Primary School | Hampshire

Posted in: Archived- Dec 21, 2014

CaptureThe need to replace a failing Septic Tank serving a Hampshire Primary School and private dwelling with a Waste Water Treatment Plant, led to the purchase of a
Bio-Bubble Waste Water and Sludge Treatment Plant.

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National Trust | Mottisfont

Posted in: Archived- Aug 08, 2014

Mottisfont has seen a steady rise in visitor numbers over the years and this is expected to continue to rise year on year. The original installation in 1994 had a 20 year projected design requirement which has now been exceeded and with the forecasted annual visitor numbers increasing to a potential peak of 300,000 people per annum the time had come to future proof the compliance once again. When the Bio-Bubble was first commissioned the Mansion House was only open 6 days a week and closed to visitors between October and Easter with only a skeleton staff presence through that period which meant the way in which the Treatment Plant was operated needed to change.

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Function Hall | St Agnes | Isles of Scilly

Posted in: Archived- May 09, 2014

St Agnes HarbourSt. Agnes is the Southernmost of five inhabited islands in the Isles of Scilly which has seen a declining resident population over the last hundred years. Island life on the exposed archipelago is dictated by the weather and the Island Hall is pivotal for the provision of leisure and social opportunity, the hall even provides emergency shelter for camping visitors to St. Agnes during particularly violent Atlantic storms.

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Lanhydrock House | National Trust

Posted in: Archived- Apr 02, 2014

Having had a Bio-Bubble Waste Water and sludge treatment facility that was first commissioned for the new visitor season of 1998, and having consistently treated the waste from Lanhydrock to an exceptional standard despite the annual visitor numbers of 220,000 passing the design horizon initially set; the Trust had no qualms building on that success when they had to choose how to process the additional waste from their new Lanhydrock Café & Cycle Hub facilities.

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“The Kennels” | Goodwood Estate

Posted in: Archived- Nov 28, 2013

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“The Kennels” is the central clubhouse for all of the Goodwood Estate’s sporting and social memberships and is an intrinsic part of Lord and Lady March’s Goodwood Estate.  The Kennels produces up to 40 m of waste water each day, formerly the waste would run into septic tanks after having received primary settlement which latterly had become quite a significant expense due to the number of tanker movements required.  As a result, The Goodwood Estate Committee decided to engage John Cornick of Ecoteric Systems, an environmental consultancy company, to assist with evaluation, design and selection of the most suitable process.

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Northey Island | National Trust

Posted in: Archived- Oct 30, 2013

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Over the last 20 years a lot of development has been seen within the electronic controls industry which has enabled all sorts of products to run more efficiently. Advanced Aeration’s Bio-Bubble combined waste water and sludge treatment process is no exception. The product has seen significant development in the way in which it is controlled to further enhance the environmental characteristics for which we are best known.

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Vineyard & Winery | Rathfinny Estate

Posted in: Archived- Oct 03, 2013

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When Mark Driver, a successful Hedge Fund manager, ordered a Bio-Bubble waste water treatment plant for his new, what will eventually be, largest single site vineyard and winery in Europe, one could not help being quietly chuffed. A man like Mark always does his homework so naturally we were very proud to be chosen to provide Rathfinny Estate with a state-of-the-art waste water treatment plant. When the new winery is up to full production of circa 1 million bottles of Sussex Sparkling Wine, we will be delighted that we will have played a small part for the business by dealing with the 40 m3/day of waste water during the seasonal production.

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SAS Institute

Posted in: Archived- Dec 15, 2012

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The 1300 Population Bio-Bubble WWTP installed in 2001 for the American computer software giant, SAS Institute, has had such consistent excellent results over the past 10 years, including near full nutrient removal, (Independent Test Results as per the Environment Agency public register, copies available upon request) that the company decided to expand the re-use capacity of this resource from just the irrigation of the cricket pitch, which they provide for the company team and the villagers, to the provision of water for the extensive “Pop-Up” irrigation system, which waters many of the estates beds and precious trees which form part of the arboretum. Additionally the final effluent from the Bio-Bubble WWTP is also plumbed to feed water to the main office building for toilet flushing.

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Anglian Water Services | Sculthorpe WwTw

Posted in: Archived- Nov 26, 2012


The 1,500 population Bio-Bubble installed for Anglian Water Services at Sculthorpe, Norfolk, has a 10 year exemplary record for discharging extremely high quality Effluent. The Treatment works location adjacent to the Syderstone Common nature reserve; a SSSI reserve most notable for a population of natterjack toads, one of only two inland sites in the UK where the rare toad is still found.

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Industrial Estate | Eridge Park

Posted in: Archived- Oct 03, 2012

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The Neville Estate Company responsible for the overall management of the family owned 3,000 acre Eridge Park Estate had a need to improve the Waste Water Treatment facilities at Sham Farm an industrial hub for much of the estates business. A variety of businesses operate from the Sham Farm Industrial Estate complex, along with the waste from a number of farm cottages and the facilities associated with the 100 pitch camp site.

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