Anaerobic 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 anaerobic systems and how they are used in an anaerobic treatment system. The typical anaerobic treatment system will consist of a septic tank with the effluent discharging into a sub-surface soil absorption field, bed, one or more seepage pits, or a combination of these.
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There is currently one model available for the anaerobic 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 anaerobic 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.