Septic Treatment Systems

There are a number of options available for septic treatment systems, what you use depends on the situation. We can supply and install both domestic and commercial septic tanks.

Sand Filtered Treatment Systems

Sand Filter Treatment Systems offer an environmentally sound effluent treatment method for properties that wish to reclaim the water through an irrigation system.

  • EPA and local council approved systems
  • Under ground systems with no unsightly boxes in your garden
  • One pump that operates only as you use the system for maximum energy efficiency, unlike other treatment systems that need to operate for 6-8 hours a day to aerate the sewerage
  • 100% of the water from the home is recycled onto the garden

Sand Filter Treatment Systems are secondary treatment systems, as they require the primary treatment of effluent by a septic tank. They feature an underground bed of sand, which receives the effluent from the septic tank. Sand is a highly effective, naturally absorptive material that can treat effluent to a very high standard.

The treated effluent passes to a land application system and is of sufficient quality to be used for irrigation.

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Biocycle Wastewater Treatment Systems

BioCycle® aerobic wastewater treatment systems are the modern, environment-friendly alternative to old-fashioned septic tanks. BioCycle® wastewater treatment systems digest solid wastes and use controlled natural processes to purify wastewater. This clean, odourless, disinfected water is then recycled through garden drippers or sprinkers or through sub surface irrigation systems.

Wastewater includes the outflow from your:

  • toilets
  • laundry troughs
  • baths and showers
  • washing machines
  • hand-basins
  • kitchen sinks
  • bathroom/laundry floor drains
  • dishwashers

This wastewater is heavily contaminated and empties into drainpipes running under the floor of your home, connecting to an underground Main Sewer Drain running around the outside of the house.

The average household uses 100-150 litres per person every day. If your home is in a non-sewered area, the Drain will usually end at one of the following:

  • wastewater treatment system
  • septic tank/soakage trenches.

Treated Waste Water can be re-used
Once the BioCycle has treated the wastewater it can be re-used onto your garden or onto a specific allocated irrigation area. Saving you water, saving the environment and saving you money.

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