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Sewage Treatment Plants

MOODY SEWAGE DESIGNS AND INSTALLS ALL TYPES OF SEWAGE TREATMENT PLANTS & SYSTEMS

If you need new plant, either to replace an old one or as part of a development, then we can help.

  • We can advise what plant or system is best for you and your property
  • We take care of the whole process; from design, managing Environmental Agency Approvals and through to installation 

WHAT ARE TREATMENT PLANTS AND WHO ARE THEY FOR?

Sewage treatment plants are used by properties that can’t discharge their waste water into the mains sewage system

A sewage treatment plant will process the property’s waste water and release it into the local environment, without causing any pollution. 

Sewage treatment plants are used by households and businesses, big and small. 

There are two types of treatment plants:

1: Mechanical Sewage Plant

  • These are suited to locations where the treated waste-water can be discharged via a ‘soak-away’ or into ditch or gully
  • Wide range of makes and models, such as Sabre and Klargester
  • Can be built for new properties or replace failing tanks and plants
  • Can be used to replace septic tanks that are discharging sewage in the water course, as required by the Environment Agency 

 

sewage tank installation
Above ground Sabre
Typical Sewage System
Typical System/Plant

2:  Organic Sewage Plant

  • Organic sewage plants are commonly known as reed beds
  • They are seen as being very effective in cleaning waste water
  • Require very little maintenance when compared to other types of plants or systems
  • Reed beds are seen as the most environmentally friendly type of plant or system
  • Treated water will be released into the local environment via a soak-away, or into a ditch or gully, making them an effective surface water drainage system
  • Reed beds can be built for new developments or replace failing tanks and plants
  • Can be used to replace septic tanks that are discharging sewage in the water course, as required by the Environment Agency. 

 

Newly built Reed Bed
Established Reed Bed