- Posted: December 10, 2020Read more »
After understanding how much an installation project will cost up front, it is also important to have a good idea as to the running costs of your system so that there are no hidden surprises over the years.
- Posted: November 28, 2020Read more »
When thinking about costs, the project itself can be broadly broken into specification, planning, purchasing, groundworks and commissioning.
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Oxygen is an essential ingredient for the health of your valuable and cherished koi carp, but also for the overall health of the pond itself.
- Posted: November 05, 2020Read more »
It goes without saying that the safety of the site team, customers and any third parties involved with an install project is the most important consideration: this article does not aim to be exhaustive or a replacement for a fully thought through health and safety policy however it aims to stimulate some thought around the issues that are more specific to a sewage treatment project than with generic groundwork and construction.
Before discussing the particular risks associated with a typical domestic treatment plant installation, it is worth a quick review of the processes and planning that surround day to day site work: All ISO compliant health and safety systems have at their core a cycle of continuous improvement. A management system should make the right environment and structure for those working within it to naturally behave in the right fashion, reviewing outcomes, implementing and embedding
- Posted: October 26, 2020Read more »
MPC Services works with domestic and commercial customers to keep their waste water systems running properly. The obvious benefits include proper operation, reduced risk of failure, and controlling your long term costs. For properties with off-grid sewage handling, whether septic tanks or active treatment plants, customers work with us to meet environmental compliance requirements. Done well, on site sewage handling can improve your property and be cheaper long term than connecting to mains.
What's that "environmental compliance" bit…
...why does the Environment Agency care? and why should those of us who enjoy the country's waterways care - whether walking alongside, swimming in, or boating along?
River biodiversity relies on rain water running o
- Posted: October 22, 2020Read more »
Everyone responsible for a property with a septic tank, or purchasing an estate with a tank was required by law to be compliant with the new legislation by January 2020
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When it comes to what you can and should flush down any toilet, the list is actually very small. All toilets are designed to take your organic waste (stools and urine); you should be able to flush down unused soft food like soup or porridge; some can handle toilet paper (all on mains drainage should) and that is it.
- Posted: October 10, 2020Read more »
When considering the purchase of a house with a septic tank, it is wise to read up on just what it will mean for you. There is no need to be afraid, but rather a necessity to be well informed so that you don’t accidentally breach the rules and regulations.
- Posted: September 16, 2020Read more »
Any system will only carry on functioning at its optimum capacity with a bit of care and attention and this is never truer than with treatment plants and pump stations.
- Posted: September 16, 2020