ECOPOD waste water treatment is done by pumping air into a septic system.
The bacteria that break down your homes waste need oxygen to thrive. Having a healthy balance of bacteria over waste creates the best environment to clean effluent (discharge) from your septic system resulting in a clean drain field. This entire process takes place within the walls of your specially designed, self-contained ECOPOD Waste water Treatment System. The result is a clear, odorless discharge, which meets or exceeds State water quality standards and regulations.
WHY USE ECOPOD® ADVANCED WASTEWATER TREATMENT?
- Extremely efficient removal
- ANSI/NSF International Standard 40 Class 1 Certified
- Quiet, efficient and effective
- FHA and VA acceptable
- Simple design and self-contained
- Simple to operate
- Simple to maintain
- Minimum sludge production reduces pump out costs
- No mixed liquid suspended solids eliminate washouts
- Longer intervals between pump outs
- Quiet operation – external aerator
- Suitable for intermittent usage
- Out-of-sight installation
- Remote monitoring system available
- 2/5/10-year limited warranties
Northland Septic is factory trained to install your ECOPOD system.
Technology allows us to overcome various challenges that face our customers.
High water table, bedrock, disturbed soils, high strength waste, landscaping, limited space and fluctuating flows are all issues that can be resolved with technology.
We have the ability to offer you more than one solution. Listed below are a few technologies that are used by Northland Septic.
Micro Bubble Technology (MBD™) is a revolutionary method of approaching aerobic waste management systems. It’s simple, effective, and economical, and can be used in residential, commercial, industrial, and municipal applications.
A Puraflo® system consists of a peat biofilter which provides high quality wastewater treatment for residential and light commercial developments. Great for your home, vacation cabin or even multi-family dwellings.
The Nibbler is designed to prevent oil and grease from entering into the soil absorption system by using a biological pretreatment to breakdown the grease.