Grants for Septic Tanks
There are some government grants available if you meet specific criteria available to read on Gov.ie. You can also find out more on our septic tank grants page.
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What is the difference between a Septic Tank to a Sewage Treatment System?
Septic tanks are the large underground tank used to store and treat wastewater (ie from sink & toilets, washing machines, dishwashers etc) from your home before it is released into the environment. The wastewater is broken down by naturally occurring organisms.
A sewage treatment system is a method of removing contaminants from that same wastewater before it is released into the environment, using a series of mechanical and biological processes. The effluent is then disinfected before it is discharged.
Read about the benefits of upgrading from a septic tank to a sewage treatment system.
Septic Tanks Certification
Our tanks are all EN 12566-3 & SR66 Certified by PIA GmbH, the international accredited and notified testing body for the certification of wastewater treatment products. Download our certificate here.
Septic Tank Regulations
Maintaining your wastewater system will help to protect your health and the local environment. As a homeowner, the law obliges you to make sure your system is installed, operated and maintained in a way that makes sure it doesn’t pose a risk to human health and the environment. All Septic Tanks must be registered with your local authority. Read our full explanation of how to register your septic tank.
Check your Septic Tank is working effectively
You may be having problems with your septic tank. Some examples are on our Septic Tank Problems page.
Find out how septic tanks treats your wastewater and how complete a septic tank system check here.