AdvanTex ® Greywater Treatment Systems. Orenco offers a variety of AdvanTex ® Greywater Treatment Systems suitable for a wide range of flows. For example, the AdvanTex AX10-RTUV is designed for commercial and residential small-flow applications.
Aerobic Treatment Units: An Alternative to Septic Systems Why choose aerobic treatment? Septic tank-soil absorption sys-tems are relatively inexpensive and are easy to maintain. They are the most common onsite wastewater treatment systems used in rural areas. However, there are many households for which a traditional septic system may not be the best wastewater treatment option. Regulations are changing to accept aerobic treatment systems as part of the normal approval process.
Drip irrigation ($2,500 to $15,000) is a shallow drainfield where water trickles out over a wide area in measured doses from a pump chamber. Installers can snake the flexible piping around trees and shrubs, which makes it easier to fit the drainfield into an established landscape.
The septic system is a natural method of treating and disposing liquid household waste. The first component of all septic systems is the tank. Most tanks are split into two compartments and have pipe baffles and an outlet filter to ensure the solids stay in the tank.
The septic tank's outlet is a 4" transport pipe that delivers effluent (liquid) to the conventional gravity drain field. The drain field is generally a gravel type bed system consisting of a series of 4" drain pipes installed to ensure proper distribution within the gravel bed .
The mound system includes a septic tank, a dosing chamber, and a mound. Waste from homes is sent to the septic tank where the solid fraction settles to the bottom of the tank. The effluent is sent to a second tank called a dosing chamber, from which the effluent is distributed to the mound at a metered rate (in doses).
PRESSURE . DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS. Septic tanks and drainfields have been used for many . years but not all soil and site conditions work well for gravity septic systems. The pressure distribution system is one alternative that provides: •Dosing and resting cycles. •Uniform distribution of wastewater. •Shallow placement of the drainfield.
understand your sand filter system and keep it operating safely at the lowest possible cost. A typical sand filter system has four working parts: chamber rises above the “ON” float. The alarm 1. The septic tank. 2. The pump chamber with the pump. 3. The sand filter. 4. The disposal component including a drainfield (or possibly a mound) with its