Waste management is an integral part of daily life. For areas and premises hosting large numbers of people in partly or entirely remote areas, this is particularly important, and can have added difficulties and technicalities. Sewage treatment plants are designed to effectively treat sewage and transport it safely off your premises, where it can be properly disposed of into the surrounding environment. This is necessary if your business or home is not connected to a main sewer; here at ASAP Septic Tanks, we host a range of these sewage pump systems. Today we will be taking a look at our stock of sewage treatment plants, why you may need one, and their compliance with health and safety regulation.
Sewage Treatment Systems
A sewage treatment plant is different to a septic tank. In sewage treatment systems, sewage is fed into a mechanical system installed underground and out of sight, where it is treated. After the treatment process is complete, the sewage is clean enough to be dispelled into the surrounding ground or water – depending on where it is installed – without causing harmful polluting contamination. This is a highly important process, as failing to treat sewage properly can be harmful to the plant life and wildlife in the surrounding environment, and even to human health and wellbeing.
Who needs one?
For those with houses residing in more rural areas, it is more likely that the house will not be connected to a main sewer. Our commercial sewage treatment systems will allow your household to continue running smoothly and effectively, by taking care of all the output waste products. The 4 bedroom Clearwater Biotec Sewage Treatment System, for instance, is an excellent choice for houses with up to six inhabitants.
As well as domestic sewage treatment plants, we also provide commercial sewage treatment systems. The 25 person Clearwater Biotec Sewage Treatment System is a good choice for smaller businesses and commercial spaces. Caravan parks can also benefit from our treatment plants that cater for up to 300 people available on request.
For larger requirements, our industrial sewage treatment systems are able to process much more significant quantities of waste. Each of these sewage treatment types meets the most recent health and safety standards, which you can read more on below.
Rules and regulations
Our range of sewage treatment systems here at ASAP Septic Tanks are fully compliant with the latest rules and regulations set by the British government and environment agencies. For instance, they meet the EN 12566 standard and are compliant with up to date Building Regulations. Furthermore, they are built to process sewage safely in order to not cause pollution of any kind. As well as this, they adhere to the necessary maximum cubic metres of waste to be processed each day, and will receive treatment from us as a sewage treatment plant.
Get in touch
If you have any remaining questions on our sewage treatment plants, please do not hesitate to reach out and contact us; you can send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you prefer to speak to someone from our team at ASAP Septic Tanks directly, you can give us a call at 01623 232 240.