We work with a range of companies nationwide – both in the public and private sector – to refurbish and maintain reed bed systems and settlement lagoons. Our customers include:
- Water companies
- Local councils
- Government departments
- Commercial businesses
- Wastewater assets that are not only operationally stable, but performing brilliantly
- Cost savings through lower OPEX and CAPEX rates, plus the avoidance of regulatory financial penalties
- Environmental benefits that reduce your carbon footprint and improve your waste recycling rates
No matter what industry you’re in, when it comes to discussions about reed bed maintenance, the first question we ask you is this: What’s the purpose of your reed bed?
Is your reed bed serving its original purpose? Or has it been built and forgotten?
You may be a water company with reed beds across many of your sites, playing their part in the wastewater treatment process.
In that case, you have an obligation to keep up with reed bed maintenance so they’re able to continue to treat sewage safely and effectively.
You might be a charity, a leisure venue, or a government department. Your reed beds help to attract visitors, slow down the decline of species, and enhance the natural surroundings.
These reed beds need to be nurtured to protect the local environment, promote biodiversity, and demonstrate your commitment to sustainability.
You could be a commercial organisation using reed beds in the final filtration process to treat trade effluent. Or to treat surface water that’s full of nasty chemicals from a car park or airport runway.
If so, your consent to discharge might be dependent upon a fully working reed bed. One that’s managed and maintained.