Drainage Connection Services

Drainage Connection Services

Connecting to a main sewer ensures that waste or surface water can be channelled away from a property safely and effectively. There are a number of techniques for installing mains sewerage connections depending on what the planned development is and the existing infrastructure in the local vicinity.

With any drainage or sewer connection project, regardless of its size or nature, you need a company you can rely on to get the job done securely and efficiently.

At Utility Site Services, our team has extensive experience and will coordinate the whole process for you, from coming on board to seamless delivery, to get the job done proficiently and within budget.

To discuss a project or to find out more, call us today on 0844 804 2505 one of our team would be happy to help.

We provide a straightforward, efficient and customer-focused service across all areas, including the following

- CCTV Drain Survey
- Directional Drilling
- Drain Mapping
- Drainage design & Installation
- High Level Cleaning
- Leak Detection
- Public Excavations / Civils Works
- Public Sewer and Drainage Connections

Water Services

Electricity Services

Gas Services

Why work with Utility Site Services?

  • You will receive a dedicated account manager who is an experienced siteworks expert
  • Track record and reputation in the energy industry of delivering bespoke utility infrastructure projects
  • We have full UK coverage
  • Complete end-to-end infrastructure for water, electricity and gas
  • Expert advice on industry compliance with up to date guidance on regulations
  • You will have complete peace of mind that your project is being dealt with by a qualified professional.
  • Fully insured and compliant in health and safety procedures

Water that contains waste of humans, animals, or food.

A type of sedimentation tank in which the sludge is retained sufficiently long for the organic content to undergo anaerobic digestion. When sludge is eventually removed to a sewage treatment works, some is left in the tank to act as a ‘seed’ to initiate further digestion. Used for receiving the sewage from houses and other premises which are too isolated for connection to a foul sewer.

A sewer system that carries both sewage and rain water runoff.

A closed tank for waste-water treatment, in which bacterial action is induced to break down organic matter.

Water that flows from the ground surface directly into streams, rivers and lakes.

A legal document which gives permission to discharge and sets out the terms under which the discharge should be made.

Waste-water produced by trade and industry; not domestic sewage.

A sewer conveying sewage, for example, waste-water of domestic or industrial origin, excluding rainwater or surface water.

Waste-water from clothes washing machines, showers, bathtubs, hand-washing, lavatories and sinks.

Introduction of pollutants from a non-domestic source into a publicly owned waste-water treatment system. Indirect dischargers can be commercial or industrial facilities whose wastes enter local sewers.

Any waste-water which is discharged from trade or industrial premises, other than domestic waste-water and run-off rainwater.

Pipe serving an individual property that crosses into third party land, for example the public highway, to reach the public sewer.

Private Sewer – A sewer which is not a public sewer as defined in Section 20 of the Public Health Act 1936.

Public Sewer – A sewer vested in a water authority by virtue of the provisions of Section 20 of the Public Health Act 1936, as amended by Section 40 and Paragraph 33 of the 8th schedule to the Water Act 1973.

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