Sewage Installations

MKES can design, supply and install all types of sewerage treatment systems - you can get us to do one, two or all three, depending on your specific requirements.

Design

Design Sewerage SystemAfter completion of soil testing, MKES will design and recommend the most suitable sewerage system for your site conditions.

The design procedure includes detailed cross-sections through the entire waste-water treatment system, from the tank to the percolation area. Included as standard is a step-by-step method statement, ensuring that either the client or the client’s contractor have all the necessary information to construct and install the system themselves.

A site-specific treatment system proposal is also included as standard, although many local authorities are flexible when it comes to the installation of secondary treatment systems, and a brand name is not required at the planning permission stage.

  

Install

Install Sewerage Treatment SystemMKES can provide a full installation service, and in recent times has undertaken some of the following work:

- Replacement of old block-built septic tank with a new two-chambered tank and E.P.A. grade percolation area.

- Installation of a Bio-crete Unit and raised soil polishing filter.

- Installation of an Envirocare P6 gravity model and soil polishing filter.

- Installation of a Carlow Pre-cast Aquastar system and partially raised polishing filter.

 

If we are contracted to install a system, our professional expertise can ensure both a cost-effective and environmentally-sustainable solution. A quality installation is key to ensuring the long-term operation of the system.

 

Certification

Many local authorities now request that the on-site sewage system be certified by a suitably qualified person with professional indemnity insurance. The cert will require a photographic log of the installation, as well as an as-constructed cross-section through the system. MKES has carried out a number of these, and has been complimented by many local authorities on the quality and clarity of these certificates. A full cert of installation is best carried out when MKES are contracted to install the system as well.