Schools, Camping Grounds, National Parks, Aboriginal Communities and Caravan Parks are often located in remote regions and in non-sewered locations. An added complication for these facilities is they are often subject to substantial variations in effluent loads.
The Advance Enviro-septics passive biological treatment process is the most tolerant Advanced Secondary System capable of handling these loads variations. The large bacterial surface area (7m2 per Lm of AES pipe) and highly oxygenated biological environment created by the AES oxygen flow path allows the bacterial load to adjust rapidly according to the volume of carbon entering the system.
Conventional AWTS system can suffer major failure through bacterial die off in low load periods resulting in high maintenance costs and poor quality out put.
The high fat contact of native food sources such as Turtle and Dugong can also give rise to major maintenance, operational and community health cost outcomes.
The design and application flexibility of the Advanced Enviro-septic can provide a natural, low maintenance and affordable solution to your on-site wastewater needs. Benefits that have seen Advanced Enviro-septic installed on systems ranging from 280 litres per day on the national trail toilet to a 300,000 litre per day system servicing at Holiday village on the shores of Lake Sunapee the largest fresh water lake in North East America.
Added to this is the ability for your local plumbers to quickly and with out cost attain certification to install AES system and you also avoid the considerable cost of specialised installation contractors. The team at Advanced Enviro-septic assist at all levels of design, approval and installation to build knowledge and the best environmental and community health outcomes naturally.
With design, Advanced Enviro-septic can be combined with additional stages of treatment to facilitate affordable water reuse options.