WASTE WATER SOLUTIONS
RESIDENTIAL WASTE WATER TREATMENT SYSTEMS
ANAEROBIC WASTE WATER TREATMENT
is a biological process where micro organisms degrade organic contaminants in the absence of oxygen. Water enters a bioreactor receptacle, which contains a thick semi solid substance known as sludge, this is compromised of anaerobic bacteria and other micro organisms. These anaerobic micro organisms, or “anaerobes” digest the biodegradable matter present in the waste water, resulting in an effluent with lower biological oxygen demand (BOD), chemical oxygen demand (COD), and / or total suspended solids (TSS), as well as biogas byproducts.
- more efficiency than a regular septic tank
- installed esier in compact areas
- easy maintenance
- no honey truck needed
- no leaks, no odors
AEROBIC WASTE WATER TREATMENT
is a biological process that uses oxygen to break down organic matter and remove other pollutants like nitrogen and phosphorus. it converts the organic matter into carbon dioxide and new biomass. The Aerobic bacteria feeds on the waste in this water and aerobic treatment takes place. Aerobic treatment is used to achieve maximum degradation while meeting the strict regulations set by the Department of Environment (DOE).
- play an important role in the wastewater treatment process ensuring that wastewater can be discharged safely for our environment.
- The stabilized resulting sludge is odor free and makes and excellent fertilizer.
- The operation is relatively simple.
COMMERCIAL WASTE WATER TREATMENT SYSTEMS
Elements of our Waste Water Systems
Grease and Solid Trap
Treated water Reservoir