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Tips to save water in your home

Tips to save water in your home

Although it may seem like there is an unlimited supply of water all around us, less than 1% of the Earth’s water is suitable for our day-to-day use. The other 99% comprises our seas, is frozen in icecaps or is floating around in the atmosphere. With the average amount of water used in an Irish household yearly reaching 125,000 litres, now is the time to consider how we can conserve our finite resource and save our budgets.  Here at Carlow

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Tips to prevent septic tank blockages

Tips to prevent septic tank blockages

Septic tank blockages can cause serious problems if left untreated. These problems can usually be avoided if taking the proper precautions in advance with your septic tank. We’ve compiled a list of our top tips for preventing septic tank blockages below. Schedule regular maintenance checks The best way to prevent serious septic tank issues is to schedule regular maintenance checks with a qualified professional. A full maintenance check should be carried out at least once every two years. A routine

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How to know if your Septic Tank is leaking

How to know if your Septic Tank is leaking

Septic tanks provide an extremely valuable service but are something we rarely think about. Although durable, concrete septic tanks are still subject to being damaged. When your septic tank cracks it leads to waste leakage into the surrounding area. A septic tank leaking is a major environmental concern and leads to water contamination and home damage if not resolved quickly.  It’s important to be aware of the signs of a leaking septic tank so that you can resolve the problem

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The 3 Stages of Wastewater Treatment

The 3 Stages of Wastewater Treatment

We are always asked about the stages of wastewater treatment. A wastewater treatment system receives, stores, treats and disposes of wastewater from areas such as toilets, sinks, baths and all other domestic water-using appliances. There are many benefits to a wastewater treatment system including the elimination of disease causing bacteria, minimal odour emissions when compared to septic tanks and the fast breaking down of solids which means less blockages, less frequent de-sludging and less solids contaminating the groundwater. To help

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