BIODOCTOR SEPTIC SANITATION SYSTEM (BS3) is a complete onsite sewer system, handling both grey and black water. It achieves this through the application of the Biodegradation and Displacement Principles. Many countries in Europe, Latin America and India utilize this technology which is used to treat waste water in an environmentally friendly manner facilitating its use for irrigation purposes or its return to water bodies without polluting them. The system is versatile and works in all types of terrain. The following are the range of our products:
The bio digester sewer system is a sewerage treatment system or an on-site sanitation system that can be used both in residential and commercial properties. The bio digester sewer system is used to treat sewer water and the treated water can then be used for other functions like watering gardens or soak it underground to recharge the ground water as is rich in nitrogen. Bio digester facilitates aerobic and anaerobic process where all organic matter from toilet i.e. faeces, urine and tissue paper is 100% biodegraded to solid less water rich in gases mainly nitrogen gas
The sanitation system works through two principles called Bacterial Biodegradation using aerobic and anaerobic bacteria that are naturally found. This process completely breaks down organic matter or black water into gases and water. The gases produced are carbon dioxide, biogas, methane and nitrogen. The other Principle is Displacement which equal amount of water that is flushed is the same volume displaced from bio digester to French drain if soaked and to pond if it’s for irrigation. It takes just about one week for the breakdown of matter to be complete, ensuring that only water is discharged out of the Biodigester. This is made possible by the combined action of both aerobic and anaerobic bacteria present in the t Biodigester. The enzyme speed up the growth of bacteria and speed up the rate of reaction. The Enzyme is put only once and is actually placed on the inside of the tank as it is being manufactured. The treated water can then be taken to a soaking area or other place where it can be recycled for other uses. The carbon dioxide and the methane gas produced are simply released into the atmosphere while the nitrogen produced simply dissolves in the water. This nitrogen-rich water is great for watering gardens and irrigation.
Also referred to as sub-irrigation systems for dispersal into the ground. These are constructed in different ways according to location but the preferred method is now a system of interlinked trenches. Design of a new soak way is subject to the results of porosity or percolation tests. Instead of using a soak pit which you do vertically deeper, exposing yourself with challenges like rocks, high water table and thus prove difficult to soak water and instead serve as a conservancy, be smart, use a French drain, the soil that soaks water is usually 5 to 6 Feet deep beyond that, it’s rare to get soil. So instead of going deeper, you go horizontal to take advantage of more soil surface area, do a channel not deeper than 6 feet but don’t go beyond the rock then go more length, put hardcore that don’t absorb water about 5 feet high, put a polythene paper then backfill with soil. Over it, you can do cabros; use as parking, drive way or plant grass over it.
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