Domestic sewage treatment plants
Browse through our range of sewage treatment systems. We stock industry-leading manufacturers, including Harlequin and Tricel. Sewage water treatment is the process of removing contaminants from wastewater and household sewage water. Domestic sewage treatment systems are used when it is not possible to install a septic tank. The treatment process of the wastewater is that the food waste, domestic wastewater and more passes through the system from housing developments into the septic tank. Here, the wastewater treatment plants begin to break down the organic matter through its activated sludge process – ultimately producing sewage effluents.
Waste Water Treatment Plants Explained
Sewage can be treated close to where it is created (in septic tanks and their associated drainage fields or sewage systems, or collected and transported via a network of pipes and pump stations to a municipal treatment plant. These plants are low maintenance and have low running costs. The sewage effluents is discharging directly into the select areas without posing a flood risk. Discharges from treatment plants are usually diluted in rivers, lakes, or estuaries. They can also, after sterilisation, be used for certain types of irrigation (such as golf courses or discharged through underground outfalls into the sea - treated water isn't recommended to be drinking water.
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