Cost and performance advantages claimed for “sophisticated” SBR

UK water and wastewater treatment solutions supplier Premier Tech Aqua (PTA) has launched a new sewage treatment plant that is said to make decentralised wastewater treatment easier and more efficient.

An extension of the firm’s Rewatec product range, the new Solido SMART solution is said to employ state of the art Sequencing Batch Reactor (SBR) technology to give a superior effluent quality to other solutions available on the market. Wastewater is treated in batches rather than being treated continuously, resulting in increased efficiency, reduced energy consumption and a prolonged life for all component parts, says PTA.

The “discrete and silent” treatment plant “provides the ideal solution for residential and commercial sites that require an ultra-compact system”, including domestic dwellings, refurbishments and rural barn conversions.

Steve Joyce, Managing Director at PTA says the product’s “smart design” equates to “a reduction to installation and maintenance costs, making it an extremely cost effective solution”.

With low operational costs of 49 kwh per person per year, the Solido SMART is suggested as offering long term savings. It is CE marked in accordance with EN 12566-3.

The launch comes on the back of the company introducing its Conder ASP sewage treatment plant in a new material, high-density polyethylene (HDPE). The firm says this new material is environmentally friendly and longer lasting, with the additional benefit of being recyclable post life.

Based in Peterlee, County Durham, PTA specialises in onsite and decentralized wastewater treatment, water storage and rain water harvesting solutions. Its three product lines are: Rewatec, Conder and Ecoflo. As a Business Unit of global leader Premier Tech, the company specialises in the design and manufacturing of innovative and durable products for the residential, commercial, municipal and industrial markets. See www.premiertechaqua.co.uk for more info.

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