WPL HiPAF Midi Compact Sewage Treatment Plant (60 to 300 people)

The WPL HiPAF Midi compact sewage treatment plant offers sewage and wastewater treatment for properties of 60-300 people for where mains drainage is unavailable.

WPL HiPAF Midi Compact Sewage Treatment Plant (60 to 300 people)

The sewage treatment system is a packaged plant containing primary settlement, biological treatment (biozone) and final settlement modules suitable for larger applications and manufactured in glass reinforced plastic (GRP), installed below ground.

The compact sewage system treats wastewater using no chemicals to a high standard for more stringent standards stipulated by the Environmental Agency.

The HiPAF Midi is an EU compliant wastewater treatment system as per the statutory requirements. 

Designed and manufactured in the UK

WPL HiPAF Midi Compact System

- Low running cost and maintenance

- Discrete and low installation costs

- Energy saving options and chemical dosing packages can be tailored to the design for site specific requirements 
- Minimal visual impact

- The unique design of the flow balancing in the primary tank means it can cope with variable flows and loads making it ideal for caravan sites and other seasonal venues 

- Robust operation and stand-by facility 

- Easy access

- Simple tankering operation

The WPL HiPAF Midi range meets the following industry standards:

- Fully compliant with UK Building Regulations and Environment Agency recommendations

- The WPL HiPAF Midi compact sewage treatment plant is designed using the British Water Code of Practice Flows and Loads, to ensure correct sized tanks

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Visit Storyboard: Sewage Treatment Upgrade at Remote Historic Site
A celebrated historic site in Scotland needed to upgrade its sewage treatment plant, it was essential to make sure the work was carried out to the highest possible standards.
The new system had to be able to cope with a huge influx of visitors a day in the height of summer, but to be as low impact, discreet and environmentally friendly as possible. Frequent power cuts, a remote location and wildly fluctuating flows also meant the new system had to be stable and easy to maintain.  See Infographic

Case Study:  Premier treatment for Swansea City’s New Training Centre
Fairwood training centre. Modernisation of the facility, which is leased from the University of Swansea, included building eight full-size pitches, changing facilities, offices, seminar rooms, a canteen and specialist medical and physiotherapy rooms.  Read more

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