Joe Walsh, Director of Ashtecs, gave was asked to present the key changes to the revised draft Code of Practice at the IOWA Conference where it was launched.
The EPA has included Drip Distribution and LPP systems in its new published draft updates to the wastewater Code of Practice 2009. Following the successful study by Trinity College on behalf of the EPA into Drip and LPP dispersal technologies, designed and supplied by Ashtecs, the new CoP containing these dispersal options has finally been published in December 2018 for public comments.
EPA-funded research project by Trinity College Dublin has recommended introducing Drip Distribution and LPP Distribution into EPA Code of Practice (2009), prompting the current revision of the COP.
Ashtecs designed and supplied the Drip Distribution and LPP systems for the research into wastewater disposal solutions for sites with low permeability soils throughout Ireland.