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What is a surface water drainage system?

Posted on July 30, 2018

What is a surface water drainage system? There are two sources of water which a domestic drainage system needs to handle: foul water and surface water. As mentioned in a previous article, the foul water drainage system handles all the wastewater emitted from appliances in your home - from toilets… Read more »

What is foul water drainage?

Posted on July 28, 2018

In your home, there will be two types of drainage system in place: foul water drainage and surface water drainage. Many people aren’t aware that they will likely have two systems, nor will they understand what the two systems do. So, in this article, we’ll be explaining the basics about… Read more »

How winter weather can damage drainage

Posted on December 14, 2017

During the winter months your drainage system can become victim to harsh, cold weather conditions. Most of the time, taking simple precautionary measures will keep your pipework in good working order. However, if you have an old system, one which has been poorly installed, or you are simply unfortunate enough… Read more »

6 Signs You Might Have A Collapsed Drain

Posted on May 25, 2017

Drain trouble can be the source of lingering disruption throughout any property. Sometimes, it’s tough to figure out what the problem might be - or if there is a problem in the first place - but leaving a damaged drain for too long can end up being very costly to… Read more »

New Build Homes in the UK Putting Pressure on Drainage

Posted on March 29, 2017

In an effort to alleviate the UK’s housing crisis, the government are aiming to build 1 million new homes by 2020. While this effort could make things easier for upcoming generations, there are fears that a rush for new homes may lead to increased flood risk throughout the UK. In… Read more »

How to Clear Blocked Gullies

Posted on August 13, 2016

If your gullies are draining slowly or are starting to overflow, it is a clear sign that there is a blockage somewhere. A blocked gully can be hugely problematic, causing flooding that can damage your property and garden. A blockage can easily occur in a gully, due to rubbish and… Read more »

Why Are My Drains so Smelly?

Posted on August 6, 2016

Foul smelling drains are a common problem for households and businesses across the country, leaving many feeling uncomfortable and frustrated with their drains. We often get asked what causes the vile odour, and what can be done to remedy it, so this month we’ve put together this handy guide on… Read more »

What Causes a Collapsed Drain?

Posted on August 2, 2016

A collapsed drain can be a nightmare situation for homeowners and business owners alike, resulting in blockages and overflowing drains that can look and smell awful as well as reduce the hygiene of your premises. If your drain has collapsed, it is crucial you identify and tackle the problem as… Read more »

My Water Supply Has Stopped Working?

Posted on July 10, 2016

If the water in your home or business suddenly stops working, whether it’s from frozen pipes, a leak, contaminated or dirty looking water or a burst pipe, it can be very disruptive to day-to-day life and a very stressful situation to deal with. If you’re unsure what to do if… Read more »

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Farm Slurry Systems

Learning to manage animal waste efficiently forms part of helping your business to grow and flourish, as you draw on resources that are readily available, and farm slurry systems provides the ideal way to achieve this. Read More »

  • Design
    As wastewater specialists, we can design a system that is tailored around your individual needs.

  • Supply
    Once a design has been created we will supply and install it safely at your premises.

  • Maintenance
    We are on hand to carry out any maintenance duties to avoid unwanted problems in the future.

  • Repairs
    Our wastewater engineers are highly trained to perform any repairs necessary to keep your system working efficiently.

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