Launch Of Whale Parts

The AquaWhale version on show was commissioned for Scottish Water following a tender process and this latest addition to their fleet highlights a working relationship with Whale which goes back to before its evolution from the regional councils and then regional water authorities, through to the organisation as it is today.

Frank Milne, Wastewater Operations East Team Manager for Scottish Water, said: “We have been working with Whale for many years and we come back to them with new commissions time and time again. We selected this tanker due to its high build standard, dependability and Whale’s reliable back up for parts and service.

This particular vehicle will be used for wet well cleaning at pumping stations across Scotland and will also be deployed for sewer cleaning and blockage removal.


The AquaWhale on display at the show is part of a range that is available in two chassis sizes, 26 tonne and 36 tonne GVW and offers a 6 Euro emissions level.

The vehicle includes a number of specified features and benefits and you can find out more by visiting us on our stand.