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West Wales Waste engineer emptying a sewage treatment plant

What Size is My Sewage Treatment Plant? – West Wales Waste

Determining the size of your sewage treatment plant can be a challenging task, especially if you are not familiar with the waste management system on your property. However, knowing the size of your plant is crucial for organising the correct equipment and vehicle for emptying it. Ensuring your sewage treatment plant is appropriately managed not …

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When to know you need a waste management company to unblock your drain instead of a plumber

Blocked drains can be a homeowner’s worst nightmare. They’re not only a major inconvenience, but if left unaddressed, they can lead to significant and costly damage. You might think calling a plumber is the go-to solution for a blocked drain, but there are times when a waste management company is better equipped to handle the …

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Everything You Need to Know About Sewage Treatment Plants

Sewage treatment plants are indispensable for safeguarding the cleanliness and safety of our water supply. They play a pivotal role in removing harmful pollutants and contaminants from wastewater before its release back into the environment. In this article, we delve into sewage treatment plants, encompassing their purpose, operational principles, and the advantages of having one …

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How to Know Your Interceptor is Blocked

Interceptors are an essential part of any waste management system. They are designed to prevent harmful substances from entering the drainage system and causing damage to the environment. However, like any other system, interceptors can become blocked, leading to serious consequences. In this article, we will discuss how to know if your interceptor is blocked …

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Why You Should Consider a CCTV Drain Survey for Your Property

In the realm of property maintenance, prevention is always better than cure. This is especially true for the aspects of your property that you can’t see, such as your drainage system. A CCTV drain survey, often overlooked, is a crucial diagnostic tool that offers a clear view of what’s happening in pipes and drains beneath …

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Understanding Drain Lining: A Modern Solution for Drain Repair

At West Wales Waste, we’re committed to offering cutting-edge and environmentally friendly solutions for waste management and drainage system repairs. Drain lining, also known as cured-in-place pipe (CIPP) lining, is a cornerstone of our modern repair techniques, providing a less invasive, cost-effective alternative to traditional pipe repair methods. This article delves into the intricacies of …

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The Differences Between a Septic Tank, Cesspit, and Sewage Treatment Plant

When it comes to sewage disposal, understanding the available options is crucial for selecting the most suitable system for your needs. The most common methods include septic tanks, cesspits, and sewage treatment plants, each with unique features and benefits. This article explores these differences, helping you make an informed decision based on cost, maintenance, capacity, …

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