Clearwater Septic Tanks
Clearwater septic treatment plants have been designed to be able to meet both the installation requirements, as well as the standards of discharge specified by BS 6297: 1983 and the standard Certificated to European Standard EN-12566.
Clearwater tanks are best for single houses and provide a well equipped aerobic biological process for the treatment of waste. Septic tanks contain two to three chamber systems that allow sewage to be retained from a property for a long enough period of time for aerobic conditions to take place and allow the solids to form into a sludge at the base of the tank, where it can be then broken down slowly. The remaining liquid in the tank will then overflow through an outlet pipe into a drainage field.
Clearwater septic tanks are designed to dispose of sewage from domestic properties where connections to the main sewage line is not available. The septic tanks all achieve a high standard of settlement and produce a quality of effluent for discharge to a land drainage system.
Once permission to install a septic tank has been given, it should be remembered that caution and consideration should still be taken with regard to the effect that prolonged discharge of any untreated effluent will have on the constructed drainage field.
For further information on the Clearwater Septic Treatment plants, please refer to Pages 4 & 5 of the the following brochure.
Clearwater Pollution Control Brochure