Sewage treatment is the process of removing contaminants from wastewater by physical, chemical, and biological processes. Its objective is to produce a treated effluent that can be released into the environment.
Expert witness statements can be used to support legal disputes or help clarify arbitration issues including incorrectly installed equipment or non operational installations resulting in environmental pollution or nuisance.
FDAs can be used to assess the quality of the existing treatment system on site in order to meet Planning, Environment Agency or Building Control requirements. The assessment can also support insurance or legal claims.
A reed bed or constructed wetland is a natural form of domestic or industrial waste water treatment. Reed bed systems are an effective, sustainable and low maintenance method of sewage treatment.
Often money can be saved by using existing ground staff on site to install a new system. It is however very important that such installations are designed by a professional and the installation is supervised in order to meet all current legal regulations.
Often an existing system can be rectified and upgraded to meet current legal standards saving you money. Reasons including incorrectly designed or installed plant, a lack of secondary treatment or an increase in daily flow.