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    EuroTank TER3 Treatment System

    Eurotank TER3, is a CONCRETE Packaged Tertiary Treatment System which further treats effluent from a secondary treatment system Eurotank BAF. It is an allowed form of Tertiary Treatment, under Option section 10.3 EpA Code of Practice ideal for all sites including difficult sites, with high vulnerability, Nutrient or Pathogen Sensitive area`s and especially suited to small sites due to its small footprint.

    Raw sewage enters the secondary unit by gravity from the house and is treated, effluent then leaves this unit and is pumped via a network of piping over the surface of the TER3 , it then trickles down through the various layers receiving Biological treatment before final discharge to the ground. The unit is connected to a network of perforated pipes and sits on a layer of distribution gravel as a slightly raised small bed or finished at ground level, depending on the results of the percolation test.

    Eurotank TER3 is a Cost effective, Efficient method of complete on-site wastewater treatment and disposal

    • Concrete Packaged Tertiary Treatment System

      Eurotank TER3 is a tertiary treatment system packaged in concrete. This system is designed to provide further treatment to effluent from a secondary treatment system, specifically the Eurotank BAF (Biological Aerated Filter).

    • Compliance with Environmental Regulations

      Eurotank TER3 is recognized as an approved form of tertiary treatment under Option Section 10.3 of the EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) Code of Practice. This indicates that it meets regulatory standards for wastewater treatment.

    • Suitability for Various Sites

      Eurotank TER3 is versatile and can be installed on a wide range of sites, including challenging ones, high-vulnerability areas, and locations with nutrient or pathogen sensitivity.

    • Environmental Protection

      By providing tertiary treatment, Eurotank TER3 contributes to the protection of the environment by ensuring that effluent released into the environment meets high-quality standards.

    • Adaptability to Difficult Sites

      Its suitability for difficult sites and high-vulnerability areas suggests that Eurotank TER3 is engineered to address specific wastewater treatment challenges.

    Treatment Systems Packaged Tertiary

    Operation Principles

    Secondary treated water from the tank is pumped and distributed via a pipe network with orificing shielding.

    Water is distributed evenly over the Fibre safe Bags which remove any residual solids and in particular greases which ensure long life use of the natural and synthetic mix fibre Media.

    The waters then trickle through the fibre to receive final treatment and polishing before entering the percolation pipework over a bed of stone for distribution and final discharge to underlying soils

    HOW IT WORKS

    Key features of Euro Tank TER3 Treatment System

    Certainly! Here are the key features for each of the mentioned components related to wastewater treatment:

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    1

    Tank Material and Construction

    Durable, watertight construction using materials like concrete, fiberglass, or plastic.

    2

    Inlet and Outlet Baffles

    Baffles are installed to prevent the immediate flow of solids from entering the drainage area.

    3

    Anaerobic Bacterial Action

    Septic tanks rely on anaerobic bacteria to break down organic matter in the wastewater.

    4

    Ventilation Pipe

    Allows gases produced in the tank to escape, preventing pressure buildup.

    5

    Effluent Quality Compliance

    Ensures that the treated effluent meets local regulatory standards before it’s released.

    6

    Adequate Drainage

    Ensures that the effluent is evenly distributed and absorbed by the soil.

    Frequently Asked Questions

    1. What is a FAqQ Septic Tank?

    The Percolation Area is a designated space where treated effluent is evenly distributed over a specific area of soil. This allows for the final stage of natural filtration before the water returns to the environment.

    2. What is the purpose of a Percolation Area in this system?

    The Percolation Area is a designated space where treated effluent is evenly distributed over a specific area of soil. This allows for the final stage of natural filtration before the water returns to the environment.

    3. How does the Savage Treatment Unit work?

    The Percolation Area is a designated space where treated effluent is evenly distributed over a specific area of soil. This allows for the final stage of natural filtration before the water returns to the environment.

    4. Is the installation of these systems complicated?

    The Percolation Area is a designated space where treated effluent is evenly distributed over a specific area of soil. This allows for the final stage of natural filtration before the water returns to the environment.

    5. Are these systems environmentally friendly?

    The Percolation Area is a designated space where treated effluent is evenly distributed over a specific area of soil. This allows for the final stage of natural filtration before the water returns to the environment.

    • The Septic Tanks Upgrade Process

      • Initial Inspection:

        Understand the importance of a detailed inspection before initiating any upgrades. The inspection will enable us to  :

        • Conduct a thorough inspection of the existing septic system to identify any issues or shortcomings.
        • Evaluate the system’s capacity and whether it meets the current and future needs of the household.
      • Selecting the Right System:

        Choose an appropriate septic tank system based on the property’s specific needs and the design recommendations. Options may include:

        • Traditional septic systems,
        • Aerobic treatment units,
        • Other advanced treatment systems.

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