Kingspan Klargester is delighted to launch its new CPD: ‘Understanding off-mains drainage: current building regulations, wastewater treatment options and further signposting'.

This popular CPD is fully accredited by CIBSE and Engineers Ireland. Its purpose is clear – to provide you with a no nonsense, comprehensive guide through the fundamentals of off-mains drainage and the key factors to consider when specifying a commercial or domestic wastewater project.

Relevant Codes of Practice

The short presentation (duration of 30 minutes) also explains current legislation in Ireland including a breakdown of the relevant Codes of Practice, with further signposting links to trusted authorities included for additional information.

The importance of correctly specified solutions when it comes to wastewater management cannot be overstated in our current local environment.

In 2019 the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) declared that the water quality of almost half of river sources in Ireland, is unsatisfactory and the number of pristine waters has fallen to an all-time low*. It has been widely recognised that we all need to work harder to reduce the impact of wastewater discharges on water quality.

As a local manufacturer with more than 70 years of experience, Kingspan Klargester has a unique position in providing trusted and expert advice through its ongoing CPD programme.

The Klargester product portfolio is fully compliant and includes domestic and commercial sewage treatment plants, pumping stations, fuel and oil separators, septic tanks, grease separators and rainwater harvesting.

How to book

Kingspan Klargester’s off-mains drainage CPD is free to attend. Virtual sessions are held on a monthly basis, or alternatively these can be delivered ‘on-demand’ virtually to suit your team’s availability.

To book your slot, email: visit: or call 0818 543 540.   

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*Water Quality in Ireland Report 2013 - 2018, Environmental Protection Agency