Sewage Treatment Plants Plymouth
If you are searching for a reliable company to supply and install sewage treatment plants in Plymouth, Devon and Cornwall, contact Drain & Tank Engineering Ltd for expert services at competitive prices. Our team can provide professional advice relating to your specific requirements and recommend and install the best sewage treatment plant to meet both your needs and budget. Our services are available to both commercial and residential clients, so to arrange an estimate, get in touch today.
Installations & Surveys
We provide sewage treatment plant installation across Devon and Cornwall. Whether you have an existing unit that needs replacing or require installation for the first time, our team of professional engineers will ensure expert installation services that meet your unique requirements.
Our engineers will consult with you to ensure the right unit is selected based on your circumstances. We install wastewater treatment plants from all the leading manufacturers including:
Sewage Treatment For Home
The government introduced a new environmental rule in 2015 that required all septic tanks that discharge into a watercourse to be replaced with a sewage treatment plant. Due to the nature of the waste that goes into a septic tank, the government and Environment Agency have taken these steps to ensure polluted water cannot enter a watercourse.
Call us now for expert advice and to arrange an estimate. Failure to replace or upgrade your septic tank can lead to hefty fines, so contact us today to see how we can help you.
We have been installing sewage systems for commercial and residential clients for over 20 years. As a result, you can trust us to provide knowledgeable and professional services. Our wastewater treatment plant services include:
- Initial consultation
- Ongoing maintenance
Sewage Treatment Installation
Depending on the size, location and complexity of the job, it can take between one to three weeks to complete the sewage treatment plant installation process. When your order is confirmed we will be able to provide you with a date for the commencement of the installation.
Sewage Treatment Plant Costs & Quotes
We welcome enquiries from commercial and domestic customers, so if you are considering sewage treatment plant installation or need your old sewage system replaced, get in touch to discuss your needs. We can visit your property and provide a professional survey followed by a written no-obligation estimate. Our prices are highly competitive, and we also provide ongoing maintenance contracts if required. So, contact us to see how we can help you.
Frequently Asked Questions
Functionally, the two are designed to achieve the same goal, but propose different methods of managing waste. A sewage treatment plan is more environmentally sustainable than a septic tank. As the name suggests, the water is treated to remove contaminates, whereas a septic tank merely separates water from waste. The waste then goes into a holding tank, unlike a treatment plant, where it is carried to a specialist facility. However, septic tanks are not reliant on an electricity source to function, whereas a sewage treatment needs a constant supply. It can be more demanding on your bills and a more costly investment in the long run.
Avoid anything that increases the risk of killing the microorganisms that work to break down your waste. This includes cleaning supplies and antibacterial products like bleach, hand sanitiser and other disinfectants. You should also abstain from non-biodegradable sanitary products and toiletries. As a rule of thumb, don’t put anything in your sewage treatment plant that you wouldn’t flush down your toilet or sink, if you didn’t have one. Food and oil should also be avoided for this reason.
You should empty it at least once a year, depending on the size and model of your sewage treatment system. Some can go 3-5 years before they need to be emptied. This is to prevent a buildup of sludge that can reduce the efficacy of the treatment process. If in doubt, follow the advice of your installer or contact us for more information on the specifics of your treatment system. Once the sludge has been collected, it will undergo further processing to remove dangerous bacteria that could pose a health risk. Then, it is safely disposed of and dealt with.
Contact Drain & Tank Engineering Ltd
For more information about our installation services for sewage treatment plants in Plymouth, Devon and Cornwall, please contact us. Our helpful and knowledgeable team are ready to answer any queries you may have.