Small treatment plants treat the volume of sewage at a rate of 0.5 up to 7.5 cubic metres per day, are are designed for Single Homes, Apartments, Hotels, Restaurants, Schools, Camping Sites.
Group schemes and commercial applications use the AT-75 to AT-400 biological reactors. The larger bio-reactors consist of anaerobic – anoxic, aeration zone and a secondary sedimentation tank.
We specialise in municipal waste water treatment.Our large scale plants treating the sewage to the highest levels can be found from China to Europe, in populations of up to 40,000.
AT series packaged residential waste water treatment plants treat sewage for domestic dwellings.
The treated waste water can be further discharged to surface or ground water (with authority permission) or,
as the case may be, reclaimed, using it for irrigation.
In compliance with requirements of European standard EN 12566-3, our residential wastewater treatment plant was subject to a long-term efficiency tests of purification, comprehensive tests of static resistance, watertightness, durability and the checking of dimensions and accessibility. After completing proof of its conformity, performing the initial tests of the type and introducing in-house control of the manufacturing plant, the manufacturer issued a declaration of conformity that is fully in compliance with the EU legislation. On completion of the process, the manufacturer is authorised to label its AT to 50 pop wastewater treatment plants with the CE mark of conformity.
The wastewater treatment plant consists of a polypropylene reactor with an inner built-in technological structure. The maximum achievable purification effect is based on the utilisation of low-load activation technology with aerobic sludge stabilisation. The AT wastewater treatment plant is covered with a removable, lockable PP cover. The plant uses a tried and tested system of continual biological purification of wastewater with an integrated accumulation of abruptly inflowing water. This technology is protected internationally by patent No. EP1919833. Our purification technology ensures the high quality of treated water as well as low investment and operating costs. The technology is also known under the international name of Vertical Flow Labyrinth – VFL®.
Domestic wastewater includes grey water and sewage from domestic dwellings. Grey water is defined as wastewater that comes from sinks and washing machines, i.e. the wastewater that contains some bleach and detergents. The grey water from your household is treated in the same way as sewage whereby it is collected in a septic tank and undergoes treatment either in a percolation area or in a secondary treatment unit prior to being discharged via a polishing filter to ground. Rainwater is not classified as grey water and therefore should not be discharged into your wastewater treatment unit.
When houses are not served by a public sewerage system, the wastewater from a house should be treated by a septic tank and percolation area or advanced wastewater treatment system. With new houses the type of system used is determined by testing ground/soil conditions at planning stage.
A modern septic tank system includes a double chamber tank and percolation area. Wastewater is partially digested by bacteria in the septic tank and the effluent then passes through a percolation area where effluent is further treated.
YES – grey water should in all circumstances be directed to the wastewater treatment system. Grey water is also a pollutant and if directed to the rain water system may cause contamination of waters. Take care with house extensions or alterations – don’t connect any wastewater pipes to the rain water disposal system.
NO – Roof and yard waters should not be connected to your wastewater treatment system. Clean water should be collected and discharged separately to a local watercourse or soakaway.
Uncontaminated water should be disposed of by means of a soak pit/soakaway. The soakaway should be designed in accordance with the guidance provided in BS8301 and in BRE Soakaway Design (1991). It should not be located within 5m of any dwelling and as far away as possible from the percolation area (at least a minimum of 5m separation distances should be used).
Some signs that your wastewater treatment system may not be working include the following:
Yes it is possible. If you suspect that your wastewater treatment system is affecting your well you should have it checked. If you are concerned you should contact your local authority’s Environmental Section or local Environmental Health Officer for advice.
If you suspect contamination of your well you need to have a full assessment of your wastewater treatment system carried out by a suitably qualified person.
“BioPro Ireland” is an Irish based company established in 2010 with head offices located in Greenogue Business Park, Rathcoole, County Dublin.
We specialise in the installation and servicing of sewage treatment systems in Ireland. Our sewage treatment systems are suitable for domestic, commercial and municipal use. They replace existing septic tanks and provide higher treatment for wastewater or septic tank effluent.
The BioPro unit is one of the easiest wastewater treatment plants I have ever fitted. It is lightweight, can be installed and commissioned in half a day, and more importantly it works!Martin KellsDirector, K.E. Liquid Solutions
When we looked at the quality of effluent that the BioPro unit provides, we didn’t require a percolation area and could get away with a direct discharge here in Northern Ireland. This quality is compatible with the ethos of our own products.John McClatchey Director, Green Future NI