what is decentralised wastewater treatment?
Decentralised wastewater treatment schemes consist of wastewater collection sewers that transport waste from homes to a de-centralised treatment facility, allowing the waste to be treated at a suitable single location rather than at each home.
The collection sewers are low-pressure and small diameter, meaning they do not need deep trenches for installation like conventional gravity systems, which results in a lower cost of construction, reduced project duration, and low disruption to communities.
Wastewater can be treated at a suitable centralised location
Solution for un-sewered communites with difficult soil conditions
Easily transports waste away from sensitive receptors like lakes, streams, or bays
Significant construction savings compared to conventional gravity sewer systems
Low-impact - minimal or no road closures for pipe crossings, no deep trenches, reduced project durations
Guaranteed quality tested to ISO: xxx
Decentralised treatment systems have techonology proven