Waste Water Management

Business Stream helps you deal with your waste water in a way that protects the environment – and benefits your business

What is waste water?

Waste water is the water that exits your drains and ends up in the sewerage system. This includes normal kitchen sink refuse, toilet waste and sewage and clean rainwater drainage.

Waste water does not include liquid waste that is discharged from industrial production – this is trade effluent and requires trade effluent consent.

You do not require special consents for the removal and treatment of waste water. Waste water services are provided as standard by Business Stream and the service is included in your water charges.

Waste water experts

We can help you reduce the impact your company has on the environment and minimise water usage by taking control and minimising your waste water. You’ll benefit from our vast experience in safely and efficiently managing the waste water process plus we can:

Find ways to reduce your waste water, and lower your charges

Design, assess and build drains and sewers for your site

Design, build, upgrade or run your waste water treatment plant

Advise you on recycling ‘grey water’ – water that’s been used for washing



We can consult to optimise existing treatment systems, their chemical usage and reduction in power plus utility requirements. We’ll help to find unique solutions that reflect your business and environmental aspirations

Design and Build

Design and Build

Whether you need a new treatment plant or an upgrade to your existing treatment plant, our experienced team will assess and create a solution that best fits your needs

Operation and Maintenance

Operation and Maintenance

Business Stream has trained operators across the UK, ready to service, operate and maintain water and waste water treatment and transfer assets. From pump stations to boreholes, simple screens to full effluent treatment works

Our solution involved designing a modern sewerage treatment plant, equipped for the area’s future needs
Forestry Commission Case Study

Find out more when you get in touch with our expert team by emailing BusinessDevelopment@business-stream.co.uk