Our services, as with all our other systems, also spans everything from design through to installation, commissioning, and maintenance/servicing. We can manage Building Control, Welsh Water and Natural Resource Wales on your behalf. For us to propose the correct wastewater treatment system and service for your site, please send us as much information as you can about the use of the building, the number of people within the building, any consent to discharge documentation from the environment agency and any drainage layouts that you may have. We can then ensure that our proposal meets all relevant standards and planning criteria.
Advanced WWT System
The advanced WWT systems work in a very similar way to the one2clean system, using SBR technology, however, they provide additional modules for further treatment of the water and much more.
The one2clean system is a sewage treatment plant that will treat the water, so it is clean enough to be discharged into a watercourse. Whether the water can be used for irrigation depends on the local Water Authorities. The water discharged from the packaged treatment plant must meet the relevant British Standard which is BS EN 12566 for small sewage treatment plants and BS 6297:2007 for drainage fields. This does require a power source and will require emptying approximately every year. How often a system requires emptying depends on how frequently it is being used and the manufacturer’s guidelines. The sludge which builds up at the bottom of the tank must also be emptied in line with the manufacturer’s instructions.
Cesspool & Septic Tanks
A cesspool is a holding tank for wastewater that does not have an outlet. No treatment is carried out and it will need emptying a minimum of every thirty days (monthly). If it needs emptying more regularly than this then it is the wrong size for the property. A larger tank volume is required for a cesspool compared to a treatment plant. A septic tank includes a baffle to keep the solids in the inlet side of the tank. This uses a natural bacterial breakdown to separate the sludge and liquid. The liquid then passes over the baffle and is discharged via the outlet to a soakaway where the liquid effluent is dispersed into the soil and the waste is broken down. A septic tank needs emptying approximately every six months.
Large Commercial Advanced WWT system
The Large Advanced WWT systems are for more than 50 inhabitants and also use SBR technology. Click here for further information.
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