Produced by Everhard
September 16th, 2022
Traditionally, homes without access to a main sewer line have relied on septic tanks to deal with their wastewater. While these tanks are able to perform this function in a consistent and reliable manner, they are not very effective in terms of treating waste. Once water finds its way into a septic tank, its potential to be used again is effectively over.
The good news on this front is that an effective alternative is available. Homeowners and specifiers who are conscious of the need to save and re-use have the option of an Aerated Wastewater Treatment System. Far more effective than septic tanks, these systems produce effluent of a quality that is high enough for re-use on gardens and so forth.
Titled ‘Aerated Wastewater Treatment Systems – a Guide for Specifiers’, this CPD Live session takes a close look at these products. Beginning, by outlining how they function, it lays out relevant design considerations associated with them, as well as the regulatory framework that those working with them need to know.
Key Learning Outcomes
At the end of this presentation, you should be able to:
(PC 28 PROJECT INITIATION AND CONCEPTUAL DESIGN, PC 33 PROJECT INITIATION AND CONCEPTUAL DESIGN, PC 43 DETAILED DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTATION, PC 45 DETAILED DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTATION)
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