Packaged wastewater solution the height of fashion in Scotland
UK leading luxury Scottish country clothing specialist – The House of Bruar – has upgraded its wastewater treatment capacity to cope with increasing numbers of visitors...
PERTHSHIRE, Scotland - UK leading luxury Scottish country clothing specialist – The House of Bruar – has upgraded its wastewater treatment capacity to cope with an increasing numbers of visitors.
The Perthshire based outlet required a system that would significantly improve the company’s drainage system.
Co. Durham based Premier Tech Aqua designed and supplied the Conder SAF1000N10 Multi Stream Sewage Treatment Plant with AGB Developments selected as the contractor for the installation works.
The new multi stream 1000 PE plant is designed to serve the equivalent to 1000 domestic users, designed and tested in accordance with the BS EN 12566-3 standard.
According to the company, the standard configuration offers treatment better than a 20mg/L BOD (Biological Oxygen Demand) and 30mg/L SS (Suspended Solids).
The site where the installation took place mainly consisted of gravel, eliminating the need to place the tanks into concrete. In order to keep installation costs to an absolute minimum, the company used spare gravel as backfill once the tank was installed.
Steve Joyce, managing director at Premier Tech Aqua said: “With the retail outlet being open eight hours per day and only having 12 toilets, the old system they had in place was inefficient to cope with the growing footfall the business has experienced.”