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190 Litre Grey Water Pump Station, 6m lift190 Litre Grey Water Pump Station, 6m lift
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190 Litre Grey Water Pump Station, 6m lift
Aqua Tank 190S - Single Pump - Grey Water, Surface and Ground Water Pump Station - 190 Litre The Aqua Tank package pump station is designed to collect ground water via a perimeter channel or 110mm pipe and/or clear opening to the top of the chamber. The Aqua Tank comes with a single pump arrangement, the station can be supplied with an optional battery back-up system which would ensure the pump...

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from £370.00 ex VAT
(£444.00 inc VAT)
190 Litre Twin Pump Grey Water Pump Station, 6m lift190 Litre Twin Pump Grey Water Pump Station, 6m lift
190 Litre Twin Pump Grey Water Pump Station, 6m lift
Aqua Tank Pro 190T - Twin Pump - Grey Water, Surface and Ground Water Pump Station - 190 Litres The Aqua Tank Pro package pump station is designed to collect groundwater via a perimeter channel or 110 mm pipe and/or clear opening to the top of the chamber. The Aqua Tank Pro comes with a twin pump arrangement, this gives peace of mind, knowing that you always have a back-up pump. For further peace...
from £570.00 ex VAT
(£684.00 inc VAT)

300 Litre Grey Water Pump Station, 6m lift300 Litre Grey Water Pump Station, 6m lift
300 Litre Grey Water Pump Station, 6m lift
Aqua Tank 300S - Single Pump - Grey Water, Surface and Ground Water Pump Station - 300 Litre The Aqua Tank package pump station is designed to collect ground water via a perimeter channel or 110mm pipe and/or clear opening to the top of the chamber. The Aqua Tank comes with a single pump arrangement, the station can be supplied with an optional battery back-up system which would ensure the pump...
from £504.00 ex VAT
(£604.80 inc VAT)
300 Litre Twin Pump Grey Water Pump Station, 6m lift300 Litre Twin Pump Grey Water Pump Station, 6m lift
300 Litre Twin Pump Grey Water Pump Station, 6m lift
Aqua Tank Pro 300T- Twin Pump - Grey Water, Surface and Ground Water Pump Station - 300 Litre The Aqua Tank Pro package pump station is designed to collect ground water via a perimeter channel or 110mm pipe and/or clear opening to the top of the chamber. The Aqua Tank Pro comes with a twin pump arrangement, this gives peace of mind, knowing that you always have a back-up pump. For further peace...
from £849.00 ex VAT
(£1,018.80 inc VAT)

450 Litre Grey Water Pump Station, 6m lift450 Litre Grey Water Pump Station, 6m lift
450 Litre Grey Water Pump Station, 6m lift
Aqua Tank 450S - Single Pump - Grey Water, Surface and Ground Water Pump Station - 450 Litre The Aqua Tank package pump station is designed to collect ground water via a perimeter channel or 110mm pipe and/or clear opening to the top of the chamber. The Aqua Tank comes with a single pump arrangement, the station can be supplied with an optional battery back-up system which would ensure the pump...
from £533.00 ex VAT
(£639.60 inc VAT)
450 Litre Twin Pump Grey Water Pump Station, 6m lift450 Litre Twin Pump Grey Water Pump Station, 6m lift
450 Litre Twin Pump Grey Water Pump Station, 6m lift
Aqua Tank Pro 450T - Twin Pump - Grey Water, Surface and Ground Water Pump Station - 450 Litre The Aqua Tank Pro package pump station is designed to collect ground water via a perimeter channel or 110mm pipe and/or clear opening to the top of the chamber. The Aqua Tank Pro comes with a twin pump arrangement, this gives peace of mind, knowing that you always have a back-up pump. For further peace...
from £928.00 ex VAT
(£1,113.60 inc VAT)

800 Litre Twin Pump Basement Drainage Pump System, 6m lift800 Litre Twin Pump Basement Drainage Pump System, 6m lift
800 Litre Twin Pump Basement Drainage Pump System, 6m lift
Twin Pump Basement Drainage Pump System, 6m lift, 800 Litre Tank - EF Micro 800 Suitable for Removing Grey Water From: Final Effluent from Sewage Treatment Plants, Drainage of Cellars & Basements, Sinks, Showers, Kitchens & Dishwashers. A packaged pump station is used when gravity drainage on site cannot be achieved. The Micro Effluent is suited for clean, dirty or slightly polluted water....
from £1,120.00 ex VAT
(£1,344.00 inc VAT)
FAQs

What is greywater?

Making up between 50 to 80% of a household’s wastewater, greywater is a term given to the relatively clean wastewater from baths, sinks, washing machines and other kitchen appliances. It is generally any water that is drained from the house except toilet water. It may contain traces of food, grease, hair, dirt and household cleaning products, but it does not contain urine or faecal matter, which would be classified as blackwater as it contains harmful bacteria and disease-causing pathogens. There are ways to capture and reuse greywater, for activities like watering the garden and flushing toilets. There are simple kits that can divert greywater from your down-pipe if it is easily accessible.

Is rainwater classed as greywater?

Greywater and rainwater are not the same. Rainwater is fresh precipitation straight from the sky. It is naturally pure and free from salts, chemicals, detergents and minerals. Greywater is once-used household water that comes from washing machines, baths, showers and sinks. It may contain traces of food, dirt, grease and household cleaning products, so is less ‘clean’ than rainwater. It contains bacteria and a nutrient source and, as it is often discharged warm, is an ideal environment for pathogens to multiply.

Because of this, it is not recommended that greywater is stored. It is best directed to a soakaway and released a couple of inches below surface level. Rainwater, however, is relatively clean and can therefore be safely stored for long periods of time.

How does the greywater pumping process work?

A greywater pump pushes wastewater from baths, showers, washing machines, and dishwasher into your property’s wastewater system. Greywater pumps are designed to eliminate grey wastewater safely and effectively, pumping greywater away from your home.

Can greywater be turned into drinking water?

Greywater is household wastewater that comes from showers, washing machines, baths and bathroom sinks. It is once-used water that has been in contact with humans and their germs. Even if it is treated, greywater has the potential to carry bacteria and viruses and is never going to be safe to drink. There are some ways to reuse your greywater, however — for flushing toilets, laundry and watering your garden, for example. The plumbing from most buildings directs all wastewater (greywater and blackwater) to the sewer. But if greywater is separated out from the more polluted blackwater that comes from toilets, it can be treated and used as an alternative source of water for non-potable purposes.