Sewage Treatment Plants

Sewage Treatment Plants

Essentially, a sewage treatment plant operates by circulating air to encourage the growth of bacteria to break down sewage. The goal is to deliver much cleaner, more environmentally friendly effluent. It involves a similar process to a typical septic tank but has some key differences. Sewage treatment plants, depending on their size, can treat the waste of commercial properties or a number of domestic dwellings.

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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

As you can see, the biggest disadvantage of having a sewage treatment plant is that you are relying heavily on maintenance from a professional company. This means that you’ll have to wait for any problems, however unlikely they are, to be resolved, and also makes choosing the supplier of the service absolutely crucial.

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 Sai Treat, we’re not only ready and waiting to take your call and discuss your options and queries, but we’re also dedicated to ensuring that your sewage treatment is reliable at all times.