October 24, 2019The growth in global wealth and population means our wastewater contains increasing amounts of plastic particles, dangerous chemicals and toxic substances that can threaten water and food security, as well as human and animal health.
May 29, 2019Are you looking for more information on sewage treatment plants or are thinking of installing one? Here at CountyClean Group we love to help out as much as possible so have put together this article on everything you need to know!
January 14, 2019Here’s some vital information regarding septic tank systems and how to maintain them to keep things flowing smoothly. The following infographic helps to explain how a typical domestic septic tank works which are very common in rural properties.
October 1, 2018Health and safety risks can be mitigated by having well managed waste disposal services in place, as a fatberg formed by the incorrect disposal could cause significant disruption to businesses and residents. We work around the clock to help clear blockages.
May 21, 2018The world’s biennial leading trade fair for smart and innovative environmental technologies, iFAT, ran from 14th to 18th of May at Messe München and was host to 3,305 exhibitors who welcomed over 142,000 expert visitors from 160 countries.
January 16, 2018Here, Debbie & Mike Walker provide an account of their company’s achievements throughout 2017. Following the exciting opening of our new liquid waste recycling facility in Felbridge, new vehicles and brand new office premises!
November 18, 2016For most, going to the toilet comes as second nature and we hardly think about our actions, flushing and forgetting in most instances. Even the Queen does it… (Allegedly), but for others; the act of going to the toilet is a staggeringly different proposition.
May 15, 2015Beaches in Blackpool, Ilfracombe, Hastings and Margate are among those set to fail new safety standards for bathing water quality in 2015 despite bathing water quality at public swimming spots being cleaner than ever last year.
January 7, 2015Bill Gates, the co-founder of Microsoft has spent time at a mini sewage treatment plant and sampled the clean drinking water from sewage, produced as a by-product from producing electricity from sewage sludge. The sewage treatment plant produces electricity and clean drinking water.