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For starters, a septic tank is to treat sewage from buildings.  That’s by passing it through sewer pipes to the septic tank at the house. The sewage broken down with the help of bacteria especially to make it more effluent.

A domestic sewage treatment plant is a place, where contaminants removed from household sewage. All with the help of physical, chemical and biological processes. Then to convert it into environmentally-safe wastewater.

Not many people are aware of the differences between a septic tank and a sewage treatment plant. However, they need to know which one should they prefer.  That’s to make sure that they don’t waste their money on a piece of equipment.  Finally we don’t want like cars because that’ll cost fortune. Especially over a long period and also affects the environment adversely.

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Most importantly, read ahead to learn about the differences. Moreover know which one will be better for your house:

In addition, septic tanks do not require electrical supply. For that’s to treat the sewage. However, sewage treatment plants use mechanical components. That means it needs a continuous supply of electricity to operate. Therefore, septic tanks have two zones. One for sewage treatment whereas sewage treatment plants have three zones.

A sewage treatment plant treats the waste whereas a septic tank separates it. Also, wastewater that leaves a sewage treatment plant. For that can be discharged directly to surface watercourse.

However and while the wastewater that leaves a septic tank requires further treatment.  Moreover, septic tanks do not require frequent servicing. I mean whereas sewage treatment plants do.

As well, septic tanks need to be emptied once every year while sewage treatment plants need to be emptied once every 3-5 years.

Septic tanks in Stone, Stafford or anywhere else in the U.K. need to be upgraded. I mean before the year 2020. That’s to make sure that they do not discharge wastewater in a surface watercourse. I mean especially if you have a property with such a drainage system. For then you need to upgrade it before the year 2020. If you don’t you will be requested to pay a hefty fine. Check twice before you buy a new property. Especially to make sure you don’t purchase a home with an old-fashioned septic tank.

The differences mentioned above clearly showcase the environmental benefits of each type of drainage system. The winner cannot be identified. For that’s because several factors come into play, such as:

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