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The History of Sewers

Posted on September 6, 2021

A sewer system is an essential element for any city and there have always been ways to dispose of waste generated within the home and more generally, in public. Where there are humans, there will be waste products, and to avoid diseases, bad smells and overcrowding, they need to be… Read more »

Cleaning Sewage Backup in an Emergency

Posted on April 12, 2021

Sewage backup is everyone’s biggest nightmare. And though none of us like to think about it, it’s important to understand how to clean sewage backup should it occur. If not treated properly, sewage backup can have a detrimental effect on your property and those who live in it. Read this… Read more »

The Difference Between Septic Tanks and Sewage Treatment Plants

Posted on February 5, 2021

If your building doesn’t have access to mains sewers, you’re probably going to be using a septic tank or a sewage treatment plant. Both of these things are similar and serve the same purpose, but to give you a better idea of the differences between a septic tank and a… Read more »

8 signs your sewage treatment plant isn’t working

Posted on November 30, 2020

A properly installed sewage treatment plant should run smoothly with little input from the owner and provide many years of service. With the help of wastewater experts to install your sewage treatment plant and carry out periodic maintenance to ensure all parts are working as they should, your plant will… Read more »

Tips to Make Your Home More Eco-friendly

Posted on April 15, 2020

Making choices that benefit the environment is more important now than ever. There are countless ways to make an impact — everything from hand washing your socks to changing what happens to your waste after you flush. There are various off-grid waste disposal systems that are better for the environment… Read more »

How to remove oil from water

Posted on July 17, 2019

It’s no secret that oil spills can have a catastrophic effect on the health and productivity of natural water bodies, affecting habitats, animals, plants, and humans. In this article, we’ll take a closer look at what causes oil spills, what the dangers are to the environment, and how oil can… Read more »

Why it’s important to refurbish sewage treatment plants

Posted on June 24, 2019

A sewage treatment plant is a premises where contaminants are removed from household sewage via physical, chemical, and biological processes so that the waste water is safe enough to release back into the environment. Sewage treatment plants are necessary to maintain basic hygiene and prevent the spread of diseases in… Read more »

How Dangerous Actually is Polluted Water for your Health?

Posted on February 27, 2019

Depending on how contaminated the water is, drinking untreated water will give you a stomach ache at the least. Unfortunately many people aren't so lucky as to only suffer with stomach pains, as polluted water kills approximately 2 million people a year. It also makes another 1 billion people a… Read more »

What is sewage actually made of?

Posted on December 3, 2018

A typical 4-person household generates around 400-500 litres of sewage a day. Sewage is made up of wastewater from our homes - specifically our appliances. Our baths, showers, toilets, washing machines, dishwashers and sinks are all responsible for sewage, and it’s not exactly a pleasant subject to think about. In… 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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