SCOPE OF SERVICES
Our quality service and extensive experience in providing sustainable, low maintenance reed bed solutions, gained over the last 28 years, means we can offer proven designs and innovative solutions to meet your specific requirements.
We offer services in the following major categories:
- The treatment of sewage and a wide range of polluting wastewater effluents such as dirty-water, leachate, brewery effluent, etc..
- Soft SUD systems for water management – the attenuation and treatment of surface water run-off and mitigation,
- The creation of landscaped natural, wildlife and ornamental ponds and water features,
- Rainwater harvesting and the purification of private water supplies,
- The creation of recyclable, secondary-use water resources,
- The management and treatment of all water resources on a site.
- Reduction of Nutrients and achieving Nitrogen Neutrality
In the last 25-30 years constructed wetland systems have gained in popularity and recognition and are being used increasingly to treat a huge range of wastewaters – from domestic sewage to the much stronger agricultural and industrial effluents – all to very high standards, and often where package treatment plants are incapable of producing a clean enough discharge.
We are not, however, committed exclusively to the use of reed-bed systems. Where appropriate or where space constraints prevent the use of a fully developed constructed wetland system, we will utilise modern technology and recommend the use of a suitable package mechanical treatment plant often in conjunction with reed-beds, or ponds, or both.
We design and install constructed wetland systems that keep the process pathways simple, are cost- effective, have low maintenance and operational costs, and have a long lifetime value.
“Water in the environment is like blood in the body: and ours is sick. The arteries and veins of our countryside, its rivers and wetlands, are suffering from the equivalent of low blood pressure and blood poisoning. The condition has developed over many years and treatment is now urgent”
Sir David Attenborough