Sewage treatment plant service provider will offer a number of different sewage treatment plant options. After all, every client is different and, therefore, has different requirements when it comes to the type of system they need. Below, we will take a look at the various treatment plants in further detail.
The types of sewage treatment plant can be classified into the following types of system: trickling filter, non-electric filter, sequencing batch reactor (SBR), suspended media filters (SMF), suspended aerated filter (SAF), rotating disc system, and activated sludge plant (ASP). Each of these drainage solutions works in a different way, resulting in effluent of differing qualities. Furthermore, they cope with various types of usage to differing degrees of success. For example, some of the plants mentioned can tolerate being under-loaded, whereas others cannot. No matter what you choose, it is vital that the treatment plant can produce effluent of a quality that complies with the Environment Agency’s terms. It must either have a Permit to Discharge or an exemption from the Environment Agency, as well as an EN 12566-3 test certificate. Even if you are not looking for the services of a drainage company for sewage treatment plant installation, it is vital to know the type of plant you have in place when you buy a property, and you need to know how this system works. After all, it is your responsibility to maintain and service the sewage treatment plant correctly.
If you are looking for a sewage treatment plant service provider that can deliver you numerous types of sewage treatment plants and advise you on the best option for your needs, look no further than Environmental Drain Services Ltd. For more information, you can find us at http://www.eds.uk.com, or you can give us a call today on 01202 821340.