Are you considering selling your house
sometime in the future?

Are you struggling to sell your house
because of the new septic tank laws?

Many septic tank owners are now finding
it difficult to sell their house because
all the septic tank laws changed
on the 1st January 2020 .

So, what are these new laws and
how will they affect you?
On the 1st January 2020 the laws for septic tanks changed
The pollution act for septic tanks was
introduced on the 1st Jan 2020
to reduce the pollution risk
from septic tanks. 

Any septic tank that is found to
smell, leak or pollute the soil or
a watercourse is now illegal.

How will these laws be enforced?
A septic tank polluting the soil
These laws the are being enforced
in two ways.

1) Solicitors representing the people buying
your house will ask you a series of
questions to ascertain if your
septic tank is legal or illegal.

1) Government inspectors are visiting the
homes of septic tank owners across the
country and will ask you a series of
questions to ascertain if your
septic tank is legal or illegal.

Based on how you answer these
questions will determine whether
you septic tank will pass or FAIL
the Government questions.

If you fail the questionnaire you
cannot sell your house until you have
made your septic tank legal.

At this point what are your options?
This form will save you £1000's
This form will answer all the questions the
solicitors and Government inspectors
will ask you about your septic tank.

Once you have downloaded your form
print it off and lodge a form with your
solicitor and put a copy in you kitchen.

Job Done!
Simply, just put you name and email address
in the box below and I will send you
your Free form via email.
If you own a septic tank this is the most important video you could watch!
Are you considering selling your house
sometime in the future?

Are you struggling to sell your house
because of the new septic tank laws?

Many septic tank owners are now finding
it difficult to sell their house because
all the septic tank laws changed
on the 1st January 2020 .

So, what are these new laws and
how will they affect you?
Don't replace your septic tank
until you have read on...

Did you know that on the 1st January 2020
septic tank law changed?

Did you know that Government inspectors
will now visit all septic tank owners
in England, Wales and Scotland?

So, what are these new laws and
how will they affect you?
On the 1st January 2020 the laws for septic tanks changed
On the 1st January 2020 the laws for septic tanks changed
The pollution act for septic tanks was
introduced on the 1st Jan 2020
to reduce the pollution risk
from septic tanks. 

Any septic tank that is found to
smell, leak or pollute the soil or
a watercourse is now illegal.

How will these laws be enforced?
A septic tank polluting the soil
These laws the are being enforced
in two ways.

1) Solicitors representing the people buying
your house will ask you a series of
questions to ascertain if your
septic tank is legal or illegal.

1) Government inspectors are visiting the
homes of septic tank owners across the
country and will ask you a series of
questions to ascertain if your
septic tank is legal or illegal.

Based on how you answer these
questions will determine whether
you septic tank will pass or FAIL
the Government questions.

If you fail the questionnaire you
cannot sell your house until you have
made your septic tank legal.

At this point what are your options?
The pollution act for septic tanks was
introduced on the 1st Jan 2020
to reduce the pollution risk
from septic tanks. 

Any septic tank that is found to
smell, leak or pollute the soil or
a watercourse is now illegal.

It has been estimated that 90% of
septic tanks in England, Scotland
and Wales are now illegal.

How will these laws be enforced?

The pollution act for septic tanks was
introduced on the 1st Jan 2020
to reduce the pollution risk
from septic tanks. 

Any septic tank that is found to
smell, leak or pollute the soil or
a watercourse is now illegal.

It has been estimated that 90% of
septic tanks in England, Scotland
and Wales are now illegal.

How will these laws be enforced?

A septic tank polluting the soil
A septic tank polluting a watercourse
To enforce these laws Government
site inspectors will visit properties
throughout the UK in 2020.

If your septic tank fails the
site inspection you will be
served with a violation notice.

At this point what are your options?
This form will save you £1000's
This form will answer all the questions the
solicitors and Government inspectors
will ask you about your septic tank.

Once you have downloaded your form
print it off and lodge a form with your
solicitor and put a copy in you kitchen.

Job Done!
Please... before you consider replacing your
old septic tank or spending another penny

I have created a free video which
will show you how to make you old
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This video will save you £1000's
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If you own a septic tank this is one of the most
important videos you could ever watch!
If you own a septic tank this is one of the most
important videos you could ever watch!
If you own a septic tank this is one of the most
important videos you could ever watch!
www.septictank.co.uk