Commercial Septic System

Conventional commercial septic systems use leach fields and the surrounding soil to treat wastewater and other effluent. Although this strategy does produce partially treated water, it also sends waste into the ground and underlying aquifer. And over time, this buildup can lead to:

  • Irreversible groundwater contamination and soil erosion.
  • Lost business productivity and costly repairs.
Commercial Septic System

But with the Enviro-Septic® wastewater treatment septic system, it’s possible to avoid the above septic-related health and environmental issues. Unlike with traditional commercial septic system water treatment solutions, the Enviro-Septic® system uses a living, breathing bacterial ecosystem to remove up to 99% of contaminants before sending treated water into the surrounding soil.

This passive filtration technology combines treatment and dispersal into one small footprint, thus minimizing the environmental impact of commercial-scale wastewater treatment.

However, the benefits of this patented treatment technology don’t stop there. Below are just some of the reasons why the Enviro-Septic system is increasingly the “system of choice” for business owners and commercial property developers across the country.

Benefit 1: The Enviro-Septic® System Is Affordable

Because of its streamlined design, Enviro-Septic products install very quickly, helping you avoid many of the excavation and labor costs associated with conventional septic system installations.

In addition, operating and maintaining Enviro-Septic® systems is significantly cheaper, given that there are no moving parts, additives, or chemicals involved. Passive filtration allows the Enviro-Septic pipe to continue operating at peak performance – devoid of wear and tear. This unmatched endurance removes the need to invest in costly replacements or upgrades.

Benefit 2: The Enviro-Septic® System Is Powerful

Although the Enviro-Septic® wastewater treatment system is smaller than traditional water treatment solutions, it matches the raw performance of much larger septic systems. Even with commercial-sized applications, the Enviro-Septic® system consistently removes up to 99% of all contaminants to produce highly treated water that is safe enough to send back into the surrounding soil.

Benefit 3: Enviro-Septic® Technology Is Versatile

Thanks to its compact design, Enviro-Septic® pipe can be installed practically anywhere, whether you’re working with:

  • Flat or sloping terrain.
  • Open or confined spaces.
  • Straight or curved contours.

This unrivaled flexibility makes the Enviro-Septic® product the ideal solution for a broad range of residential and commercial applications. And because of its modular design, you can easily add as little or as much capacity as you need.

Benefit 4: Enviro-Septic® Systems Are Green

There are a number of commercial septic systems that approach the treatment standards of the Enviro-Septic® system. But most of these alternatives rely on leach fields to treat effluent. And over time, this often results in soil degradation and aquifer contamination.

By contrast, the Enviro-Septic® system technology safely removes up to 99% of all contaminants before sending highly treated water back into the ground. This helps to protect nearby waterways and other endangered resources. In fact, the Enviro-Septic® wastewater treatment system currently exceeds the on-site septic system secondary treatment guidelines established by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).

Is the Enviro-Septic® System Right for Your Commercial Septic System Needs?

If you’re looking for a commercial septic system that is greener, cheaper, and more powerful than most commercially available alternatives, the Enviro-Septic® system pipe may be the perfect wastewater treatment solution for you.

To learn more about this revolutionary septic system water treatment technology, contact us today for a free consultation.

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In September 2009, Advanced Enviro-Septic®…became the first product of its kind to receive Standard 40 Class I Certification from NSF International…and getting Standard 40 Class I Certification is a big deal; systems are tested for at least six months, following NSF protocol and must achieve exceptional effluent quality. Stephen Hochbrunn, NEIWPCC, Interstate Water Report, Fall 2010