Septic Tanks & Treatment Plants

We have qualified and experienced engineers who have the necessary skills to install new Septic Tanks & Treatment Plants into your home.

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septic tanks

Septic Tanks

All of your sewage usually go through the main sewerage system. A septic tank will provide you with a sewage system separate to this.


Treatment Plants

There are many businesses and households that are in the unfortunate position where they do not have a main connection to the public sewage system.



Common soakaways are constructed via long trench lines filled with a clean stone and have a slotted or holed distribution pipe.



Cesspits are completely sealed tanks which collect all the effulent. They require frequent emptying due to not having any drainage facility.

Treatment Plants and Septic Tanks are very common in rural area for homeowners as relatively easy solution to the problem of dealing with waste water and sewage where no mains drainage is available. If you need a treatment plant for a new build or extension, or to upgrade an existing system, then Pro Treatment Plant and Septic Tanks will have the perfect solution for you.

Pro Treatment Plants and Septic Tanks are experts in all forms of sewage, from supplying and installing sustainable sewage Treatment Plants & Septic Tanks. From the initial call, site survey to installing your Treatment Plant / Septic Tanks you can always be rest assured you will receive a very high level of service and complete satisfaction.

Covering the whole of Dorset, Hampshire and beyond including Bournemouth, Dorchester, Southampton, Basingstoke, Sotton, Totton, Romsey, Eastleigh, Bishop”s Waltham, Netley Abbey, Farnham, Winchester, Havant, Chichester, Hayling Island, Portsmouth, Tadley, Bitterne, Emsworth, Haslemere, Liss, Hedge End, Marchwood, Netley Marsh, Rownhams, Nursling, Fairoak, Chandler”s Ford, Poole and Salisbury.


Are You Ready For The New 2020 Regulations?

The rules and regulations are changing for treatment plants please click the link below to see the new regulations

See the .gov website on treatment plant regulations

For more information or advice call us on 0800 6118277