Our sewage treatment plant servicing teams maintain, repair and install a wide range of treatment plants. From small domestic units to large commercial sewage treatment plants we provide the same high-quality service for all our customers.
Our teams will arrange and carry out sewage treatment plant servicing, installation, repairs and maintenance with minimal disruption.
We operate across London and the South and guarantee our work, providing you with an immediate response as well as a professional and cost-effective service. We also offer a 24-hour emergency response service, 7 days a week.
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A sewage treatment plant is a great sewage disposal solution where there is no mains sewer connection available. You may ask ‘why do I need to maintain or service my sewage system?’ Servicing your system regularly will minimise equipment failure and helps keep your unit operating to its full capacity.
Our treatment plant service includes a full 22 point check to ensure everything, including your electrics, are left in perfect working order. Additionally, our engineers are qualified electricians and have specialist training including confined space entry.
Regularly maintaining your treatment plant helps to prevent any potential problems for the system. We recommend that you empty your plant at least every six to twelve months to remove solids that accumulate over time.
Our vacuum tankers can quickly remove and dispose of liquid waste from the system to allow for easy access to clean your plant and identify any problems that may require attention.
Call our friendly team on 0800 171 2204 or 01323 741818 for help and advice. We will discuss options with you and arrange a maintenance programme that suits your needs.
Our engineers are fully qualified and trained to maintain and service an extensive range of sewage treatment plants. We hold accreditations for ISO 9001, ISO 14001 and ISO 45001 and are licensed by the Environment Agency.
We will transport all liquid waste removed from your plant to a licensed facility for recycling prior to your service. This protects your duty of care and legal responsibility by ensuring no harm is done to the environment.
For more information on what a sewage treatment plant is and how they function, read our article ‘Sewage Treatment Plants – A Quick Insight’.
When you begin to notice problems with your drainage you may have a blockage, build-up of sludge or failing equipment. Generally, you will need maintenance, service or repairs to correct the problem.
A foul smell near your property may indicate poor effluent quality from the discharge pipes to the watercourse.
A white algae or fungus is a sign there is a maintenance issue and immediate repairs may be necessary. Your waste may be backing up your pipes to the house or you may see a spillage from your plant.
Take a look at our blog post on sewage treatment plant do’s and don’ts for more information on how to maintain your treatment plant