The Launde Abbey estate, which dates back to the 12th century, is established in 450 acres of outstanding rural Leicestershire countryside. Extensive redevelopment on the estate has involved the building of new conference, dining and accommodation facilities, necessitating updating of its sewage treatment facilities.
Consideration in the final specification of the product was given to the need of the final effluent to be of a high standard to meet the required low ammonia & BOD levels. The estate is surrounded by lakes with high levels of fish and wildlife.
Marsh Industries was chosen and provided detailed design schedules to the Consultant Engineers. Due to the variations in daily loadings a Marsh Ultra Polylok 135PE was specified.
Biomarble was selected from Warden Biomedia random filter media range to provide ultra-efficient and cost-effective aerobic treatment in the Marsh sewage treatment plant.
Steve Boyer, Director at Marsh Industries said, "Marsh Industries works closely with Warden Biomedia and the two companies have a long established working relationship. Warden's filter media have always met all of our expectations for efficiency and performance in our wastewater treatment package plants"