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Sewage Treatment Plants

We install and repair all sizes of treatment plant, from small systems for individual homes to very large systems for hotels. Whatever treatment plant you need we have the skills and experience to guide you though the myriad of options and ensure that you get the right system for your needs.

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Your questions answered:

What do sewage treatment plants do?
Sewage treatment is the process of removing contaminants from wastewater and household sewage water. Click here for our range of sewage treatment plants. … Its aim is to produce an environmentally safe sewage water, called effluent, and a solid waste, called sludge or biosolids, suitable for disposal or reuse.

What are the main steps in sewage treatment?
  1. Step 1: Screening and Pumping. The incoming wastewater passes through screening equipment where objects such as rags, wood fragments, plastics, and grease are removed. …
  2. Step 2: Grit Removal. …
  3. Step 3: Primary Settling. …
  4. Step 4: Aeration / Activated Sludge. …
  5. Step 5: Secondary Settling. …
  6. Step 8: Oxygen Uptake. …
  7. Sludge Treatment.
What are the different types of sewage treatment plants?
  • Activated sludge plant (ASP)
  • Rotating disc system.
  • Submerged aerated filter (SAF)
  • Suspended Media Filters (SMF)
  • Sequencing batch reactor (SBR)
  • Non-electric filter.
  • Trickling filter.
Can sewage be used as fertiliser?
After treatment and processing, biosolids can be recycled and applied as fertiliser to improve and maintain productive soils and stimulate plant growth. … By treating sewage sludge, it becomes biosolids which can be used as valuable fertiliser, instead of taking up space in a landfill or other disposal facility

Is Your Septic Tank Compliant?

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Areas Covered: Staffordshire, Derbyshire, Shropshire, West Midlands, Cheshire

Why Choose Us
  • Comprehensive service
  • Emergency Call Out
  • 24 Hour Service
  • Credit / Debit Cars Accepted
  • Maintenance Contracts Available
  • Check a Trade approved 9.8 average review
  • Specialist knowledge in 2015 Binding Rules Compliance

Very Helpful

Installed a bio digester. Staffordshire Septic were very helpful, professional and have fitted the system with total success.

Zachary Titteron

Survey of septic tank and associated drainage.

Excellent communication prior to the septic tank survey. Punctual and reliable. Explained things in an easy to understand way. Very knowledgeable, honest and factual. Very polite and courteous. I would highly recommend this company and will use again.

Customer in Bilston

Installation of new septic tank and soakaway. Correction of existing drainage issues.

First rate service. Highly recommended. Kept well informed throughout. Competent and committed company with a workforce that ensures they get things right from the outset. These are the guys to sort out your septic tank and drainage issues!

Urgent investigatory works into blocked septic tank and soakaway.

Absolutely brilliant. Call for help to vulnerable persons at this address. Came straight out and identified fully what the problem was. Took time to fully explain and demonstrate this to me. Provided temp fix. Gave me complete confidence to ask him to undertake the necessary works without the need to go out to another competent contractor who specialises in this area. Fully recommend.

Cleared very blocked sewage drains.

Septic tank sewage plant.

Did mine and then my neighbour used him. Very polite and did a good job.

Investigate Septic Tank Problems and Install New Soak Away

James and his team came to investigate why our septic tank kept backing up, they quickly identified the problem and gave us options to remedy the issue. Once we instructed them to carry on the work required they quickly and efficiently installed a new 7000 litre soak away pit leaving the site extremely clean and tidy.

I cannot recommend them enough, if you have any problem at all to do with drainage then call James now.

Julian Salmon