The 2018 “Camp Fire” devastated the community of Paradise, California, killing 85 people, destroying 11,000 homes, and displacing nearly 50,000 people. The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) needed to stabilize the situation and support rehabilitation of the community. This required a 1500-person workforce housing camp, which included 400 temporary housing units, laundromat, and food preparation and dining facilities.
System Specifications: 100,000-gallon per day AES Treatment
System with 33,600 lf of AES Pipe
Infiltrator Products Used: Presby Environmental Advanced Enviro- Septic® (AES) Combined Treatment and Dispersal System & AES Pipe
Contractor and Engineer: NexGen Septics, LLC and NexGen Engineering & Consulting, LLC