Marsh WellWater Packaged Pumping Stations

The most comprehensive range of pump stations available in the UK

When discharge to mains is required, but to do so by gravity is impractical, a pumping station will be required. The Marsh pumping station systems are usually bespoke, however, there are several factors that play a role in identifying precisely the right tank sizes and type that are required for your project. At Waste Water Civils our designers can work closely with you to identify all key requirements in accompaniment with Marsh Industries’ unique process design software, Gaia Sege.


The WellWater range of pump stations are suitable for water and wastewater treatment, effluent and sewage discharge as well as grinder applications in all domestic, commercial and industrial sites:
  • Agricultural water and wastewater
  • Biofuel systems
  • Commercial buildings
  • Domestic buildings
  • Food processing
  • Industrial boilers
  • Industrial wastewater
  • Industrial water treatment
  • Marine
  • Mining
  • Pharmaceuticals
  • Wastewater transport
  • Wastewater treatment
  • Water distribution
  • Water intake
  • Water treatment
Why specify a Marsh pump station?
  • Designed to British Standard European Norm’s: BSEN12050 for structural strength and water-tightness BSEN752 to comply with hydrostatic and electrical requirements BSEN752-6 for drain and sewer systems in outside buildings
  • Smooth internal walls and integral pump well improves pump efficiency and eliminates ‘dead spots’ which can lead to odours and septicity
  • Variable invert depths and orientations ­­­to suit individual site conditions
  • Pre-assembled pipework for fully automatic operation
  • Unique ‘keying-in’ lip on WellWater: Seine range assists anchoring into concrete surround
Pump options

Marsh uses market-leading submersible pumps throughout its WellWater range of pump stations to ensure maximum reliability and efficiency with minimal clogging or wear. Pump stations can be specified with single or twin free-standing pumps, or single or twin pumps with guide rails as illustrated below. Note: Floats can be fitted directly to specific pump systems. Please contact Marsh Industries to discuss your project requirements.
Guidance notes
  • Where foul water drainage from a domestic property is to be pumped to mains the effluent receiving chamber should be sized to contain 24-hour inflow to allow for disruption in service, the minimum daily discharge being taken as 150 litres per person per day
  • For other building types, the capacity of the receiving chamber should be based on the calculated daily demand of the water intake for the building, or when only a proportion of the foul sewage is to be pumped then the capacity should be based pro-rata