For dwellings without access to mains drainage, and where a septic tank may not be suitable, a domestic treatment plant can provide reliable, efficient and environmentally-safe sewage disposal.
Once the sewage has been treated the resulting water can be released into a soakaway area or alternatively be sufficiently clean to run off into a watercourse.
They are particularly suited to:
Domestic treatment plants are normally buried underground, where they are encased in concrete. The hole is then backfilled, after which only the plant’s lid remains visible.