Buy a Marsh Euro Septic Tank Onion from EasyMerchant Today!
This septic tank (commonly known as a septic tank onion because of it’s shape) positions itself as a market leader but offering not only cost savings but also significant technical improvements when compared to other options available on the market.
With an exceptional hydraulic efficiency of 99.63% and available in 3 sizes ranging from 2800L to 4500L, the Marsh Euro Septic Tank is CE marked to show it’s compliance with the Construction Product Regulations and is tested and certified to EN12566-1 Annex B. As with most sewage treatment options.
How Does it Work?
A septic tank is used for treating waste water from small properties. When sewage enters the tank it is held inside to allow the solids to settle into a sludge at the bottom of the onion. Once settled, the sludge will be naturally broken down by anaerobic digestion which provides settlement and some biological treatment. The resulting effluent will require further treatment before being discharge to a watercourse therefore the most common method for this is to spread the effluent to land via an underground drainage field similarly to a sewage treatment plant.
2 Settlement chamber
3 Polylok filter
5 Access cover
- Tested to BSEN12566:1 and CE-marked to ensure compliance with latest environmental and Building Regulations requirements
- Provides an outstanding 99.63% hydraulic efficiency
- Unique Polylok filter improves effluent quality and prolongs drainage field life (Euro:Septic units only)
- Traditional ‘onion-style’ tanks for standard installations
- Low profile versions for high water table or hard rock site conditions
- Heavy duty shell as standard to enable installation in all ground conditions
- Integral lifting eyes for improved on-site handling
- ‘Keying-in’ assists anchoring into granular or concrete surround
- Pedestrian cover included as standard
For precise tank sizes and configurations, please contact us on 01371 850120 option 1
All dimensions in mm.
Due to production processes, dimensions of finished units are within a tolerance of +/-2.5%.