Advantages of the sewage treatment process
The sewage treatment process has many advantages on top of just dealing with the wastewater from your home.
Advanced wastewater process protects the delicate balance in the groundwater in the area by releasing water free of harmful pollutants. A well functioning system is odourless and quiet, further safeguarding air and noise pollution in the area.
Saves water and money
Reusing the grey (water from showers, baths, sinks, and laundry) and black (water from the toilet) water from your home to water the garden or surrounding landscape you’re saving money and keeping your garden green at the same time.
Wastewater treatment it a great water saving method for dry or drought affected areas.
A home sewage plant removes the need to pay for often expensive connections to the local sewage network. It also removes your reliance on an external system, meaning if anything goes wrong you can deal with it promptly, you’re not waiting for council repairs.
This method of sewage treatment is also ideal for remote areas as the systems can be installed almost anywhere water treatment is needed.
Cost effective to run
Once installed and up and running the water treatment process is long lasting and very cost effective to operate with low maintenance requirements and minimal power needs.
A natural aerobic bacteria are used to help breakdown the sewage removing many of the pollutants and bacteria.Looking to install a Home Sewage Treatment System? Let our wastewater experts help you.
This is especially important in areas at serious risk of disease where sanitation practices are only basic. A wastewater treatment plant can help prevent the spread of disease as the process can kill off harmful organisms which cause diseases such as dysentery, gastroenteritis, and cholera.
Reduces ground pollution
The treatment process the sewage goes through oxidises and absorbs the organic matter converting it to carbon dioxide, nitrogen, and water helping to lower the number of pollutants in the treated wastewater protecting the creeks, lakes and rivers as well as wildlife in the area.
Please note - depending on the system you use - septic tank or home wastewater treatment plant - water is treated to levels which allow it to be used in the surrounding gardens (HSTP) or just disbursed under the surface using septic trenches or beds (septic tank).