Category Drainfield System Design

Conventional Septic Tank/Drainfield

The conventional septic system consists of two components, the septic tank and the drainfield. The septic tank is where the solids in the wastewater accumulate. The drainfield is where disposal of the wastewater occurs. The tank does provide some degree…

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Septic Tank-Drainfield Repairs

Every conventional septic tank-drainfield system will fail at some point. Florida has one of the highest system failure rates mainly due to high water tables and weather. In a septic tank-drainfield system, failure doesn’t occur because the tank quits working….

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Aerobic Treatment-Drip Irrigation Systems

Aerobic treatment-drip irrigation systems provide a high degree of treatment to the wastewater. The water that comes out of the system is odorless and colorless. If you were to hold a glass of wastewater from this type of system up…

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Aerobic Treatment-Drip Irrigation Systems- Advantages

Aerobic treatment-drip irrigation systems can significantly reduce and often completely eliminate mounds. In areas where elevated ground water tables are present, mounds are required in order to achieve the appropriate separation between the groundwater and the absorption surface of the…

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Aerobic Treatment-Drip Irrigation Systems- Benefits

Aerobic treatment-drip irrigation systems qualify for reduction in setbacks to property lines and foundations due to how accurately drip disposal works. They also qualify for reductions in the required drainfield amount that goes in. Aerobic treatment-drip irrigation systems qualify for…

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Nitrogen-Nutrient-Reduction Septic-Systems

Nitrogen-nutrient-reduction septic systems are environmentally friendly septic systems because they treat the water to such a high degree. Nitrogen-nutrient-reduction septic systems are ideally suited for environmentally sensitive areas. Nitrogen-nutrient-reduction septic systems are high performance aerobic treatment-drip irrigation systems that qualify…

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