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Home Sewage treatment plant pros and cons
If you are looking at installing a septic tank or a home sewage treatment plant, or need maintenance on your existing plant, look no further than DC Vacuum Pumping. We are Queensland’s number one choice for liquid waste removal services. Open 24/7, we can assist you with all your septic tank and home sewage treatment plant needs. We proudly service areas of Queensland and New South Wales including Brisbane, Gold Coast, Sunshine Coast, Toowoomba, Logan and more. Contact us today for a free quote.
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A home sewage treatment plant is a smaller version of commercial treatment plants used in metropolitan areas. The system consists of 3 compartments used to clear sewage from all physical waste, harmful bacteria and pollution. On the other hand, septic tanks simply separate the gunk and waste from the water, turning it into a sludge.
Sewage treatment plants and septic tanks both receive and treat the sewage and wastewater from your household dwelling. While the two types of sewage management systems perform the same task, there are key differences that impact their overall output and efficiency. Firstly, home sewage treatment plants have mechanical components, requiring a permanent electrical supply to operate.
Septic tanks are a traditional style of waste management, with a low upfront cost they are well suited to smaller households or properties. Strictly speaking, a septic tank is not a sewage treatment plant, but it can be used as part of a sewage treatment plant or system. Septic tanks require emptying at least once a year, whereas sewage treatment plants have emptying intervals between 30 to 60 months.
Septic tanks work by separating wastewater into solids, clean liquids and floating contaminates. When wastewater passes through the septic tanks, heavier solids sink to the bottom and undergo bacterial digestions. However septic tank effluent requires further processing once it has left the tank. Low quality septic tank effluent can lead to pollution of groundwater and streams.
Septic tank pros and cons
Sewage management is essential for every household. While many homeowners rely on local governments to manage their sewage, in remote areas, relying on an existing sewage system is not always possible. When homeowners are making the decision between installing a septic tank or sewage treatment plant, they need to understand the key differences between the two sewage management systems.
In simple terms, septic tanks and home sewage treatment plants do the same thing. However, there is a clear difference in efficiency and effectiveness in treating wastewater. Let’s go through the pros and cons of septic tanks and sewage treatment plants to help you make the best decision for your household.
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