Need a wastewater treatment plant for your home? If you are living in an area that is not connected to a council sewer, you need to treat the wastewater on-site. This can be achieved by using a septic tank, sewage treatment system or a septic tank with a sand filter.
Express wastewater provides installation, repairs and maintenance of these three types of wastewater treatment systems . We know that wastewater treatment plants can be confusing and expensive. That's why we want to make it easy for you by walking you through the process every step of the way. From design to installation, we will be there with you every step of the way. And our expert technicians will make sure that your plant is perfect for your property. Call us today for a free 30-minute wastewater treatment phone consultation.
Call us at 1300 770 594 or fill out the form and we will get in touch with you as soon as possible.
If your property is not connected to the municipal sewage system, the treatment and disposal of the wastewater must occur on your property.
There are 3 main types of wastewater treatment systems:
The wastewater that we collect from our houses is carried through pipes to the underground septic tanks. It must be ensured that these tanks are maintained properly so as to ensure proper functioning. Once the tank is filled up, sewage water comes out from it and enters the absorption trench or leach field system.
A Septic tank is the most well-known component of a septic system. The process a septic tank utilises is quite simple - some of the matter (ie. grease and fats) float to the top of the tank and form a scum layer, whilst the rest of the broken down solids (sludge) sinks to the bottom of the tank.
Find out more about septic systems - How Does A Septic Tank Work?
Treat your wastewater to a higher standard with the help of a septic sand system . The sand acts as an excellent filtering agent and it is used as a secondary treatment process.
The sand septic system works like a conventional septic system. Once the water is treated in the septic tank, the effluent is distributed evenly throughout the sand bed. The effluent seeps down into the gravel and sand. Here, the effluent is treated further by microbes and sand.
Microbes in the soil absorb some of the nutrients present in the wastewater and the sand filters out the solids. The treated water is of better quality and can be reused and recycled.
Find out more about septic sand systems - How Do Septic System Sand Filters Work?
A sewage treatment plant treats water by both primary and secondary treatment methods. They utilise secondary treatment methods including aeration, clarification and disinfection to treat the water to a higher standard. The treated water can be used on gardens and lawns.
Find out more about septic sand systems - How does a Home Sewage Treatment Plant work?
When it comes to wastewater treatment plants, there's no best system only the system that works best for you and your property. Our expert technicians will assess your property and make recommendations that suit your wastewater requirements and budget. A detailed quote will be prepared for your project and once you are satisfied we will design the system. The wastewater design will be submitted to the local council for approval and once received the wastewater treatment plant installation project will get underway.
Does your wastewater system need repairs? We know that wastewater systems can be a headache to deal with, which is why we offer repairs and maintenance for our clients. No job is too big or too small for us - we'll take care of everything for you.
You deserve the best service possible, and that's what we aim to provide. Our expert technicians are available 24/7 to help you with whatever you need. We want to make sure your wastewater system is running smoothly - so you can focus on the things that matter most to you. Contact us today for a free consultation!
For more information on home wastewater treatment systems, contact us today on 1300 770 594 . Alternatively, complete our online booking form and we will be happy to help. We look forward to hearing from you.