The project engineer, Matthew Puntin, P.E. of SK Design Group, considered several options for the 9,900 GPD system including Infiltrator Chambers and conventional stone and pipe. He ultimately selected an Advanced Enviro-Septic® (AES) combined treatment and dispersal system because of the 25 percent footprint reduction as compared to chambers and the ability to install the system with the existing land contours. The footprint of a stone and pipe system would have had to be 50 percent larger than the selected AES system. In addition, the substantial reduction in footprint also reduced the construction cost.
9,900 GPD subsurface AES combined treatment and dispersal system installed in two 4,743 sqft C33 sand beds at a Massachusetts four-season resort
Infiltrator Products Used:
6,000 linear foot Advanced Enviro-Septic® combined treatment and dispersal system.