When choosing a sewage treatment system, make sure that the manufacturer’s plant has an EN 12566-3 2005 Certificate; this certificate is the only way for the plant to be legal in the UK. The Environment Agency only accepts plants that have been tested EN 12566-3 2005, and only if their percentage reduction of influent pollutants during the 38 week EN Test is below the following levels:
BIOROCK has been tested to conform to the EU Norm EN 12566-3 by the PIA in Aachen (Germany). BIOROCK's purification results are:
Furthermore, BIOROCK has the following certifications and approvals:
Tested conform EU Norm for plants up to 50PE
DIBt Zulassung, filtration level C+N
Need more info on all purification results of BIOROCK? Send us an email!
Note that: Only sewage treatment plants with the EN 12566-3 Certificate are accepted by the Environment Agency. BIOROCK primary tanks have sufficient volume to comply with the British Standards Institute.
Visit the PIA Website for a list of companies that have actually tested their systems and are allowed to sell in the UK. By working with a network of professional installers and Sewage Treatment specialists, BIOROCK complies with British Standards, the Building Regulations, and E.A. Pollution Prevention Guidelines.