How to make the right choice for your new septic system?

The simplest technology to treat waste water in an in a cost-effective and sustainable way, it's clearly System O))

advanced enviro septic

No moving parts. Permanent filter media.

The heart of System O)) is the Advanced Enviro))Septic technology. Its wastewater treatment process is in fact a controlled and concentrated reproduction of the natural self-regeneration cycle of our ecosystem.

Thus, this technology links distribution, treatment and infiltration of water into a single natural activity.

commercial septic sytem technology
Guide sélection d'installation septique

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“Before buying” !

Buying a septic system is a major investment. See 3 important points before buying:

  1. Criteria not to be overlooked
  2. Comparison grid of technologies on the market
  3. Important milestones for your project

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This guide includes information on the 20% tax credit offered by the Government of Quebec for any septic system upgrade.

Crédit Impot sur installation septique

Our wastewater treatment systems, in combination with your septic tank, provide economic benefits

No or very low maintenance

No filter media replacement. No emptying of lines.
No mechanical parts to maintain or replace.

Long life installation

The pipe is guaranteed for 20 years by the manufacturer.
Polyethylene has a lifespan of 200 years when underground.

No electricity

The biological technology at the heart of System O)) solutions does not require electricity.


Onsite Residential Wastewater Treatment Technologies, standard applied in Canada and managed by the BNQ (Bureau de normalisation du Québec – Quebec Standards Agency);

Standalone 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 Agency)

Residential Onsite Systems, standard applied in the U.S.A. and managed by the National Sanitation Foundation;