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University of Wyoming AMK Ranch Enviro-Septic AES Treatment System

Upgrade of existing, inadequate potable water and on-site sanitary sewer systems was needed to serve the existing lodge, houses, and cabins at the University of Wyoming’s AMK Ranch research center adjacent to Jackson Lake in Grand Teton National Park. Owned by the US National Park Service’s Grand Teton National Park, the system needed to comply with federal regulations.

Project Snapshot

System Specifications: 6500-gallon per day AES Treatment System with 3,120 lf of AES Pipe

Infiltrator Products Used: Presby Environmental Advanced Enviro- Septic (AES) Combined Treatment and Dispersal System

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