ATAC Feature the Brand New E.SYBOX from DAB…!

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The new E.SYBOX has been developed as a system the only of its kind, efficient, compact and easy to use. In the field of water pressurisation, it is the most evolved in its field for domestic and residential use!

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Features Include:

  • Water cooled motor and sound dampening casing creating the quietest booster pump available today.
  • Energy efficient variable speed motor operating from 0.3KW to 1.5KW
  • Self priming down to 8 Metres
  • Anti-Vibration Mountings
  • Frost Protection
  • Wireless connectivity and modular design can expand the pump system up to a 4 pump booster set.
  • Integrated modular water storage tank system with Cat 5 connection.

Contact ATAC Today for more details! 01622 882400 or  click HERE to visit our pump shop.

ATAC Solutions bio tanks featured on ITV

Southern Water is pioneering a new system to stop unfiltered sewage being pumped into rivers during periods of heavy rainfall.

As we saw during the recent floods – when the drainage system is overwhelmed – water companies sometimes pump sewage from the sewers into local rivers, like the Nailbourne and the Little Stour in Kent.southernwater

 

Source: ITV News http://www.itv.com/news/meridian/story/2014-03-27/watching-your-waste/

Southern Water pilots ATAC Solutions bio treatment tanks to alleviate groundwater flooding

Southern Water is trialing ten mobile biological treatment tanks at seven locations in Kent and Hampshire as part of its work to alleviate the impact of groundwater flooding on customers. It is the first time such tanks have been used in the UK.

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The company, in conjunction with Atac Solutions, has developed this experimental technology to treat the excess wastewater being pumped out of sewers to a much higher standard than could previously be achieved, before returning it to the environment.

Phil Barker, Southern Water director of operations, said: “We have spent more than £10M in recent months to maintain services for customers, including using tanker lorries and temporary pumps to remove huge amounts of water from our sewers. These are emergency measures to allow households and businesses to continue to dispose of their wastewater.

“These new transportable tanks use bacteria to treat the flows from our pumps on site ─ something which has not been possible before.”

Barker continued: “We estimate that each tank can improve the quality of the water treated by as much as 40%. Importantly, the tanks also allow more oxygen to be applied during the treatment process, helping to maintain the natural balance of rivers and streams for local wildlife. We are trialling this innovative new approach, with a view to possibly using it on a wider scale in the future.”

 

Source: wwt online http://wwtonline.edie.net/news/southern-water-pilots-tanks-to-alleviate-groundwater-flooding#.Uzv4LlfQuOh