Septic Tank SE

Septic Tank Emptying in South East England

Phone Number: 01483 200336

Office Number: 01483 200003

Septic Tank Installations
Surrey and the South East

Are you looking for septic tank installations Surrey and the South East? Our experienced engineers offer a specialist service for liquid waste removal. 

Contact us today to discuss your septic tank installation. Call 01483 200336.


Septic tank and sewage treatment plant installation

If you are in the market for repairs, a sewage treatment plant system or a septic tank installation but are not sure what is available to you, we can help. 

As we have been in the liquid waste management service for a long time, we can recommend the best system for your properties needs. Our specialists can also install it for you as well.

Of course, all of our installations are completely tailored to suit our customers as all our customers' needs are different. In Surrey, we can help you create a sewage system or septic tank solution that will work perfectly for your requirements. 

Whether you are a domestic or commercial customer, we have the resources and the team to help. We can ensure that your waste management problems become a thing of the past.

After installing the perfect sewage treatment or septic tank for you, we can then help you further. We have a wealth of other services that you can take advantage of. Our experts are available to help you keep your sewage treatment plants or septic tank in perfect working order, and we are happy to repair any instalments.

What Size Septic Tank Do I Need?

When installing a septic tank or simply replacing an old model, it is essential to consider your household or property's correct size. The size of your septic tank system should depend on several factors, such as the square footage of your property, the number of occupants or housemates, and the number of bedrooms. 

As it each takes wastewater from each individual, it is essential to accurately depict your household or property size. For a more accurate idea, the septic tank should have a capacity intake below 2,700 litres for around four users. For each user, the intake rate goes up to approximately 180 litres. 

Septic Tank Installations Surrey and the South East

Do You Need Planning Permission to Install a Septic Tank?

Is planning permission crucial in this case? Yes. The concept of sewerage and drainage systems are hefty tasks that could put you and the people around you in danger. 

Handled by professional engineers, septic tanks and cesspits need to be acknowledged by the local councils. There are many health and safety regulations to be put into practice and requirements to meet. 

However, authorities can be more lenient when it comes to privately owned residents. Septic tanks are to dispose of wastewater, making them very environmentally friendly, so installing one nearby your home will improve your home's overall quality and benefit your area. 

This allow for business buildings to function in a greener way, and they are becoming prevalent in rural areas to where installations are becoming a must. 

Do You Need Planning Permission to Install a Septic Tank?

How Far Does a Septic Tank Have to be From The House?

It is best to consult local authorities or councils when judging how far the septic tank should be from your house. 

Local requirements and codes vary from county to county; however, the standard minimum distance is around 10 feet. 

If there are other features in your home that carry water or drinking water, such as a well, this standard may change due to a build-up of bacteria in the water that could cause issues if it is not at a far enough distance to give time to separate in the tank. 

As opposed to replacing an old model, a new septic tank should have a 50 feet difference is required. 


Septic Tank Regulations

There are various regulations to practice in the building of septic tanks. So that the systems and the general public are safe and in good hands, the Environmental Agency put forth many actions and practices that we must carry out due to the potentially poisonous and toxic nature of waste products and wastewater. 

The Agency created two regulations to prevent wastewater from making its way into waterways. It could damage the systems at large and cause sicknesses and problems all over. The first was that you could have a drainage field or soak-away system installed. This method would ensure wastewater proper and safe disposal. 

On the other hand, you also have the option to implant a sewage treatment plant. However, there are a few other vital regulations you must take into consideration. Your existing septic tank must be of the correct size for your property, as they are expensive to maintain and highly important to the drainage system. It would be beneficial to get a septic tank as close to the correct size as possible. 

It is crucial to keep on top of maintenance for your septic tank. Failure to do so is dangerous and can result in back-ups and blockages in your drains, so it is best to empty it every other year or every six months, depending on your household or property size. Finally, it is your responsibility as a homeowner to write out the instructions for your septic tank for newcomers and new tenants if you chose to sell your house. 


How Long Does It Take For a Septic Tank to Get Full?

The average adult homeowners may contribute around 60 or so gallons of solids to their septic tank each year. Thus, it should take approximately 4-5 years to fill 300 gallons to a 1,000-gallon septic tank, including all the sludge and scum that will have gathered from their wastewater. 

However, larger families or households may achieve larger gallons of waste in the time frame of a year and a half or two years. However, many are out of the house frequently, especially young children or students studying and older housemates or parents who may be working, meaning less time spent in bathrooms and at kitchen sinks. 

To conclude, it is best to pump or empty your septic tank every two or three years. Pumping and emptying more frequently may be better environmentally or for your own conscious, but it can be costly. If you require advice or have any concerns, please give us a call, and our professionals will always offer the most accurate advice. 

Septic tank installation Near Me

We offer septic tank installation throughout Surrey and the South East including:

  • Spelthorne
  • Runnymede
  • Esher
  • Surrey Heath
  • Woking
  • Redhill
  • Staines
  • Camberley
  • Elmbridge
  • Guildford
  • Waverley
  • Mole Valley
  • Leatherhead
  • Farnham
  • Epsom and Ewell
  • Reigate and Banstead
  • Tandridge
  • Staines-upon-Thames
  • Weybridge
  • Ashford
  • Horley
  • Addlestone
  • Godalming
  • Dorking
  • Oxted
  • Walton-on-Thames
  • Egham
  • Caterham

Are you looking for septic tank and sewage treatment plant installers? Here at Septic Tank SE, we specialise in liquid waste management. 

We have provided our customers with solutions to their problems for the past 30 years and have established services to help just anyone. No matter if you are a domestic or commercial customer, we can help you.

If you would like to find out more about our installations of sewage treatment plants and septic tanks get in touch. We work throughout Surrey, across the South East of England and surrounding areas that we are based. 

Contact our experts today for septic tank installation throughout Surrey and the South East. We will be happy to give a free quote, answer any questions and help you find the perfect solution to your problems. Call 01483 200336 today.