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Express Wastewater are your local specialised sewage systems experts in Obi Obi. Unlike other plumbers, who might only deal with a few sewage systems in homes on an annual basis, we are devoted to wastewater solutions.
Every day, our dedicated wastewater team are specialised in the installation and maintenance of on-site treatment plants. We are able to offer a wide range of sewage treatment solutions and also exceptional prices from leading suppliers.
We offer comprehensive sewage t services for residential and commercial properties Obi Obi. These include installation, servicing and repairs of sewage systems, as well as routine maintenance. Contact us for all of your sewage systems requirements.
Call us at 1300 770 594 or fill out the form and we will get in touch with you as soon as possible.
The wastewater treatment industry loves a good name, which results in a lot of confusion about what something is. When we talk about a home sewage system (as opposed to a septic tank), you can also find them called the following:
We're not surprised if you are confused about home sewage systems. Our sewage technicians are highly trained and will guide you throughout the entire process.
Sewage treatment systems are divided into 3 stages, each equally important.
The primary chamber is the first step in sewage treatment. This chamber holds all the grey and black water in the house and allows it to settle until the heavier materials sink to the bottom, and the lighter ones float to the top. After this process, the remaining water (effluent), which has been collected in the tank, is then pumped into a secondary chamber known as the pre-treatment chamber.
The second chamber is where wastewater is exposed to anaerobic bacteria that feed on pollutants in the water. This starts the breakdown of the water.
The Aeration chamber is the second step in the treatment. The aeration chamber is a chamber that creates tiny bubbles to agitate the chamber and allow oxygen to enter the water. This allows aerobic bacteria to rapidly grow. This bacteria can double in number when it has a food source, such as organic waste. It is also faster than anaerobic bacteria at breaking down organic matter.
In the third stage, the wastewater settles. At this stage, the water in the chamber is lighter and less dense compared to when it first entered the system. If not disturbed, the aerobic bacteria will settle at the bottom. At this point, chlorine or UV light is introduced to the water in order to eliminate any unwanted bacteria.
In the fourth and final step, wastewater will be pumped from your irrigation system or hose onto your lawn or garden.
The home sewage treatment plant (HSTP) is a compact, efficient unit that processes greywater and blackwater. The system is similar to the community-based sewage treatment systems, but it's scaled down for a small home or business.
The household sewage plant system collects wastewater in a large container made of concrete, fibreglass or plastic. This container is airtight.
The HSTP is based on a principle that harnesses bacteria to treat wastewater efficiently without the use of chemical agents. Greywater and blackwater are separated into compartments to allow for the separation of solids. Anaerobic bacteria can then be introduced, which flourish without oxygen. This procedure along with aeration makes the water safe to use for garden irrigation and other tasks without harming you or anyone else.
Find out more about how they work here - How does a home sewage treatment system work?
BioCycle is often used to describe a wide range of sewage systems. For example, Sellotape is a brand name that can be used for sticky tape or Glad Wrap for cover plastic wrap. Our wastewater team will install and supply a wide range of high-quality sewage systems. We'll find the best solution for you.
Biocycle systems are also repaired and serviced by us so contact our wastewater treatment experts today to get expert advice and help with installing a new system or upgrading your existing sewerage treatment facility.
Aqua Nova is a great alternative to traditional septic tanks. Aqua Nova systems are renowned for being extremely safe, reliable, cost-effective and environmentally friendly.
The aeration system was designed with the latest aeration technologies, putting water conservation first. The innovative design integrates advanced filtration to efficiently repurpose wastewater. It is comprised of 5 stages:
This revolutionary system turns the sewerage on your property into water that can be used to irrigate lawns and gardens.
Taylex produces more than 2,000 wastewater treatment plants each year to meet a variety of needs.
The ABS (Advanced Blower System) is their most popular system. The ABS septic system is suitable for homes with 1 to 6 bedrooms; and in Queensland, up to 8. The ABS systems are available in pre-cast concrete or hardened plastic.
Taylex offers a variety of wastewater treatment systems, including a deluxe system (concrete), designed for larger homes with 6-10 bedrooms. It also includes the Maxi tank system.
Once set up thoroughly by our certified wastewater treatment technicians, these systems allow for the eco-friendly treatment of your household's generated effluent.
Earthsafe's products are fully accredited by the local health and council departments, as well as having Class A+ accreditation for water treatment.
Earthsafe offers a wide range of systems for all types and sizes of sewage systems. The larger systems are designed for industrial and commercial settings. Smaller constructions are perfect for residential properties in rural or suburban areas.
Earthsafe systems are a variety of types of sewage systems, including mound systems and surface and subsurface disposal, pump-out collection wells, and secondary treatment systems.
Is water backing up in your home? Is there an unpleasant smell coming from your sewage plant? If you think something isn't right, give us a call straight away. We provide prompt support and priority repair services for urgent issues and can be there at your premises in the shortest time possible.
There are several reasons you should use Express Wastewater Solutions to install a sewage treatment plant for your home, but a few of the main ones are:
Call Express Wastewater today if you are interested in installing home sewage treatment plants Obi Obi. We are happy to provide you with the best advice and service. Call our team at 1300 775 594 or complete our online booking form.
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