What Is A Presby Septic System 

It is the Presby Treatment System retains solids within its pipe and provides various bacterial surfaces that treat the effluent before it comes into contact with soil. The continuous circulation of the effluent (the rise and fall of the liquid within the pipe) increases the bacterial growth.Presby Construction provides State of New Hampshire licensed Septic system design, installation and maintenance. To get an building permit for new construction, the state-approved septic plan must be submitted.

What Is The Process? Septic Systems Work

Septic systems are built to keep wastewater in place long enough for solids to be able to settle down to the bottom creating a sludge layer, as well as greases and oils to rise to the top, creating a scum layer. If there is too much water entering the tank, it is discharged into the drainfield prior to settling or separation occurs.Alternative systems employ pumping or gravity in order to aid in helping the effluent of the septic tank to flow through organic matter, sand (e.g. peat, sawdust and peat) or constructed wetlands or any other medium to get rid of or neutralize harmful pollutants such as pathogens that cause illness nitrogen, phosphorus, and other pollutants. Certain alternative systems are designed to evaporate water or clean it before it’s discharged into the soil.

The Different Types of Septic System

Conventional System. …

Chamber System. …

Drip Distribution System. …

Aerobic Treatment Unit. …

Mound Systems. …

A Recirculating System for Sand Removal. …

Evapotranspiration System.

Conventional System

A traditional wastewater treatment system that is decentralized consists in a septic tank, and the subsurface system for infiltration of wastewater called drainfield. A typical septic system can be found in a single-family house or a small business.The stone or gravel drainfield is a design that has been in use for many years. The effluent flows from the septic tank and then into an underground trench made that is made of gravel or stone.

Chamber System

Chamber systems function like traditional system of septic, but with a slight distinction. They feature large pipes made of plastic that are buried in an underground trench, which is known as chambers for leaching. Wastewater flows across the septic tank before it flows into the chamber. The effluent is treated , and then disposed of in the soil.

Drip Distribution System

The drip disposal system is typically used for areas with usable soil in depths of 18-24 inches. The system is comprised of an septic tank, water tank or pump, hydraulic device along with a drip tubing drainfield.These system of disposal for drips is similar to anaerobic system, but they come with the aerobic unit for pretreatment which additionally cleans the water.

Aerated Wastewater Treatment Systems

An aerated system for wastewater treatment, also known as an AWTS was designed as a means of effectively treating and recycling wastewater in a sustainable and safe method. It’s used to treat domestic wastewater that comes from one or several homes via various treatment ‘chambers’ that are connected with an irrigation device. The wastewater treated can be used to provide water to your garden, or other areas on your property.

Mound Systems

Mound systems are a viable option for areas of low earth depth, high groundwater or in areas of shallow bedrock. The mound is constructed with the drainfield trench. The effluent from the septic tanks flows into a pumping chamber where it is then pumped into the mound in pre-determined amounts. The treatment of the effluent takes place when it flows into the trench, where it is filtered through the sand. It eventually disperses into soil that is native to the area.

Evapotranspiration System

Evapotranspiration (ET) is an onsite method of treatment and disposal of wastewater that provides an alternative to traditional soil absorption systems in areas in which protection of groundwater and surface water is vital. ET systems are unique system in that it can discharge wastewater into the atmosphere by evaporation off the soil’s surface or transpiration of plants, without necessarily releasing it into the groundwater or surface water. In some instances the ET concept is also flexible through the combination of seepage and Evaporation as an alternative method.

Community System

Community Systems means and refers to all television (cable satellite or not) and telecommunications monitoring, alarm/monitoring or electronic surveillance systems designed to regulate access to internet, telephone, or other wires, conduits, lines and amplifiers, towers, antennae satellite dishes as well as devices, materials, installations and fixtures (including ones that are built on, containing, and serving the future of technology not yet discovered) and that are installed by Declaran.It is not uncommon to see cluster systems, such as in rural subdivisions.

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