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Domestic Sewage Treatment Plants
When a mains sewage drainage connection is not available, sewage treatment plants can be an excellent solution. Each of our items is fairly priced, comes from a well-known brand, and is fully approved to fulfil environmental regulations.
Sewer treatment plants operate to purify wastewater and household sewage. By utilizing aeration techniques, these plants foster bacterial growth, facilitating the breakdown of contaminants. Experience efficient systems dedicated to generating environmentally conscious and cleaner effluent outcomes.
Browse through our range of sewage systems and domestic sewage treatment plants. We stock industry-leading manufacturers, including Klargester, Harlequin and Tricel. Sewage treatment is the process of removing contaminants from wastewater and sewage. Sewer treatment plants are used when it is not possible (or legal) to install a compliant septic tank.
The size of the sewage system facility you'll need mostly relies on how many people will be utilising it, although it's usually preferable to estimate too big. Our domestic sewer treatment plants facilities can handle up to 50 people.
Free delivery is available on certain treatment plants - if you require any further help, please don't hesitate to get in touch.
Sewage System Solutions
Here at Tanks For Everything, we stock a variety of models including Klargester, Harlequin and Tricel sewage treatment plants. If you are in any doubt as to the best domestic treatment plant model based on your requirements, please don't hesitate to contact us. One of our qualified team members will be happy to assist you to find the best sewage system solution for you and to answer any questions.
How do sewage treatment plants work?
Sewage treatment plants work by eliminating contaminents from wastewater & household sewage by cicculating air within the unit to prompt bacterial growth, which breaks down the sewage. These systems make for cleaner and more environmentally friendly efluent.
Are there any sewage treatment plant regulations to be aware of?
In order to comply with regulations, UK sewage treatment plants must be EN 12566-3 2005 certified. In addition, you should always have your sewage system installed by a qualified professional. You will also need to check your local guidelines to understand whether you will need planning permission to install.
How close to a house can a sewage plant be?
According to regulations surrounding sewage treatment plants they must be a minimum of seven metres away from any building foundations, and further than 10 metres away from a watercourse.