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Box 19 Site 10 RR1, Okotoks, AB, T1S 1A1
Some of the Earth's greatest water resources are threatened by improperly treated wastewater produced by increased population density and activity. We aim to protect our environment with appropriately designed residential and commercial systems which are built and maintained by professionals. It starts now with your decision to be eco-responsible. Properly designed systems will TREAT and CLEAN wastewater, while overloaded or improperly designed systems simply DISPOSE wastewater into the ground and contaminate and destroy soils and groundwater. In the past, most acreage home owners (and installers) simply put a septic tank into the ground and then buried 100' of weeping tile per bedroom, and this served as their "septic system". Many are still operational today, but many have failed horribly. The industry has recognized that SOILS onsite are what dictate how much effluent waste we can distribute over an area. It is actually the SOIL and the microbes within that clean our sewage. If we overload the onsite soil beyond its capacity, effluent can surface and cause ponding. This can "drown" the microbes, saturate and destroy the soils, and treatment will not occur. Each soil type is lab tested and we have values for each. A properly designed system will remove almost 99% of contaminants (not pharmaceuticals and other chemicals, unfortunately), and returning the water back to the environment in a safe and responsible way. And its the microbes in the soils that do most of this work! Today, with the new regulations, each site must first have a site evaluation by a certified designer/installer. Test pits are dug and soil samples are analyzed and sent to the lab. A certified design is then created for your unique needs and lot requirements. WHAT'S IN WASTEWATER (SEWAGE)? Domestic sewage (wastewater) includes: 1) "Black Water" - everything that goes down the toilet 2) "Gray Water" - everything else; from sink, dishwasher, laundry, showers, etc There are organics, nutrients (phosphorus, nitrogen, ) and pathogens (bacteria, viruses, protozoa, helminths). Properly designed soil-based treatment fields will treat and remove most of these elements. Pharmaceuticals (medications) as well as household chemicals are very difficult to remove from domestic wastewater, and excess use therefore should be avoided whenever possible. Domestic Wastewater DOES NOT INCLUDE, and these should not enter your system: 1) Ground Water 2) Water from weeping tile 3) Industrial waste (paint, fuel, other chemicals and cleaners) We care about our environment, our water, and our health. We strive to have my work reflect this passion everyday. Contact us today!
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