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How to choose a treatment plant?

Biological or biochemical plant to suit your needs

Infiltration well

Evaluate the possibility of water disposal, whether an infiltration well is needed


Assess the depth of groundwater on the site

Number of users

Capacity of the facility, in terms of the number of inhabitants using it on a regular basis

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How to choose a treatment plant?
  • The installation can be done at any time, but it is wise to start the installation of the treatment plant when the foundations are in place, before the concrete is poured. The necessary pipes can then be conveniently routed under the foundations.

  • The cheapest place to install a treatment plant is in the green area. But a more rational location is under the driveway. For this purpose, appropriately shaped, cylindrical treatment plants shall be selected.

  • This is done by installing a box that blows air – a blower. A small compressor is mounted in it, which blows air into the treatment plant. The blower is placed either in a dry room or outside. If placed outdoors, it must be airtight to prevent the ingress of water or snow. The indoor installation is always more reliable. When placed outdoors, it shall be buried in the ground and covered with a lid.

  • It depends on your needs and your lifestyle and habits. Biochemical treatment plants treat wastewater in cycles, ensuring the same quality of treatment each cycle. It is recommended for those who use more water. For a typical family of 5 people, a biological wastewater treatment plant is sufficient. It is also easier to maintain.

  • It is important to install the whole system correctly. Air must be allowed to enter the pipework for the wastewater to flow freely towards the treatment plant. Ideally, the air should come in directly from the outside, through a pipe coming out of the roof. If the pipe remains inside the building, a rubber diaphragm – a non-return valve – must be placed at the end of the pipe, so that air can enter the pipe but cannot leave. This means there will be no odours in your house.

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