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Category: Advice

How To Improve Water Pressure

Water pressure is an essential part of any building with a water supply, yet it’s often taken for granted until something goes wrong and the pressure drops.
Low water pressure can be caused by a number of factors such as high demand and can affect every water outlet in the premises including toilets,Read more

What’s The Cost of a Sewage Treatment Plant?

Sewage treatment plants are used in commercial and domestic properties when access to mains drainage is not possible. The plant treats water to make it suitable to be discharged into a drainage field or watercourse.
With cesspits and septic tanks having a number of drawbacks including potentially dangerous gases being released,Read more

If you’re a facilities manager, public building owner or a tenant living within an apartment or block of flats; you will understand the vital role an efficient booster pumping system plays – providing water of sufficient pressure to every water point within the building.
However, one of the main reasons we are called out to attend booster pumping systems is due to noise coming from the system,Read more

How Working from Home Could Be Impacting Your Pumps

One of the biggest impacts on people’s daily routines because of COVID-19 is the increased amount of time they are spending at home, with many continuing to work remotely where they can to adhere to lockdown rules.
Figures from the Office for National Statistics reveal that in April 2020, when the first lockdown was announced,Read more

As winter starts to bite, golf courses across the UK will be making preparations for the challenges that the cold weather brings including frost, snow and stressed grass.
Clubs and groundsmen are generally well prepared for the challenges that winter brings, with many being able to continue serving golfers for the majority of the cold season.Read more

The Dangers of Septic Tanks and Cesspits

If your home or business is out in the countryside or otherwise ‘off the grid’, you may use an alternative sewage treatment method such as a septic tank or cesspit/cesspool.
As well as upcoming changes to legislation making sewage treatment plants the only approved method of waste treatment, septic tanks and cesspools pose a number of risks and can damage the environment around them.Read more

Sports Pitch Maintenance Tips for Groundskeepers

Having a pitch maintenance plan is essential for groundskeepers at any level of the sport. Without proper care and attention, the quality of the pitch can slip; impacting the standard of play, increasing the risk of injury, causing financial loss for the club and even leading to games being cancelled or forfeited.Read more