A treatment that is as natural as, well, Nature
Water, water and more water!
If you are not connected to your municipality’s sewer systems, you need to have a septic tank to collect the wastewater from your home. But it cannot manage the amount of water a family produces on a daily basis: showers, toilet, dishwasher, laundry, and more! That’s a lot of liters of water per day that need to be put back safely into the environment.
The septic tank retains the solids, but the liquids must be distributed, treated and infiltrated into the ground – and this is where System O)) solutions come into play. They are the only solutions that distribute, treat and infiltrate wastewater in a single activity.
Long live bacteria!
A comfortable sand bed
Take a deep breath
Bacteria need oxygen, whether dissolved for anaerobic bacteria, or in the air for their aerobic cousins. That is why System O)) solutions are ventilated, which means there is a continuous supply of air inside the pipes. The air enters through the installation’s vent and exits through the house’s roof plumbing vent. Septic tank odors therefore go up and out into the sky, and not through the patio door.
Stand-Alone Wastewater Treatment Systems for Isolated Isolated dwellings, standard applied in the province of Québec, in Canada and managed by the BNQ (Bureau de normalisation du Québec – Quebec Standards Bureau)
Wastewater Treatment by Compact Filter Process, approval from the Commission mandated to provide approvals (Commission Chargée de Formuler des Avis Techniques - CCFAT) from the Scientific and Technical Centre – Construction Industry (Centre scientifique et technique du bâtiment - CSTB), standard in effect in France;
Small autonomous domestic wastewater treatment systems up to 50 residents, standard in effect in Europe and managed by the CEBEDEAU – Centre d’expertise en eau de la Belgique (Belgium’s Water Authority);