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Sewage Treatment Plants

Please note - All of our Sewage Treatment Plants Automically Qualify for 10% Discount

Sewage treatment plants are designed to remove bacteria and other contaminants from waste water. The method of treatment can be physical, biological or chemical or a mixture of all three, depending upon the sophistication of the system in question. The aim of the treatment plant is to produce an environmentally safe effluent and a solid waste that can be disposed of or re-utilised as fertiliser.

Drainage Sales sell a wide range of Sewage Treatment Plants from market-leading brands such as Graf, Clearwater and WPL. Sewage Treatment Plants are used in properties that are not connected to a mains drainage system. They collect effluent from household foul drainage systems (WC's, Kitchens, Bathrooms etc) and usually separate it into two chambers, solid and liquid.

How Sewage Treatment Plants Work

The liquid (effluent chamber) is treated using a variety of mechanical and/or chemical processes depending upon the specific system, stimulating helpful bacteria which "clean" the effluent. The resultant "cleaned" liquid, which is generally around 95% clean water, can then be returned to a ditch or natural watercourse. The remaining sludge is removed from the solid chamber by specialist companies on a regular basis as required.

Sizing of Sewage Treatment Plants

STP's are sized on the amount of persons living in the property or properties that use the STP. Often the treatment plant will be connected to a number of common properties, so we currently offer systems that are up to 55 person occupancy.

Pumped and Gravity Fed

Most STP's have either a gravity fed or pumped option for disposing of the cleaned water. With our Graf and Clearwater Sewage Treatment Plants, an optional pump can be purchased for use with the standard gravity outlet plant. With the WPL tanks there are individual tank options for either pumped or gravity fed.

Delivery

Please allow seven days for delivery of this product.

Please contact us if you require further details on any of these products.

 

Sewage treatment plants are designed to remove bacteria and other contaminants from waste water. The method of treatment can be physical, biological or chemical or a mixture of all three, depending upon the sophistication of the system in question. Read more about Sewage Treatment Plants

What Are Sewage Plants For? - The aim of the treatment plant is to produce an environmentally safe effluent and a solid waste that can be disposed of or re-utilised as fertiliser. Sewage Treatment Plants are used in properties that are not connected to a mains drainage system. They collect effluent from household foul drainage systems (WC's, Kitchens, Bathrooms etc.) and usually separate it into two chambers, solid and liquid.

How Sewage Plants Work - The liquid (effluent chamber) is treated using a variety of mechanical and/or chemical processes depending upon the specific system, stimulating helpful bacteria which "clean" the effluent. The resultant "cleaned" liquid, which is generally around 95% clean water, can then be returned to a ditch or natural watercourse. The remaining sludge is removed from the solid chamber by specialist companies on a regular basis as required.

Sizing of Sewage Treatment Plants - STP's are sized on the number of persons living in the property or properties that use the STP. Often the treatment plant will be connected to a number of common properties, so we currently offer systems that are up to 55-person occupancy.

Pumped & Gravity Fed - Most STP's have either a gravity fed or pumped option for disposing of the cleaned water. With our Graf and Clearwater Sewage Treatment Plants, an optional pump can be purchased for use with the standard gravity outlet plant. With the WPL tanks there are individual tank options for either pumped or gravity fed.

Delivery - Please allow seven days for delivery of this product.

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Graf Sewage Treatment Plant One 2 Clean 5 Person

Code: 106851

£2,098.95 ex.VAT

Graf Sewage Treatment Plant One 2 Clean 7 Person

Code: 106852

£2,238.60 ex.VAT

Graf Sewage Treatment Plant One 2 Clean 9 Person

Code: 106853

£2,379.30 ex.VAT

Graf One 2 Clean Turret Extension Piece

Code: 371003

£147.00 ex.VAT

Graf One 2 Clean Pumped Outlet Option 1-7 Persons

Code: 5-POC

£488.25 ex.VAT

Graf One 2 Clean Pumped Outlet Option 9 Persons

Code: 9-14POC

£630.00 ex.VAT

Graf One 2 Clean Option Exterior Plastic Cabinet

Code: 107773

£141.75 ex.VAT

Clearwater Sewage Treatment Plant 6 Person

Code: E6

£1,977.15 ex.VAT

Clearwater Sewage Treatment Plant 12 Person

Code: E12

£2,740.50 ex.VAT

Clearwater Sewage Treatment Plant 18 Person

Code: E18

£4,026.75 ex.VAT

Clearwater Pumped Outlet

Code: CPO

£315.00 ex.VAT

Dms 2 Diamond Sewage Treatment Plant

Code: DMS2

£2,205.00 ex.VAT

Dms 2 Diamond Sewage Treatment Plant

Code: DMS2P

£2,969.40 ex.VAT

Dms 3 Diamond Sewage Treatment Plant

Code: DMS3

£3,465.00 ex.VAT

Dms 3 Diamond Sewage Treatment Plant

Code: DMS3P

£3,915.45 ex.VAT

Dms 4 Diamond Sewage Treatment Plant

Code: DMS4

£4,016.25 ex.VAT

Dms 4 Diamond Sewage Treatment Plant

Code: DMS4P

£4,464.60 ex.VAT

Dms 5 Diamond Sewage Treatment Plant

Code: DMS5

£4,882.50 ex.VAT

Dms 5 Diamond Sewage Treatment Plant

Code: DMS5P

£5,034.75 ex.VAT

Dmc 6 Diamond Sewage Treatment Plant

Code: DMS6

£6,573.00 ex.VAT

Dmc 7 Diamond Sewage Treatment Plant

Code: DMS7

£7,932.75 ex.VAT

Dmc 8 Diamond Sewage Treatment Plant

Code: DMS8

£9,448.95 ex.VAT

Dmc 9 Diamond Sewage Treatment Plant

Code: DMS9

£11,025.00 ex.VAT
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