Treatment equipment

Assistance in selecting and purchasing a treatment plant


Installation of domestic wastewater treatment and disposal systems, rainwater collectors

Connecting to the Vilnius Waters UAB network

Connecting to centralized water supply and wastewater networks


Advice on equipment, installation, network connection and pricing


How to choose a treatment plant?

Biological or biochemical plant to suit your needs

Infiltration well

Evaluate the possibility of water disposal, whether an infiltration well is needed


Assess the depth of groundwater on the site

Number of users

Capacity of the facility, in terms of the number of inhabitants using it on a regular basis

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Contact us - we will objectively select the devices and solutions that best suit your situation.


How much does it cost and when can I use it?

For private clients

  • Selecting a site for the treatment plant
  • Installation of a domestic wastewater system
  • Installation of a rainwater collector
  • Disposal of treated wastewater

How much will it cost and when will I be able to use it ?


For business clients

  • Installation of domestic wastewater systems
  • Installation of a rainwater collector
  • Installation of an oil waste collector
  • Installation of a grease collector

When can we start?



How to choose a treatment plant?
  • If it is not possible to discharge the used water into a stream or drainage ditch, an infiltration well is one of the best solutions. We recommend a gravel-lined well as it increases the surface area through which the water is absorbed. This makes it easier to clean the well if it becomes blocked.

  • It depends on your needs and your lifestyle and habits. Biochemical treatment plants treat wastewater in cycles, ensuring the same quality of treatment each cycle. It is recommended for those who use more water. For a typical family of 5 people, a biological wastewater treatment plant is sufficient. It is also easier to maintain.

  • Pour the water from the plant into a clear one-litre container and let it settle for half an hour. If more than half of the sediment has accumulated, it is time to clean. If less, not yet.

  • If you have been using the infiltration field for a year or more, it may be clogged. The only solution is to dismantle the whole system, replace the pipes and relining. Precisely because it cannot be cleaned in any other way, we never suggest choosing an infiltration field. There is, however, a solution, which is to build an infiltration well at the end of the pipe, or a storage tank for treated wastewater.

  • This is a complex process and we recommend that you seek professional advice. We are experts in this field.

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