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Farmers and land managers have a duty to maintain the health of the environment for which they are responsible. This isn’t just about the fields, crops and grazing for livestock, it’s about making sure that onsite sewage and wastewater treatment facilities are non-polluting for waterways, wildlife and the countryside itself. It’s not unusual for farms to be off the mains sewer system. By their very nature, farms are in remote locations, with lots of land. Without a mains sewer system, farmers need to make sure they are treating and disposing of their sewage in a way which is safe and lega..
Whether you are an established operator or looking to move into the campsite market for the first time, considering the right sewage treatment always has to be top of your agenda. Most people go to a campsite, caravan park or glamping site to get away from it all. You don’t find campsites in the middle of a city. So it’s not surprising that many campsites and caravan sites aren’t on the mains sewer and need their own wastewater treatment systems. UK holidays are more popular than ever right now, with foreign travel restricted due to Covid. An increase in campers on your site is good for ..
Whether a home, housing development, single business or business park, if a site isn’t connected to the mains sewage system, the waste from toilets, baths, sinks, showers, washing machines and dishwashers will need to drain into an alternative system. Sewage is wastewater which has been used for a variety of purposes at home or in work, industrial or leisure activities. The wastewater contains dissolved solids, suspended solids and bacteria and other micro-organisms living in the water. On average, we all produce 135 to 180 litres of sewage a day, consisting of 99.9% liquid and less than 0...
If your home is among the five per cent of UK homes too remote to connect to the mains sewer system, you will need to invest in your own sewage treatment facility. There are a number of options available, including cesspools and septic tanks, but sewage treatment plants are the preferred option for most homes, farms and businesses. Sewage treatment plants, also known as package treatment plants, work by creating an environment which encourages bacteria to grow and break down the sewage. Sewage treatment plants are clean and eco-friendly and may be your only choice if you plan to disch..
This article discusses all the types of cleaning chemicals you can use around your house that will not damage your septic tank. Your septic tank turns your waste into sludge that may be treated in either your home water treatment plant, or by the company that empties your septic tank. Your tank will cease to function and may even become dangerous if you use certain types of cleaners and chemicals around the home. Why Should I Avoid Certain Cleaning Products? Your septic tank turns waste into a sort of slime where fats are on the top, and the muddy-looking sludge is on the bottom. Bacteri..
The first and most important factor is from whom do you buy your sewage treatment plant. Going the cheap direction or searching out smaller companies is not advisable. It would be like buying a single-engine aeroplane from a flea market. You need a professional and well-established company to provide your sewage treatment plant, and you need a professional to install it. What Size Sewage Treatment Plant Do I Need? In simple terms, bigger is always better. However, if money or space is an issue, then you can work out the size of your sewage treatment plant. The most common way is to use t..
What is wastewater, and why treat it? Wastewater, often called effluent, is used water which contains substances such as human waste, food scraps, oils, soaps, and chemicals. In homes this includes water from sinks, showers, baths, toilets, washing machines, and dishwashers. Wastewater is full of contaminants like bacteria, chemicals, and other toxins, which have a negative impact on the environment and our health. This can include harm to fish and wildlife populations, oxygen depletion, and contamination of drinking water. Most of the water used by homes, businesses, and factories must the..
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