Domestic Secondary Wastewater Treatment Systems (AWTS/STS)
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Wastewater Treatment systems
In unsewered areas the proper treatment and utilisation of household wastewater is critical. It preserves the health of the public as well as the environment. Wastewater Treatment systems have been developed for this very purpose.
With the added flexibility that Civcon Water Services can offer clients, knowing that not every system will suit each particular application. By building close relationships with a number of different manufactures, Civcon are able to tailor a wastewater solution to the clients needs and requirements.
Domestic AWTS/STS Range (Fuji Clean & Econocycle)
- Fuji Clean ACE1200 Advanced Secondary Wastewater Treatment System
- Fuji Clean ACE3000 Whole Household Treatment Plant
- Econocycle EconoPro Single tank Wastewater Treatment system
- Econocycle Twin Tank System
How Wastewater Treatment Systems Work
Wastewater Treatment Systems are a purpose-built system used for the treatment of sewage and liquid wastes. Applicable to a single household all the way up to multiple dwellings. A Wastewater Treatment system will treat all household grey and black water. Once entering the primary chamber, the waste is broken down, through the presence of anaerobic micro-organisms.
Once the wastewater leaves the primary chambers it enters the aeration chambers. This is where aerobic treatment is used to breakdown the wastewater further. Oxygen is pumped into these chambers via defuses to produce an aerobic state. This cleans the water as it passes through.
After the wastewater leaves the aeration chambers it enters the settling chamber. In this chamber the suspended solids are allowed to settle under still conditions. The settled particles, referred as sludge, are returned to the primary chamber for further treatment.
The now almost clear water is passed through the disinfection chamber. Where a regulated chlorination retention chamber will remove the final bacteria before flowing into the pump chamber. Once entering the pump chamber the wastewater is fully treated and will automatically pump out to irrigation, when the pump float operates.