Installing Septic Tanks and Sewage Treatment Plants
When it comes to off mains drainage, you want compliance, experience and professionalism. With our sewage treatment plant installation and septic tank installation service we can deliver all of this to homeowners living in the South of England.
Compliant Sewage Treatment Plant Installations
More often than not, sewage treatment plants are a replacement for failing septic tanks. As it is becoming common for local councils to require increasing ecological standards from septic systems, sewage treatment plants are becoming the first choice for sewage treatment thanks to their eco-friendly drainage process.
Sewage treatment plants purify the waste thoroughly, eventually emitting almost clean water. Therefore, they are a more environmentally friendly sewage treatment option, hence why they are fast becoming a preferred method of drainage.
With an experienced team of engineers, we can deliver industry leading sewage treatment plant installations so you can be assured your off mains drainage is safe, compliant with regulations and eco-friendly.
The Installation Process
After you contact our team, our first stage is to visit your property and conduct a site survey. Following this we can provide you with the best sewage treatment options for your home. From where your system should be installed to the size of system you need, we know it all.
After deciding on the correct system for your home we will carry out an expert and professional installation. All sewage treatment plant installations are carried out by our team of experienced and fully trained engineers, allowing us to deliver compliant and safe installations with minimal hassle.
From initial enquiry right through to the installation, you know you’re in safe hands with our drainage services.
Sewage Treatment Plant Installation FAQ’s
How do sewage treatment plants work?
A Sewage Treatment Plant consists of 4 main operations:
Within the tank:
Solid waste is broken down by bacteria and self-cleans
The result is filtered into the liquid waste.
✔️ Aeration is achieved by injecting compressed air into the liquid section, which generates bacteria.
✔️This bacteria then works to clean the liquid effluent to almost drinking water standards. However, you must not ingest this.
The cleanliness of the liquid sewage exiting the Sewage Treatment Plant has been approved by the Environment Agency to allow for dispersal into a running ditch, streams and lakes with flowing water. Therefore, this provides an eco-friendly alternative to filtering raw sewage through the ground.
However, where any of these options are not available the clean effluent should go into a new drainage field and, in extreme cases a bore hole with the appropriate permit from the EA.
What type of sewage treatment plant do I need?
The type of Sewage Treatment Plant you need depends on a number of variables: the size of property, how many occupants, domestic or commercial, availability of dispersal medium and cost.
At Proseptic we manage the process of choice, making customer’s decisions as simple as possible. Our expert advisers visit prospective customers at no additional cost to explain what sewage treatment system is appropriate and legal for the property’s ground conditions.
We always recommend the best system for the task and individual circumstances and endeavour to offer a number of options covering the complete range of treatment plants. We also explain all type and cost variants to you.
What does our sewage treatment plant installation service include?
As part of our aim to continue increasing our exemplary customer service standards, we will:
✔️ Engage with the building inspector for final approval and issue of a Building Regulations
✔️ Certificate after the installation of a sewage treatment system
✔️ Offer our optional 5-year annual servicing and maintenance contract following a sewage treatment plant installation
✔️ Provide the following documents
✔️ A 2-year groundwork guarantee on all drainage system installation and construction work.
✔️ A customer file containing all manufacturer’s instructions and warranties.
✔️ A Certificate of Completion for the installation – as required by law.
✔️ A Part P Electrical Connection Certificate.
✔️ A Maintenance Schedule – as required by the EA for the upkeep of the tank.
How do I look after my sewage treatment plant once installed?
Once your new sewage treatment plant has been installed, you will need to make sure the system continues to run correctly for years to come with regular servicing and maintenance. Take a look at our sewage treatment plan Dos and Don’ts to learn how best to look after your plant.
Benefits of Proseptic
No obligation sewage treatment plant advice
- If you are have any questions about installing a sewage treatment plant or are unsure if your existing septic system meets the latest regulations, please get in touch. Our friendly, expert team are always happy to share our drainage expertise to help you make the right decisions.
Fitted by expert engineers
- Our engineers have extensive experience in the sewage treatment industry. Therefore, you know that all sewage treatment surveys, inspections, installations and on-going maintenance will be conducted professionally. We pride ourselves on our customer service which is why most of our work actually comes from client referrals.
What you can expect from Proseptic
- Our customers are more than a sales opportunity. We want your sewage treatment plant to work for you. Therefore, we deliver all sewage treatment plant installations with quality, efficiency and minimal hassle.
- We endeavour to explain all sewage treatment options to you so that you can feel confident and make an informed decision, armed with all the information available.