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AN NI DUSTRY FIRST Compliantwith 2020 general binding rules


AcousticVibrationReduction (A(AVR) unit Designed to reduce noise and vibration from


AV


diaphragmcompressors used in the water and wastewater treatment sectors.


 Significantly reduces compressor volume and vibration, addressing concerns of noise pollution in rural areas


 No reduction in air pressure  Requires no electrics


 Easy retrofit to existing compressors


Uni:Gem


Unique septic tank to sewage treatment plant conversion unit


conforms with 2020 General Binding Rules (GBRs for septic tanks or small conversion unit which exceeds EN12566-3 / EN12566-6 standards and Marsh Industries’ latest innovation, the Uni:Gem , is a unique septic tank


Positioned behind any existing septic tank the Uni:Gem tr sewage treatment plants for domestic use).


effluent can be discharged safely to a river, ditch or watercourse. (The UK Forward is less than BOD 20:TSS 30: Ammonia 20), meaning final discharge to an effluent quality of BOD 12.25:TSS 16:Ammonia 14.845 mg/l eats the septic tank


particularly those who need to upgrade or replace their septic tanks before 1st ovides notable benefits for existing septic tank owners,


The Uni:Gem pr January 2020. Polluting septic tank


Septic conversion unit Marsh Uni:Gem


+44 (0)1933 654582 | sales@marshindustries.co.uk |www.marshindustries.co.uk


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