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BS EN ISO 9001 Design & Manufacture

SPEL provide a wide range of products and systems for the storage, attenuation, monitoring, treatment and utilisation of surface water. This includes our latest SuDS complaint products and SPEL fuel/oil Separators that meet the European standard BS EN 858.

Our products are manufactured by advanced state-of-the-art filament winding and are designed for many applications including but not limited to: package pumping stations, emergency spillage containment, sewage primary settlement treatment, fire sprinkler reservoirs, transformer oil containment, waste and oily water storage etc.

SPEL GRP tanks are bespoke built in a wide range of capacities, for underground and above ground applications, in both horizontal and vertical formats.

Solutions & Products


The SuDS approach mimics natural drainage by incorporating different components designed to allow infiltration into the ground, provide storage on site and/or slow down (attenuate) flows of rainwater.

SPEL Oil & Grease Separators

SPEL Stormceptors are designed for long term performance and with SPEL high volume coalescer units, low maintenance.

SPEL Tankstor

SPEL Tankstor tanks are manufactured for many applications and in a wide range of specifications to handle such substances as water, sewage, farm effluent, petroleum products and chemicals.

SPELGuard Commissioning & Servicing

The SPELGuard service and support division has been set up to monitor, service and maintain your SPEL water quality assets at peak performance.

SPEL Pollution Containment Systems

SPEL Products supply containment tanks to safeguard accidental spillage during the loading and offloading of chemicals.

SPEL Package Pumping Systems

SPEL package pumping stations incorporate all pumping equipment; pipework, valves, pedestals, guide rails factory fitted and tested – eliminating expensive sitework installing pumping equipment under difficult conditions.

Protect our environment reliably and efficiently

Leaks and spillages of oil and fuel are washed down drains every time it rains and, unless intercepted, find their way into water courses, polluting reservoirs and rivers. This can have a disastrous effect on plants and wildlife.

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