Educational Establishments

Most of our work at schools and other establishments involves the installation of new sewage treatment plants for schools that have expanded beyond the capacity of their existing plants. These are often driven by a sudden realisation that to their surprise they have an old and dysfunctional plant. Possibly because of an Environment Agency visit!

We approach this work calmly and make sure we keep any regulator well informed of progress and the end point we are working to. First of all by using the UK flows and loads guidance, we can work out what new plant you need (with some scope for development allowed for). This will be based on your pupil and staff numbers and types of catering supplied. We then typically provide a design brief and then find the optimal treatment plant by approaching at least three to four of the UK’s main treatment plant suppliers. We have no ties or deals with any supplier. We simply advise on the best option for you – this might even involve installing new drainage and foul pumping station if the foul sewer is closer than thought rather than commissioning a new plant.

We’ll then sort out any planning or other regulatory permit required and can assist in tender and construction documents. We’ll even supervise the contractor with or for you. And if we find you have some other drainage or flooding problems, sort these out for you at the same time.

Please see what our clients say about us in this area of work.  

Related projects to Educational Establishments

The primary school in Cumbria became aware of the inadequacy of its existing sewage treatment plant as a result of a visit by their local Environment Agency officer.

In 2006, we sized and assisted with an installation of a new sewage treatment at a heritage site to update their foul drainage system.

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