our own dedicated confined spaces rescue service, IWJS Rescue. Positioning IWJS Ltd at the vanguard of the industrial Waste Water Management sector and firmly placing us… clearly ahead.
It is with great sadness that IWJS announces the death of our dear friend and colleague, Andrew Simpson.
Andrew who was just 29 and lived in Sleaford, died tragically in a car crash near South Hykeham in Lincoln on Thursday January 11th, 2018. During his four years with us at IWJS he made a lasting impression with all who knew him as a true gentleman. Not only for his size as a veritable giant of a man, but essentially for his ever warm natured humour, kindness, intelligence and thorough professionalism in his work as Contract Manager for the Lincoln region. The tragic and grievous loss is all the more profound for all who knew him, as his wife Roberta is expecting their first child within the next few weeks.
Our most sincere and heartfelt condolences, go out to her and all his family, during this saddest of times for them with their painful loss.
Andrew leaves a fond and lasting memory with all who had the privilege to know him.
In his memory, a trust fund has been established by IWJS for their child. All who wish to contribute to the fund from his many friends, colleagues and clients may do so by contacting Christopher Stewart, IWJS Managing Director, to make their donation.