Located in a small village in a valley surrounded by mountains in France, this project consists of installing a wastewater treatment system for an institutional building that organizes activities for youth. During these activities, there are many people on site, resulting in high quantities of wastewater for specific periods of time.
The flow of wastewater through the soil is difficult to observe in the field, but an understanding of how it behaves through the different layers of material that make up a treatment or leaching unit could help us make better decisions when preparing plans and specifications of a septic system, all the while complying with applicable local laws and regulations.
DBO Expert is proud to offer products from the Quebec company ATTITUDE. whose cleaning and disinfecting products are entirely designed to minimize their environmental impact and carbon footprint, and in the same vein, on septic tanks and System O)) septic systems.
Why and how is the passively-controlled biomass in a System O)) septic system necessary to the wastewater treatment.
Large wastewater treatment system for a mining camp generating 49,500 L/day in Northern Quebec, Canada.
The required maintenance of a wastewater treatment system is an important element to consider when choosing between different technologies. You should know the obligations you’ll face once you install a septic system, to avoid unpleasant surprises. Although the Advanced Enviro))Septic technology is at the core of a System O)) solution, each has varying maintenance needs.
This case study shows the installation of a System O)) community septic system, with Advanced Enviro))Septic technology, that has a daily hydraulic load of over 17,000 L on the shores of Lac Castor, in Quebec.
DBO Expert’s System O)) wastewater treatment solutions was attributed the “Solar Impulse Efficient Solution” Label following an assessment performed by external independent experts and based on verified standards.
System O)) septic installations must have good ventilation so that the bacteria that treat the wastewater have enough oxygen.