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Percolation Testing Services

TPW Systems is a leading provider of percolation testing services, offering comprehensive solutions for assessing soil absorption and drainage capabilities. With a focus on environmental sustainability and regulatory compliance, TPW Systems employs advanced techniques to evaluate septic system viability and design. Our percolation testing services help :

  •  New builds with unique background using our extensive experience and knowledge of system design and installation offering wide range of options for Borderline sites.
  • Upgrade of existing problemed sites – our speciality!
  • Planning permission submissions
  • Grant aid submission where available
  • Commercial and domestic
  • House sale compliance
  • IT systems for smooth interaction with other project professionals Architects and Local Authorities.

Our team of experts utilise state-of-the-art equipment and industry best practices to accurately measure percolation rates, ensuring optimal performance and longevity of septic systems.

Whether for residential, commercial, or municipal projects, TPW Systems delivers reliable percolation testing services tailored to meet the unique needs of each client, promoting responsible land use and environmental stewardship.

Full site assessment service with mini digger water etc

 

Percolation testing Services - The Area We Cover

TPW Systems have carried out 000’s of percolation testing in the South East since 2008 . We provide a percolation testing services to our customers and cover counties Waterford , Wexford , Kilkenny , Carlow, Wicklow ,Dublin  and Kildare .

Full Assessment : We provide a site assessment with mini digger , water etc

 

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Frequently Asked Questions

1. What is a FAqQ Septic Tank?

The Percolation Area is a designated space where treated effluent is evenly distributed over a specific area of soil. This allows for the final stage of natural filtration before the water returns to the environment.

2. What is the purpose of a Percolation Area in this system?

The Percolation Area is a designated space where treated effluent is evenly distributed over a specific area of soil. This allows for the final stage of natural filtration before the water returns to the environment.

3. How does the Savage Treatment Unit work?

The Percolation Area is a designated space where treated effluent is evenly distributed over a specific area of soil. This allows for the final stage of natural filtration before the water returns to the environment.

4. Is the installation of these systems complicated?

The Percolation Area is a designated space where treated effluent is evenly distributed over a specific area of soil. This allows for the final stage of natural filtration before the water returns to the environment.

5. Are these systems environmentally friendly?

The Percolation Area is a designated space where treated effluent is evenly distributed over a specific area of soil. This allows for the final stage of natural filtration before the water returns to the environment.

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