Member Profile



Rydal House
Colton Road
United Kingdom
WS15 3HF

Membership Type

Associate Member


01889 583811


01889 584998

Stakeholder Group


Product/Service Category (where applicable)

Construction, Consultancy, Waste water services, Water treatment

Nature of business

Design, Construction, Consultancy, Maintenance, Refurbs and Asset Assessment of Wastewater Treatment Systems with an emphasis on Constructed Wetlands.

Details of business

Project experience:
Industrial wastewater treatment
Landfill leachate and sludge treatment
Potable water sludge treatment
Sewage treatment
Surface water run-off treatment

System experience:
Aerated Reedbeds
Horizontal flow reedbeds
Vertical flow reedbeds

Project management
Maintenance / refurbishment
Research and Development

ARM has been committed to the development and application of natural wastewater treatment systems using constructed wetland technology since the 1980s.

The company has extensive capabilities and experience of designing and constructing natural wastewater treatment systems for anything from an individual dwelling to a community of 25,000 people.

Reedbeds can provide an excellent, low-cost treatment solution, and have been used extensively for the secondary and tertiary stages of the sewage treatment process, as well as for the treatment of sludge and septic tank effluent. Reedbeds can extend the life of older treatment works by polishing effluent, bringing it within regulator consent, and saving capital expenditure.

ARM have the sole distribution rights for FBA™ Aerated Reed beds for high strength domestic and industrial wastewaters including landfill leachates and Glycol contaminated wastewater from Airports. 

ARM has designed and constructed more than 500 reed bed systems, providing wastewater treatment for a whole range of applications including:
• Domestic and municipal sewage
• Industrial process water
• Landfill leachate
• Surface water run-off
• Distillery wastewater
• Minewater drainage
• Groundwater remediation from petrochemicals
• Glycol treatment from airport run-off

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