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Soil Polishing Filters

This method appears to offer a cost-effective and efficient way to distribute treated effluent, particularly in situations where space, soil quality, or regulatory requirements may pose challenges for traditional systems. Proper design, installation, and maintenance are essential to ensure the system operates effectively and meets regulatory standards.

  • Distribution through Conventional Distribution Box

    Wastewater from a secondary treatment system can be directed to a conventional distribution box for controlled dispersal.

  • Gravity or Pumped Dispersal:

    Dispersal can occur either through gravity flow using perforated 4″ pipes, or by using a pumped distribution system. This ensures even distribution and prevents water build-up and breakouts.

  • Low Pressure Pipe Networks

    This method, also known as Low Pressure Pipe Networks, allows for efficient and controlled distribution of wastewater across the entire treatment are

  • Suitability for Various Systems

    This method is adaptable for use at ground level, as well as for raised beds or soil polishing filters, providing versatility in system design.

  • Components and Processes

    The use of this method may result in a smaller footprint compared to conventional trench percolation systems. This can lead to savings on imported soil and reduced labor requirements.

  • Integration with Pump System

    Integrated pump systems can be installed to facilitate even distribution, especially in cases where gravity flow may not be sufficient.

Wastewater or effluent from a Secondary treatment system can be delivered to a conventional distribution box for dispersal by gravity through perforated 4” pipes or by means of pumped distribution throughout the entire area ensuring even distribution and preventing water build up and breakouts. Also known as Low Pressure Pipe Networks the method can be used at ground level or for raised beds or soil polishing filters often with a smaller footprint than conventional trench percolations saving on imported soil and labour.
The method gets full utilisation of integrated pump systems fitted in most wastewater treatment units. The system can be fully maintained ensuring lifelong service.

All systems are site specifically designed as required by Local Authorities, but also to ensure compatibility with the pump system, sizing, site elevations, number of pump cycles, etc. using Us Epa Orifice Fomulea TPW Systems ltd offer full DESIGN, REPORT & INSTALLATION service.

Frequently Asked Questions

1. What area do TPW systems cover ?

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. How much does the typical septic tank upgrade cost?

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. Do TPW Systems do a site visit?

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. How long does the process take to upgrade a 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.

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