Save Power with Nitto Blowers

Newly Released Nitto Blowers

O’Reilly Oakstown have just received the first consignment of the new Nitto LA-60ECO blower for Aerobic Sewage Treatment Systems. These blowers have been eagerly anticipated by the wastewater treatment industry as they combine  incredible reliability with an economy unparalleled by any other manufacturer- a power consumption of only 35 Watts. Quite extraordinary. This is the future of energy-efficient domestic sewage treatment.

Please contact us today for further information.

Mobile Flood Protection

Mobile Flood Protection Barrier System from Steinhardt

In recent years Ireland has experienced localised flooding costing millions of euro in damage. With the risk of flooding and subsequent damage to property likely to increase, cost effective systems for flood protection are required for private and commercial property owners. The Steinhardt Flood Barrier System was developed to replace the outdated and labour intensive “sand bag” method of property protection, to provide a robust, efficient, easy to install floodbarrier, simply fitted along highways, into door openings, warehouse doorways etc.
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Advantages and Benefits
  • Unobtrusive – flood defence only erected when flooding forecast
  • Cost effective, lightweight flood protection system
  • Easy to install
  • Special sealing system creates leak-free flood barrier
  • Designed to cope with maximum flood levels
  • Lightweight panels can be easily handled and stored
  • Clamping system locks into position during use
  • Can be constructed to suit any width
  • Suitable for retrofitting into existing locations
  • Ideal for private and commercial applications
  • Used in flood-risk locations throughout Europe

 

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Farming Independent July 13

O’Reilly Oakstown Septic Tanks have been featured in the Farming Independent Article 23 July 13!

Septic Tank advice from Diarmuid O’Reilly in an article on watercourses, poor percolation areas and sludge warnings. Diarmuid explains that some older septic tanks were built with little or no regard for the environment or health risks to humans.

Diarmuid explains  “I would estimate that 10% of the 500,000 septic tanks in Ireland had no attention paid to how they would or should work. Another 60% of tanks were reasonably well constructed but have poor percolation areas that only last 10-11 years before they give up” he said.

Septic tanks that allow overflow of effluent directly into a drain, stream or rive pose the greatest health risk.  ” In some cases, people have actually dug a drain straight to a ditch with running water because the tank doesn’t work”  he said.

” Because it never overflows again, they think the septic tank is working. Of course it won’t overflow, its got 30 miles of stream and river before it gets to the sea as a percolation area!”

Read Further on in the Full Article Here

 

Time to Upgrade your Septic Tank?

Do we need to upgrade our septic tank?

Not all septic tanks need to be upgraded. If a septic tank is structurally sound and the percolation area is fit-for-purpose and there are no pollution issues then happy days. Sometimes a poor percolation area might just need a pump chamber and pump, which we often supply and fit for customers.
However if as sometimes happens, the septic tank or percolation area are of poor quality you may need a new septic tank or possibly a complete sewage treatment system if there are serious pollution issues.

How can we help you?

Our representatives and technicians can review your needs and answer any questions you may have regarding sewage or rainwater treatment products.