Domestic water and wastewater treatment products

Pump chambers

Vertical pump chambers

Vertical pump chambers

Pump chambers for housing projects and small commercial developments. The Marsh range of vertical pump chambers incorporates systems for pumping surface water or domestic sewage to mains, septic/sewage treatment plant effluent to drainage fields/watercourses, and bespoke systems for larger domestic and industrial[...]

Horizontal pump chambers

Horizontal pump chambers

Pump chambers for larger housing projects, and commercial/industrial developments. The Marsh range of vertical pump chambers incorporates systems for pumping surface water or domestic sewage to mains, septic/sewage treatment plant effluent to drainage fields/watercourses, and bespoke systems for larger domestic and industrial[...]

Marmicro pump chambers

Marmicro pump chambers

Marmicro small pump chambers for minor flows from single developments. The Marsh range of Marmicro pump chambers incorporates systems for pumping surface water or domestic sewage to mains, septic/sewage treatment plant effluent to drainage fields/watercourses, and bespoke systems for larger domestic and industrial applications. When discharge to[...]

Pump chambers for pumping sewage and water to mains

When discharge to mains is required, but to do so by gravity is impractical, a pump chambers system will be needed. Although available as floor-mounted units for indoor applications such as basements, the vast majority are installed outdoors at levels to suit on-site conditions and topography.

The Marsh range incorporates systems for pumping surface water or domestic sewage to mains, septic/PSTP effluent to drainage fields/watercourses, and bespoke systems for larger domestic and industrial applications.

Guidance notes:

  • Where foul water drainage from a domestic property is to be pumped to the mains the effluent receiving chamber should be sized to contain 24-hour inflow to allow for disruption in service, the minimum daily discharge being taken as 150 litres per person per day
  • For other building types the capacity of the receiving chamber should be based on the calculated daily demand of the water intake for the building, or when only a proportion of the foul sewage is to be pumped then the capacity should be based pro-rata
  • If the sewer is to be ‘adopted’ by a local water authority, please contact Marsh Industries as Sewers for Adoption (SFA) specification and additional local authority related criteria may apply