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The pressures on marina operators are increasing. From berth holders looking for better facilities, local authorities looking for possible revenue from improved facilities, and people looking for a cleaner environment.
The majority of marinas offer fresh water, electricity, telephone, fuel and sometimes gas. In spite of increasing awareness, many don't offer Pump-Out Systems for boat sewage disposal, which would provide an instant solution to major pollution criticisms.
The most common objections to installing quayside pump-out equipment are a perceived lack of demand, a fear or lack of understanding of boat effluent disposal systems and last but not least, cost.
Legislation is imminent therefore it is prudent to consider installing equipment voluntarily, for example, it should be included in plans for future expansion or work. Additionally sufficient area and access to it for an appropriate Pump-Out System should be put aside in the course of any development plans.
When building or redeveloping marinas, operators must consider installing at least some basic system, which will allow for future expansion when needed!
The most important aspect of any pump-out arrangement is the pump itself and several factors will determine which one should be selected. These are:
Lee Sanitation can advise upon, supply and install a variety of pumps. Pumps come in a range of specification and types, all designed to work under different conditions.
In addition to the decision of what equipment is to be used and where it is to be housed, the quality and appearance of the protective housing needs to be assessed.
If you have any other information regarding your site layout, proposed installation plans, you can upload your files providing Leesan with a better understanding and helping us to come up with the best soloution possible.