Flat Tank 1000
The ideal, flexible solution to collect waste from your shepherd's hut, glamping pod, log cabin, campsite and/or static caravan. When ground conditions won't allow you to bury a tank (e.g. due to tree roots, high water table, proximity to a water course, SSSI etc.), when planning permission is not forthcoming, or when you don't (yet) want to fix the position of your glamping site, our low profile tanks really fit the bill!
- Built in lifting handles and sling points
- Individual, non-removable serial number for traceability
- Non-removable, high contrast instructions and warning signs. In-mould graphic is permanent
- Sloped upper surfaces to drain off rainwater
- Sealed access ports protect against spillage and odour Increase volume by linking several tanks together to extend the period between waste pump outs
- Linkable in two directions: side-to-side; nose-to-tail Stackable, rust-free, hygienic - flexibility guaranteed
- Glamping sites
- Log cabins and static caravans Shepherds' huts
- Cesspool for camping toilet waste
Expand capacity by linking side-to-side or nose-to-tail High waste level alarms (wireless and tank-mounted) Elsan® Tipping Point add-ons
Tank Odour Trap and perfumed additives
Cesspools (sometimes called cesspits) are like Septic Tanks but with a big difference – they are not connected to a soakaway, which means they must be emptied once full.
Cesspools are usually temporary solutions until a property can either be connected to mains drainage or a sewage treatment plant is installed, although places such as camping and caravan sites often use them to hold and dispose of chemical/sewage waste.
They do however have a number of disadvantages that should be considered, for example since they need ventilation to stop gas building up inside, they tend to be smelly and of course the gases are toxic so they should not be inspected – people have passed out and fallen into cesspool tanks.
If you’re considering a cesspool because you can’t get permission to discharge effluent from a septic tank then why not think about a sewage treatment plant instead? Sewage treatment plants are not just better for the environment but they can can save you £££’s every year, partly because they do not need emptying nearly so often as a cesspool – an increasingly expensive business. (For those who live north of the border you should also be aware that cesspits and cesspools are illegal in Scotland.)
- Stock: In Stock
- Model: FlatTank1000