Sewage Treatment Plant Service & Maintenance
WCI offers professional and affordable sewage treatment plant and pumping station servicing and maintenance for all makes and models in Somerset, Devon, Dorset and Wiltshire.
Monitoring of performance
Documentation of findings
All Sewage Treatment Plants and Pumping Stations require regular service and maintenance. Regular servicing ensures the proper operation of your Sewage Treatment Plant but also maintains the validity of the manufacturer’s warranties and prolongs the life of the system – saving you money and guarding against pollution incidents.
We undertake regular contracted annual and bespoke servicing of all makes and models of Sewage Treatment Plants and Pumping Stations, as well as providing an emergency call-out service. Rolling annual service contracts are backed with a robust Service Level Agreement, assuring any emergencies are dealt with in a timely and cost effective fashion and all works are fully insured.
All service is carried out in accordance with the manufacturer’s guidelines and every visit is followed with a comprehensive service report including advice about desludging/emptying intervals.
WCI services all makes of plant including: WPL (DMS, DMC, HPC and HiPAF), Premiertech (Conder ASP. Solido Smart, Solido Classic, Ecoflo, CSAF and DSAF), Klargester (Biotec, Biodisc, BioFicient), Marsh Ensign, GRAF, Acorn, Biorock, Vortex, Matrix, Entec, Harlequin HydroClear, Titan, Clearflow, KEE, Biodigester, Tricel and those rare few plants whose origins are unknown!
Service contracts start from as little as £120 incl VAT
If you are quoted a cheaper price for a service contract or emergency call out, we will price match wherever possible.
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WCI services all makes of Sewage Treatment Plant and Pumping Station in Somerset, Devon, Dorset and Wiltshire.
Our British Water qualified Service and Commissioning Engineers are available for annual service visit and emergency call outs. All engineers carry a wide range of materials in their vans to ensure most problems can be rectified within their time on site.
To learn more, read our blog post on why you should service your sewage treatment plant.