Over 40,000 WPL Diamond installations worldwide
Our WPL Diamond compact package wastewater treatment plant is suitable for domestic and small commercial properties in all ground conditions where mains drainage is unavailable.
Unlike traditional septic tank systems, modern package wastewater (sewage) treatment plants are better designed for todays’ increased volume of water usage in everyday life. Our WPL Diamond meets this growing demand and has an added advantage of a high quality process for wastewater (sewage) treatment, in a compact, single tank. Easy to install and maintain, our WPL Diamond range offers a longer term cost-saving solution.
With over 40,000 successful installations worldwide, we offer you a 25 years tank warranty with each WPL Diamond sold, backed up by our recommended list of independent network of experts who can install, service and maintain your plant.
Our WPL Diamond DMS (1 up to 20 people occupancy equivalent) and DMC (21-55 people occupancy equivalent) ranges are compact, odourless and entirely hidden below ground. With the flushest lids on the market, you won’t even know it’s there!Diamond DMS (1-20 people) Diamond DMC (21-55 people)
*subject to correct installation, consistent influent conditions and regular plant maintenance as per the manufacturers’ instructions.
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