My sister in law has a system. No idea who supplied it but they say it works
fine. Google found a company ...
Sewage pumping station
If there is a sewer available, but at a higher level, it may be worth
considering installation of a sewage pumping station and rising main. These
are usually relatively small tanks fitted with one or two submersible pumps,
designed either to pass solids up to a certain size (solids-handling) or
chop them up (macerators/grinders/cutters). Solids-handling pumps tend to be
cheaper and more reliable - but require larger diameter pipework.
Macerators/grinders/cutters can generally pump higher/further, through a
smaller, more flexible rising main.
PS If you are thinking of building a house take a look at these UK specific
forums. Will usually find me there somewhere...
www.askthetrades.co.uk (site was down today when I looked)
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