Sewage system

The sewage system is the infrastructure on which waste water is discharged, collected and transported. A sewer system or sewer system is a system of pipes (sewers), wells and pumps that is installed underground in cities and villages. It is intended to dispose of waste water and rainwater in a safe and hygienic manner. If a sewerage system with natural decay is not possible or is impractical or ineffective, mechanical sewage is often used. Mechanical sewerage is often used in rural areas to transport waste water from scattered farms, campsites and other plots to a sewage treatment plant (WWTP). Due to the available capacity, the mechanical sewer system in principle only transports waste water. Rainwater is drained locally to open water or an infiltration system. Discharge pipes form the main transport sewer for the waste water from the free-waste sewer from sewage pumping stations to a sewage treatment plant.

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Usually, the sewage water is collected in a pumping station. When the water level in the well reaches a certain level, the system automatically ensures that the well is emptied by means of a sewage pump. Bedu pumps supplies an extensive range of submersible pumps with accessories for the sewerage market. We also supply and install complete pumping stations including control box etc.

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