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Can a septic tank freeze?

Posted on December 13, 2017

Particularly cold weather can be bad news for homeowners with a septic tank system. Icy temperatures can result in various components of a septic system running the risk of freezing up in the harsh conditions. Clearly, this will create problems for your home’s wastewater treatment capabilities and should be avoided… Read more »

Septic tank best practices

Posted on August 30, 2017

Septic systems are an ideal waste treatment solution for homes or businesses where mains drainage connection isn’t feasible. This waste management system is generally low maintenance but there are some guidelines you should follow to keep your septic tank working smoothly. In this article, we’ve broken down septic tank best… Read more »

What is the Difference Between a Septic Tank and a Soakaway?

Posted on October 31, 2016

Soakaways and septic tanks are both excellent methods of dealing with excess waste water. The two, however, have very different purposes, and are often used together to provide the best wastewater solution. The two systems can seem very similar to the general public, and differentiating between the two and choosing… Read more »

How Often Should Septic Tanks be Emptied?

Posted on September 30, 2016

Emptying a septic tank reduces the likelihood of spills that can impact on the environment and local wildlife, as well as reduce the risk of damage to your soakaway or filtering method. Septic tank emptying is also crucially important to remove any indigestible solids and sludge material that can cause… Read more »

Common Septic Tank and Soakaway Problems

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Septic tanks are a fantastic tool to manage and treat waste, and can usually be relied upon to effectively treat waste without the need for lots of maintenance. However, if you’re having troubles with your septic tank or soakaway unit, there are a few common problems that can occur that… Read more »

What is Klargester?

Posted on May 6, 2016

Drains and sewers are a necessary aspect of any premises, and keeping on top of them, ensuring their successful function is important should any issues occur. In this article we go through some of the information surrounding Klargester septic tanks and how they work to keep drains and sewers ticking… Read more »

Septic Tank Emptying Process

Posted on October 22, 2015

Septic tanks are available in a number of varieties, with the most common types being the traditional chamber septic tanks and the modern fibreglass tanks. With any tank, there is a process through which the septic waste is allowed to build up before being removed. Here, we explain this process,… Read more »

How a Septic Tank Works

Posted on January 29, 2015

Septic systems are mainly used in rural areas where access to public sewers is either unavailable or would be prohibitively expensive. If your property uses a septic system, then you need to register with the Environmental Protection Agency and you are responsible for ensuring that your system is functioning properly.… Read more »

Troubleshooting Common Septic Tank & Sewage Pump Problems

Posted on September 15, 2014

Article updated July 2017 If you have a septic tank or sewage pump installed as part of your wastewater system, you should be aware of its importance for all of your building’s plumbing. Although it is something that is easy to take for granted, without the proper maintenance septic tanks… 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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