Septic tanks and cesspits are mostly used when properties are unable to connect to the mains sewer network, usually because of where they’re located.
The installation of these waste receptacles must be done by experts to protect public health and the environment.
There’s also existing and new regulation you must comply with. For example, since January 2020 septic tank discharges must not enter a watercourse because of pollution risks.
Here at Willpower Environmental we’re trained to do this specialist job in both domestic and commercial settings.
A septic tank collects waste and separates it into solid matter and wastewater. The solid waste is what a registered waste carrier – like Willpower Environmental – will take away for you around once a year. The wastewater will trickle away by itself to a nearby drainage field or soakaway system.
A cesspit is simply a sealed container, usually stored underground, that collects and holds waste. Therefore, it needs to be emptied and cleaned more regularly. In many situations, a cesspit is a temporary solution.
Our environmental waste professionals will advise you on what’s right for you.
Yes. Here at Willpower Environmental, we offer you an end-to-end installation service, so you only have one point of contact – making life 100% easier for you.
The installation of any waste collection and drainage solution must be done by trained professionals – like our team – who are specialists in this field of work.
We’ll manage your project from start to finish, and recommend the best solution, considering:
As you can imagine, being based in the centre of the country, our work takes us to a wide variety of environments serving both homeowners and commercial organisations.
From holiday and caravan parks in rural locations, to manufacturing premises in city centres – we handle it all.
If you’re looking to upgrade or install either a septic tank or a cesspit, please get in touch with our team today.
We’ll discuss your initial requirements and then follow up with a site visit to better understand what you need and the environment you’re in.