In the United States 11 states have completely legalized the use of cannabis for both medicinal and recreational use. Several other states have a mixed legalization status, based on medical use only and decriminalization. Marijuana is still fully illegal in only eight states. Cannabis is a multibillion-dollar industry and some studies project more than triple revenue growth over the next several years.
For over 30 years, Infiltrator has applied science and technology to further the onsite industry’s goals of improved public health and better water quality. While we continue to make septic systems healthier, more reliable and longer-lasting, we are committed to manufacture products that also help to conserve our precious natural resources.
A well-maintained onsite wastewater treatment system can last decades. However, there are some instances where the onsite wastewater treatment system could malfunction prematurely, which can be due to a variety of factors based on the septic tank specifications, the surrounding environment, and water usage. The following highlights common causes of onsite wastewater treatment system malfunction and common solutions.
A decentralized wastewater treatment system is an effective and efficient solution for residential, commercial, or small municipal applications as an option to centralized sewers or where connection to a centralized sewer system is not available. The decentralized approach to wastewater treatment involves the use of a treatment system that is located at or near the site where wastewater is generated, such as a small community, subdivision, school, RV park/campground, fuel station, or industrial work site. There are a variety of proven options for wastewater treatment systems. The following is a listing of three wastewater treatment system solutions for decentralized wastewater treatment:
Proper excavation and bedding procedures are essential for a quality septic tank installation. This list outlines the best practices for installing a septic tank.