A new AutoCamp glamping facility just outside the west entrance to Joshua Tree National Park in San Bernardino, California required a wastewater treatment system that could handle daily flows from the 55 Airstream campers estimated at 100 gallons per day (GPD) per Airstream.
This family resort features skiing, snowboarding, mountain biking, camping, a mountain coaster and more. The resort needed to replace an existing septic system that was deemed a failure.
The town of Geraldine, Alabama has a population of approximately 1,100 people and needed a wastewater treatment system that was easy to operate and that could be expanded to accommodate future population growth.
The town of Section, Alabama is in the northeast corner of the state and has a population of 770. Local septic systems did not meet current requirements and the town needed a 30,000 gallon per day wastewater treatment system to process the domestic waste produced by both residential and commercial entities.
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