Cesspool and Silage
A cesspool is a holding tank for sewage and it has no outlet pipe. Its contents need to be emptied at regular intervals using tankers.
What is a Silage Tank and what does it do?
A silage tank is a storage tank for silage effluent and it has no outlet pipe. Its contents need to be emptied at regular intervals using tankers.
Silage Effluent has a very high BOD (Biochemical Oxygen Demand) and can cause severe damage to the environment if allowed to enter a watercourse. Because of this, silage tanks need to have a special resin liner to prevent this.
What shapes and sizes can we supply?
A-Tanks can supply both spherical (2800ltr – 9000ltr) and cylindrical (2800ltr – 54000ltr) cesspools for all your needs. Whether you need it for a domestic dwelling, caravan site or even a leisure park A-Tanks can help.
Under the building regulation cesspools MUST have a minimum capacity of 18,000ltr with 45 days storage for domestic properties.