Household sewage treatment plant Biotic

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Technical features:

For single- and multi-family houses (for 4 to 50 persons), as well as villages and small towns (up to 20,000 inhabitants) which encounter difficulties with connecting or are unconnected to wastewater collecting networks, we offer a customised BIOTIC wastewater treatment plant. In contrast to competing solutions, the BIOTIC wastewater treatment plant is easy to operate and ensures high wastewater treatment efficiency in a long period of time.

The BIOTIC technology is designed to treat domestic wastewater using low-loaded activated sludge. It can be installed at all sites where it would be expensive to build a collective wastewater collecting network. It can operate under any ground conditions and it can also be adapted to meet the individual needs of its user. It is distinguished by high wastewater treatment efficiency (at a level of 95%-98%) in a long period of time. Moreover, the BIOTIC technology can be adapted to fit locally manufactured tanks. In the course of its operation, the solution can be scaled up by adding more parts. All the components of the wastewater treatment plant are placed in a tank, while the technological process runs automatically with minimal user control.

The BIOTIC technology can operate in any climate conditions all over the world. It has been installed e.g. in Iceland, Norway, as well as in Papua New Guinea or Nigeria. The technology has worked very well in Mongolia, where in the winter temperatures fall down to -50oC and in the summer they rise to +40oC, or in the mountains of Lebanon. In the United Kingdom, every twelfth wastewater treatment plant chosen by users has been built using the BIOTIC technology.

Advantages of the technology:

  • Wastewater treatment efficiency at a level of 95%-98% for such
    pollutants as BOD5, COD and the reduction of nitrogen, phosphorus and
    iron compounds.
  • High reduction (up to 98,8%) of NH3-N compounds, due to the application
    of an innovative aeration technology.
  • Reduction of viruses and bacteria.
  • Efficient removal of suspended solids, particulates, organic substances
    and colloids.
  • A fully automatic process.
  • A neutral impact on the natural environment.