3 - 10 working days for all tanks and next day for all parts available
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Domestic sewage treatment plants
Browse through our range of sewage treatment systems. We stock industry-leading manufacturers, including Klargester, Harlequin and Tricel. Sewage treatment is the process of removing contaminants from wastewater and sewage. Domestic sewage treatment systems are used when it is not possible (or legal) to install a compliant septic tank.
Free delivery is available on certain treatment plants - if you require any further help, please don't hesitate to get in touch.
The treatment process of the wastewater is that the domestic wastewater and sewage pass through the system from housing developments into the sewage treatment plant. Here, the sewage treatment plants begin to break down the organic matter through its activated sludge process. Sewage can be treated/broken down close to where it is created. These plants are low maintenance and have low running costs. The sewage effluent is discharged to either a drainage field or watercourse, with care taken to ensure the effluent will not cause a flood risk. Discharges from treatment plants are usually diluted in rivers, lakes, or other watercourses.
It is a common mistake that 'sewage' refers to wastewater, however, this is not the case. Essentially, sewage is a subset of wastewater, but not all wastewater is sewage. Sewage itself refers to the branches of wastewater that pass through toilets, or come from domestic & industrial circumstances - this includes but is not limited to; toilet water and waste, shower water, kitchen waste, organic matter, and industrial chemicals.