About Us

Welcome to Mudtech Tank Division, a subsidiary of Mudtech Ltd. Mudtech has provided geotechnical solutions across a broad range of industries since 1998; serving Construction, Civil Engineering and Drilling operations with focus on Tunnelling, Trenchless Technology and Shaft Sinking. Our Tank Division was formed more recently in order to funnel our innovative plant and equipment offerings to customers. 

Our unique Mudtech family combines a wide range of specialisms and functions including Mud engineering, Chemical processing & distribution, Engineering, Plant manufacture & assembly, with logistics expertise to glue them together. 

BlueRinse family of products developed from the realisation that Mudtech’s innovative range of chemicals and know-how for safety in tunnelling and shaft sinking can provide similar value in the Construction and Concrete industry. Our pragmatic approach to problem solving, combined with an intuitive approach to risk assessment/mitigation for persons and the environment, facilitates products that add value and improve safety for our customers and the wider construction environment.

Our Team

Mark Brooks

Director Mudtech & Mudtech Tank Division.

Mark has over all responsibility for running Mudtech and Mudtech Tank Division. Bringing experience from Drilling, Tunnelling and Civil Engineering to the identification and development of new products.

Shelley Storey

Business Manager

Shelley joined us in October 2020 and oversees the efficient running of the office and the day-to-day business processes for both Mudtech Tank Division and Mudtech Ltd. She is also responsible for maintaining the inventory management system, the file management system, document control and staff training and development. In busy periods Shelley also supports both Neil and Laura to ensure all priorities are completed in a timely manner, In fact, she keeps us all on our best behaviour.

Neil Bentley

Sales, Purchasing and Logistics Co-ordinator (and Strange Requests)

Neil joined us in October 2021. As well as running the plant hire side of the business, Neil monitors the production and assembly of all Concrete Washout Solutions. He provides excellent customer service, liaises with suppliers to ensure stock is available to meet demand and deals with sales and logistics for Mudtech Tank Division. Neil contributes to the design process and continual improvement. He also holds the record for nipping up and down the stairs.

Laura Rowe

Sales, Purchasing and Logistics Administrator

Laura joined us in August 2022 and is the newest team member. She has settled in very quickly. Her main focus is Mudtech Ltd. Laura liaises with suppliers to ensure stock is available to meet customer demand and deals with sales; logistics and general administrative duties for both Mudtech Ltd and Mudtech Tank Division. Laura is very much a team player helping to manage both Mark and Ian without them even noticing.

Ian Morrison

Technical expert Mudtech.

Specialising in Tunnelling, Piling and Drilling. Ian is acknowledged worldwide for his work with EPB foams and geotechnical solutions. He also makes guest appearances in Mudtech Tank Division.

Our Partners

Gary Johnson

Director and owner Johnsons of Cheadle..

Inventive engineer & builder of prototypes, manages our Plant Manufacture and Hire.

Sean Prior

Johnsons of Cheadle.

Sean is responsible for servicing and any in-house fabrication. He also builds many of our prototypes

Jonathan Goldsmith

Watery News

External Teaming Partner and Editor of Watery News Jonathan provides technical advice relating to best practice for the protection of surface and groundwater, ensuring environmental compliance. With many years of experience solving some of the more challenging aspects of water treatment, he is our go to Environmental Scientist bringing serious industry recognised expertise to our team (please note serious expression for the camera). Making Water Work Harder….

– Deliver solutions & products which protect our shared environment, the health & safety of those involved.

– Identify and share best practice, demystify some aspects of environmental protection.

– Nurture a culture where health and safety hazards aren’t created from measures aimed at mitigating environmental impact.

– Provide value to our customers through innovation rather than replication.

– Develop products of high durability, risk assessed and CE marked for safety.