Premier Tech Water and Environment launches sanitation service
On-site sanitation systems treat wastewater from houses without a connection to the community sewage system.
RIVIÈRE-DU-LOUP — Premier Tech Water and Environment has developed a process and tools to extract sludge accumulation in on-site aerated systems with fixed culture.
On-site sanitation systems treat wastewater from houses without a connection to the community sewage system. Some of these systems have integrated automated extraction devices to avoid gradual sludge accumulation at the bottom of the reactor, then through the media and finally up to the surface.
The company says this extraction process aims to prevent polluting emissions resulting from the accumulation of sludge and avoid damage to the landscaping.
Premier Tech Water and Environment aims to offer this process in the global market; however, the company says Quebec will be the first to try it.
“As part of the development and validation phases, many clients have already been able to enjoy this new service and restore their system’s operating conditions. Consequently, they have made savings on the lifespan of their system. We have received great feedback!” said Nicolas Robitaille, senior director products and services development at Premier Tech Water and Environment in a statement.