Conventional systems are the most common systems.  They are sometimes referred to as standard systems.  Conventionals utilize a series of perforated pipes that are buried in gravel trenches.  The water traveling through the soil allows the waste to be treated with the natural bacteria in your soils.  This type of system does not work in heavy clay soils that do not allow water infiltration.

Aerobic Drip

A subsurface drip system distributes wastewater to the lawn through a system of tubing installed below the ground surface. It generally consists of four main components: a treatment device(the aerobic plant), a pump tank, a filtering device and a drip distribution system.  Drip systems differ from conventionals because they have much smaller drip tubes and they operate under pressure.  Drip systems also utilize the soil for waste treatment

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Aerobic Spray

Aerobic treatment units treat wastewater for homes and small businesses using the same process, only scaled down, as our municipal wastewater treatment systems use. They remove 85 to 98 percent of the organic matter and solids from the wastewater, producing effluent as clean as that from municipal services.  These systems operate much like your typical sprinkler system.  Aerobic spray systems use a chlorine disinfectant to treat the waste before it is applied to the grass.  This type of system is ideal for heavy clay soils.

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There are a number of different types of systems that can be used in our area. The main types are a conventional system, an aerobic spray system, and an aerobic drip system. Most systems will be installed in your yard in an out-of-the-way location, and go unnoticed.

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