The Septic Tank Store is a thriving family business based in Banbury, Oxfordshire. Wayne and Stephanie have over 25 years of experience in the land drainage and wastewater industry. And this passion is now being shared by their son Hayden.
Our goal is to give our customers the peace of mind that they are purchasing a product and service from a company that guarantees expertise, efficiency and excellence. Both Wayne and Hayden are British Water trained engineers and Hayden wears a second hat as our resident qualified electrician.
Wayne Clark (Managing Director)
Wayne was mentored by his father who also ran a land drainage business – so it’s safe to say that there isn’t much Wayne doesn’t know about sewage treatment and drainage! He is passionate about finding the most eco-friendly solution to your sewage problem. If he’s not on a digger (another passion!), you will find him out running with his beloved dogs.
Stephanie Clark (Company Secretary)
If you’re wondering why the website is pink, Stephanie is the answer – she is passionate about providing the best customer service….and pink! Pink car, pink glasses, pink folders, pink pens, you get the picture.
When she’s not doing the company accounts, she is tending her 5 CL Campsite – chatting with the clients or on the mower ensuring the site is spotless. Definitely a perfectionist.
Hayden Clark (Director)
Working with his father, Hayden has built up an extensive knowledge on the subject of sewage treatment. He is a qualified electrician and is registered with Napit.
Hayden is very ‘hands on’ (useful for when he’s on site), and in his spare time he is more often than not in the workshop renovating a camper van.
Susannah Arnaboldi (Administrator)
Susannah is “ruthlessly efficient” according to a customer and although she is not convinced about being ruthless, she definitely prides herself on her organisational skills.
Like the rest of the team, she is passionate about customer service and does her best to answer even the most bizarre questions…..a recent one being ‘we used to play in an old cleaned tank as children, pretending it was a submarine, do you know what brand it was?’