Aerobic Treatment System
When a public sewer system is not available, a building sewer is required to have an on-site wastewater treatment system. Local and state authorities typically regulate on-site sewage treatment systems. There are two main types of on-site wastewater treatment systems;
1. Anaerobic - (no oxygen)
2. Aerobic - (oxygen using)
This document will discuss the typical aerobic treatment system. The aerobic treatment systems are also known as aerobic biological systems or package treatment systems. This type of systems treats wastewater better than the typical anaerobic septic systems. The aerobic system offers better solids separation and reduced sludge volume. The aerobic system produces high quality effluent, which can be disposed of through one of the following methods:
1. Conventional soil absorption beds
2. Drip irrigation
3. Above ground spraying
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There is currently one model available for the aerobic variation of the onsite sewage facilities tank. It is presented in concrete construction.
- OSHA Manway Access Cover
- Chemical Resistant Tank Construction
- Prepackaged System for Easy Specification & Installation
- Maintenance Notification System; Alerts of Tank Full Capacity
- Optional Metering Pump & Controls
The ParkUSA aerobic treatment system includes the following standard & optional components:
- Concrete Containment Vault
- High Level Monitoring Sensors & Controls
- Precast Concrete
- Access covers or hatchways
- Safety hatchnets
Since this is a special product that requires coordination and careful review of different variables involved, it results complex to establish a standard chart with model and size. ParkUSA offers assistance with the complete design and specifications for this product.