Bates Environmental Ltd feel that it is imperative to take care and maintain our sewage treatment plants.

A sewage treatment plant is a modern version of a septic tank, required by building regulations when new properties have been constructed. The primary tank works as the septic tank holding the solids and the second chamber is connected to a compressor pump to continuously aerate the effluent and provide full treatment to comply with the final effluent quality as set out by British governing bodies in normal domestic installations. Some units can pump the treated water to approved sewage disposal points when natural inverts are not available. Sewage treatment plants must still be emptied of solid waste at least once a year or as per manufacturer's guidelines.

It is a requirement as well as Bates Environmental Ltd recommendation that your treatment plant is serviced on a yearly basis. This is part of the Environment Agency Guidelines. Bates Environmental Ltd can provide you with a range of sewerage services to aid in the maintenance and sewage disposal of your sewage treatment plant.

In addition to our 24 hour / 7 days a week call-out service we also offer regular servicing and maintenance contracts for domestic and commercial customers. Regular servicing can help minimise the risk of an expensive disaster later. We have a large portfolio of customers who return to us time after time because of our prompt, reliable response.

With trained operatives, all uniformed and security card cleared, we are able to offer a fast and professional response to your emergency or drain maintenance needs. No job is too small or too large - we can dispatch one of our fleet of jetter vans or call upon a specialised 32 Tonne JetVac vehicle.

Maintenance Contracts

We offer regular inspection, servicing and maintenance contracts for domestic and commercial customers. Each contract is tailored to the requirements of the individual customer. To enquire about service contracts and maintenance agreements, please visit our contact us page.

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