Water Dr. is a certified installer for environmentally friendly packaged treatment plants. These state of the art sewage treatment systems put cleaner effluent out to your leach field. The system eliminates the need for unsightly above ground venting. You won't experience any unwanted odours and your system will run longer without expensive servicing. Packaged Treatment Plants require a smaller leach field, which is an important feature to many rural property owners.
Water Dr. can install either concrete or fiberglass treatment plants on your property. When we design your new septic system, we can give you the pros and cons of each.
Packaged Sewage Treatment Plants from Water Dr. are certified as meeting the National Sanitation Foundation (NSF/ANSI) Standard 40 Class 1 for Residential Wastewater Treatment Systems. This is a requirement set out by Alberta Municipal Affairs.
A typical Packaged Treatment Plant is made up of three separate tanks to process your wastewater. The first tank which is called the trash tank receives the wastewater from your home. In this tank most of the solids will settle to the bottom, to be pumped out by your septic service company. The second tank is the treatment tank, this tank receives the wastwater from the trash tank.
Most modern treatment tanks will have a system to pump air bubbles through the wastewater. This activates bacteria that consumes the organic matter in your household waste. The treated wastewater then flows into the final tank. This tank is known as the pump chamber or the dose tank. The dose tank is where the effluent pump is installed. The treated wastewater is pumped out to your leach field where it is absorbed into the ground.
This made in Canada packaged treatment plant uses Moving Bed BioReactor (MBBR) technology to provide septic treatment that meets or exceeds all Provincial environmental standards.
Septic tanks work by using bacteria provided by nature to break down household waste. The CWS-MBBR pumps air into the waste, which causes bacteria to grow and thrive in much larger amounts. The increase population of bacteria speeds up the process of breaking down domestic waste. The result is a cleaner, clearer, discharge.
Why Water Dr. Recommends the CWS-MBBR: