Residential Sewage Treatment Plant Systems

If you would like to speak to a member of our team about our residential sewage treatment systems and how they could benefit you then give us a call today on 0870 863 0123 for free advice and information.

Off Mains Drainage Solutions

It is not always possible to connect your property directly to the public sewer system, in these situations your property will need to have an off-mains drainage system put in place. Our off-mains drainage solutions will comprise of multiple components that will store, treat, separate and discharge off the waste that is leaving your property. When it comes to processing the waste the two most common units used are septic tanks and treatment plants. If you want to learn more about septic tanks please look at the septic tank page here for more information.

A treatment plant is a packaged system that will take the waste from a household and treat the water by a range of methods. This makes the treated water safe to discharge into a nearby watercourse or ditch if you have one. However, if you do not have a nearby watercourse then the treated water can be discharged into a soakaway.

 

Treatment plants can sometimes be overlooked in favour of using a septic tank, as in general they tend to be slightly more expensive to purchase. However, there can be little difference over a period of time due to the discharge options available to treatment plants. So, take advantage of our free consultation to find out what would benefit your situation and we can advise on the positives and negatives of all the options.

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At Below Ground Solutions, we have over 20 years of experience working within the drainage industry and we love to share our knowledge on treatment plants, so feel free to have a look at:

Treatment Plant Maintenance: Here you can find out more about the benefits of opting for a treatment plant.

Treatment Plant Jobs: Want to see some of the latest drainage jobs that we have carried out involving treatment plants?

Treatment Plant FAQ’s: Still confused about treatment plants? Relax and check out our frequently asked questions on the subject.