Engineered Septic System in SC

Engineered Septic System in SC

Environmental Septic Solutions presents…an Engineered Septic System for residential applications. The Singulair Green Aerobic Engineered Septic System (a long statement…I know but it) incorporates Norweco’s advanced treatment process into a durable, watertight polyethylene tank. It is ideal for new and retrofit applications and can be installed easily in the most difficult job-site with just a backhoe. Incorporating patent-pending support ribs and inherently strong arch shape, the durable Singulair Green tank will provide decades of reliable performance. It’s the state of the art Septic System.

Performance
Designed for domestic wastewater flows up to 600 gallons per day, with treatment performance meeting or exceeding the strictest state and county requirements, Singulair Green is certified by NSF International. Consult with us at Environmental Septic Solutions your certified Norweco Singulair Green distributor in South Carolina. If your property receives a fail from the county meaning the soil doesn’t meet the perk test because of poor soil quality. To your advantage we can make it work. Find us on the Web
Environmental Septic Solutions uses Aerobic Treatment Units, in particular the Norweco’s Singulair Green Wastewater Treatment System. It’s a state-of-the-art treatment system that quietly and efficiently treats all incoming wastewater by automatically returning harmless effluent to the environment in just 24 hours. Contact us for a consultation at 803-802-2270 or email your info through our website – www.EnviromentalSepticSolutions.com

Aerobic treatment units (ATUs) rely on air injection systems and blowers to create an oxygenated (aerated) environment, which is able to support bacterial populations that break down organic material. This aeration process produces an effluent that is lower in total suspended solids (TSS) and biochemical oxygen demand (BOD) than that of conventional systems. The injection of air into the ATU agitates the wastewater, so solids are readily mixed with the bacteria, facilitating digestion of the organic matter by bacteria. There is a step in the process where any settled solids and bacteria are returned back to the aerobic portion of the tank for mixing and additional treatment. A clarification step is also a part of the treatment, allowing for solids and bacteria to settle out of the wastewater prior to distribution to the drain-field, helping to ensure that effluent leaving the ATU contains as few solids and organic matter particulates as possible. Read about the systems specs here…Singulair Green