Residential Septic System
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Traditional residential septic systems use leach fields and the underlying soil to help treat wastewater. Although this treatment process can be effective, it often contaminates the surrounding groundwater. Worse still, excessive buildup can clog nearby soil, which eventually causes the entire septic system to break down. By contrast, Enviro-Septic® technology creates a living bacterial ecosystem that safely removes 99% of contaminants before releasing treated water back into the soil. As a result of its patented design:
- Both wastewater treatment and dispersal occupy the same small footprint.
- Both the soil and groundwater remain protected from effluent contamination.
Enviro-Septic® is an Affordable Residential Septic SystemThanks to its unique design, the Enviro-Septic® wastewater treatment system installs easily, helping to reduce many of the excavation and labor costs associated with replacing or upgrading older residential septic systems. And because the entire system uses passive filtration:
- There are no mechanical devices, pumps, or crushed stones.
- There are no additives, chemicals, or replacement media.
Enviro-Septic® Residential Septic Systems Are DurableWith no mechanical moving parts, Enviro-Septic® enjoys an incredibly low failure rate. The system even has the ability to “rejuvenate” itself using its internal treatment technology. This longevity helps to explain why Enviro-Septic® is already the “system of choice” in its home state of New Hampshire. And it also explains why this treatment solution is becoming so widespread throughout the United States.
Enviro-Septic® Pipe Is VersatileThe technology’s streamlined design allows for easy installation across a broad range of residential, commercial, or municipal applications. You can adapt this septic treatment system for:
- Flat or sloped lots.
- Rough or smooth terrain.
- Open areas or confined spaces.