Treatment of waste water is a must for all residential areas. If we did not treat waste water, the impact would be devastating, causing catastrophic damage to the environment and having a negative impact on wildlife and human health. So, what options are there for the treatment of residential waste water?
Biological processes have become popular over recent years, as there has been a lot of scientific research that has gone into this type of waste water treatment. This approach involves using bacteria to breakdown the components of waste water. One of the more traditional options is a septic tank. However, this is not a solution that everyone can benefit from nowadays, as there are some restrictions in place. You should talk to drainage specialists regarding whether your site is suitable for a septic tank, or whether you should consider different drainage solutions. Sometimes patented technology, chemical inputs, or flocculates are used to boost the processes of septic tanks. There are also chemical methods that are used, although a lot of people are skeptical about using these. These include the likes of chlorination, adsorption, and ion exchange. The attraction behind these methods is their cost effectiveness. However, most companies will recommend a combined approach, for example, a device using aerobic methods combined with mechanical components to make the process even more effective. The best thing to do is get in touch with an experienced company and they will advise on the right treatment for your property.
At Environmental Drain Services Ltd, we have numerous solutions available for the treatment of waste water, and we can advise on the best option for you. You can find out more about our business by heading to http://www.eds.uk.com. Alternatively, to discuss your requirements with our team, give us a call on 01202 821340.