West Wales Waste Ltd, Room F1, Captain Superintendents Building, Admiralty Way, The Dockyard, Pembroke Dock SA72 6TD.

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Welcome to West Wales Waste

West Wales Waste is a drainage and wet waste specialist. The services we offer include septic tank, cesspool, cesspit and sewage treatment plant emptying. We also specialise in drain maintenance, including drain unblocking, CCTV drainage inspection surveys and drain repairs. Using the latest generation of digital inspection equipment.

We will do the legwork, providing you with all legal paperwork making sure you are compliant with Environment Agency regulations, giving you complete peace of mind.

We offer a friendly, local and affordable service and we can reach just about any location in West Wales in under an hour for emergency call outs. So, when you’re faced with an emergency and live in Pembrokeshire, Carmarthenshire, Swansea or the surrounding areas, we encourage you to give us a call.

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About Waste Management Systems

What is a Septic Tank?

The system usually comprises of two chambers. The first chamber holds all incoming wastewater and all solids are ‘encouraged’ to settle at the bottom of the tank where they will be decomposed by the septic bacteria through anaerobic digestion. Bacteria in the tank is vital to the biological process.

What is a Cesspit?

A Cesspit waste management system tends to store all wastewater collected in a tank found underground in close proximity to the property which is then emptied on a regular basis. In short, it simply stores waste rather than treats the wastewater like its forerunner, the septic tank.

What is a Sewage Treatment Plant?

The sewage treatment plant process is known to be the most environmentally friendly because it basically encourages the growth of bacteria to break down sewage by circulating air through the system to produce a much cleaner effluent.


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Room F1, Captain Superintendents Building, Admiralty Way, The Dockyard, Pembroke Dock SA72 6TD.
01646 629089