Is it possible to attain a high level of treatment and disperse wastewater within the same footprint? The use of combined treatment and dispersal (CTD) solutions enables you to do this in applications as small as single-family residential homes to larger commercial treatment systems.
How quickly can I get to a decentralized wastewater treatment plant design when scoping out a new commercial project?
Approximately one in four American households rely on some form of decentralized wastewater treatment system. The impacts of non-existent or malfunctioning systems can include illness, and environmental degradation in communities. The Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) Clean Water State Revolving Fund (CWSRF) provides financing resources for upgrading decentralized wastewater treatment systems throughout the United States.
Biomat has often been referred to as a “progressive failure” of the drainfield, but it is quite the opposite. Biomat is part of the drainfield’s maturing process and plays a crucial role in its ability to evenly distribute and properly treat effluent.
This year Infiltrator Water Technologies celebrates 35 years of innovation in the onsite wastewater industry! Let's take a look back at where it all began and where we are today.