Drain-Age Services

What DRAIN-AGE CAN DO FOR YOU

~ Our range of services ~

Legally compliant treatment systems

We inspect and certify your septic tank system is compliant with EA 2015 general binding rules *. If your system fails, we can recommend and carry out the requirements necessary to ensure your system is corrected and compliant. Plus, we’ll liaise with all the required parties involved. These might include The Environment Agency, local governing bodies etc. In addition, we’ll help with acquiring discharge licences.It’s you, our end customer who matters most. Drain-Age will make sure your existing or proposed drainage system complies with the 2015 general binding rules. At the same time, providing the most optimal and cost-effective solution for your needs.

Drainage consultancy and investigations

Whether moving or purchasing a property or simply wanting peace of mind that your home’s drainage system is in sound condition, we can provide a complete service of investigation works tailored to your requirements. From checking septic tanks, treatment plants and manhole covers are in good order to carrying out CCTV surveys of drain lines to ensure they are free from root damage/collapsed areas, aiming to avoid unnecessary disruptions or excavations.

Blockages and bad smells

In the very unpleasant event you might experience awful odours at your property, we run an inspection to locate the source and nature of the problem. We are fully equipped with a mobile high-pressure jetting unit, CCTV survey system, and we are able to arrange emptying a full or overflowing septic tank or treatment plant and diagnose and repair any electrical or mechanical faults.

* EA 2015 general binding rules

IS YOUR SEPTIC TANK LEGALLY COMPLIANT WITH THE JANUARY 2020 NEW REGULATIONS?

SEPTIC TANK SYSTEMS MUST NOW HAVE BEEN LEGALLY COMPLIANT UNDER NEW GOVERNMENT RULES BY JAN 2020.

Under the new General Binding Rules in 2015, the government updated the law to improve water discharge from septic tanks, with systems required to be legally compliant by the 1st of January 2020.These changes have come into force to help protect our environment, focusing on changes to the Source Protection Zone requirements.