News Release: Discreet WPL Plant Replaces Septic Tanks At Sandringham

WPL’s 575pe HiPAF sewage treatment plant has been installed, by Alan Williams Drainage, at the Camping & Caravanning Club's Sandringham site, in East Anglia. The compact, odour-free plant, designed to produce a 10 mg/l ammonia standard, will treat all of the wastewater from the 275-pitch site. It replaces three septic tanks which previously discharged to soakaways in Royal Estate parkland.

Installed below ground, WPL’s HiPAF includes no moving parts, simplifying maintenance requirements; controls are housed in a small, acoustically insulated GRP kiosk adjacent to the unit. During operation, the system utilises Submerged Aerated Filter technology and effluent passes through a three-stage treatment process.

Bill Whalley, Consulting Engineer at South Wales-based Alan Williams Drainage commented, “The nature of the installation and its idyllic setting called for a plant that was discreet in design and in terms of odour. With below-ground installation and a 10 mg/l ammonia consent, WPL’s compact HiPAF HPR57.2TQ submerged aerated media treatment plant proved the ideal option.”

For further information on WPL wastewater treatment products, please contact Phil Bates on Tel. (0870) 777 3770.

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