Sewage Treatment Plant(STP)
The first thought for anyone planning a new development should be getting connected to mains sewers. They are typically the most cost-effective and reliable method of dealing with your wastewater. However, getting a mains sewer connection isn’t always possible. In some scenarios, the distance from the nearest sewer or the layout of the land can make it impossible to have your property serviced by a mains sewer. That’s where sewage treatment plants and other alternatives come in. The operation of a sewage treatment plant means that you can have one installed almost anywhere, as long as you have an electrical connection.
The purpose of a sewage treatment plant is to treat the wastewater as thoroughly as practically possible – and, even though such plants can often deal with more waste than a septic tank, they will still need emptying from time to time. Over time, sludge can also build up in the system, so it’s important that a treatment plant is regularly maintained at least once a year or as you is advised by the installer.
Advantages of a sewage treatment plant• Reliable and unlikely to encounter problems with only regular maintenance
• Can be installed even on challenging or compact sites
• Cost-effective over time, with only installation, power and maintenance to pay for
Disadvantages of a sewage treatment plant• The plant needs a constant supply of electricity to run
• Will require professional maintenance annually, and in the unlikely event of problems
• Design and installation of the system needs to be undertaken professionally Here at Pumping Solutions, we’re not only ready and waiting to take your call and discuss your options and queries, we’re also dedicated to ensuring that your sewage treatment is reliable at all times.