Specifications of the wastewater treatment system at a holiday camp
|Distributor||DBO Expert - France|
|Treatment Capacity||27 m3|
|System Surface Area||520.3 m2|
|Treatment results available upon request|
The effluent of the septic tank is evenly distributed between the two cells of Advanced Enviro))Septic pipe rows. The proper functioning of the System O)) depends on a uniform distribution of wastewater between the Advanced Enviro))Septic pipe rows.
This is accomplished by using a Low Pressure Distribution System that injects the wastewater directly into the Advanced Enviro))Septic pipes. The effluent of the system is collected in a watertight membrane.
The treated water leaving the System O)) has, on average:
- 10.5 times less five-day carbonaceous biochemical oxygen demand (CBOD5),
- 7.3 times less total suspended solids (TSS), and
- 49.6 times less fecal coliform
than a conventional installation.
The treatment process of a conventional installation occurs in the native soil, while System O)) treats the wastewater within the system, protecting the native soil.