Septic Tank regulation changes 1 month on – why was change needed?

If you’re the owner of a septic tank, you should be well aware that as of 1st January 2020, it became illegal to discharge your waste directly into a watercourse. For some time, it had been the rule that new septic tank installations necessitated the inclusion of a drainage field but existing ones were ok…until […]

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2020 new regulations – domestic sewage treatment systems

2020 brought with it new regulations concerning domestic sewerage treatment. Regulations now require treating all waste liquid so that it is safe and clean enough to filter back into the ground or a waterway system. Proseptic can provide these new sewerage treatment plants and help you with professional advice. It is not as complicated as […]

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Proseptic’s Hester Bennett Discusses Upcoming Septic Tank Regulations with Discover Magazine

Proseptic’s Hester Bennett has been featured in local magazine, Discover Magazine, discussing the upcoming 2020 septic tank regulations and how Proseptic are helping property owners assess their compliance. As Hester says, the regulations, due to come into place in January 2020, ‘put the responsibility firmly with the property owner’. Understandably, this can cause extra worry […]

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Proseptic Exhibit At The New Forest Show

We were delighted to exhibit at the 2019 New Forest Show offering advice and information on sewage treatment systems and the latest septic tank regulations. What Is The New Forest and Hampshire Country Show? The New Forest and Hampshire Country Show is a well established agricultural event which takes place each year at New Forest […]

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Welcome To Our New Website

It’s here! We are delighted to welcome you to our new website: your one stop shop for advice and information on sewage treatment and septic tanks. At Proseptic, our aim has always been to provide a reliable, professional service for all commercial and domestic sewage treatment systems. Therefore, we wanted to create a user-friendly yet […]

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