Planning for Wastewater Systems that Comply with new S.R. 66 legislation

21 June 2017
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By now, self builders will be aware of the Building Control Part H regulation – S.R. 66:2015 – which states that all domestic sewage treatment plants in Ireland must be compliant with this standard.

So when it comes to building your home, your choice of domestic sewage system is now crucially important, as uncertified systems will not be passed by building control.

Manufacturing trusted and durable wastewater treatment systems, Kingspan’s entire range of domestic wastewater systems are fully compliant, ensuring that new builds comply with S.R. 66: 2015.

As one of the first Irish manufacturers to gain the S.R. 66:2015 accreditation across its entire BioFicient treatment plant and Gamma/Alpha septic tank ranges, Kingspan has continually set the standards in wastewater treatment solutions.

David Best, Commercial Director for Kingspan Water Management Solutions, Ireland, adds:

“We’ve always strived to design and manufacture premium tried and tested wastewater management solutions, which is why when the guidance of S.R. 66:2015 was amended, our treatment solutions were already compliant across the entire range.”

Contact us

Through the Kingspan network of accredited installers, home-builders can avail of advice on selecting the correct wastewater treatment solutions for their homes. For further information, call 048 3026 6799 or email

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