Benefits of Treating and Disposing of Washington Wastewater with a LOWeFLOW Wastewater System
Rural Washington property owners without a municipal sewer connection have a new alternative available for treatment and disposal of wastewater – especially beneficial for hard-to-perc properties. OSCAR Onsite’s new LOWeFLOW system may be the perfect solution for land owners and contractors with few or no conventional water treatment solutions available to them. Consider the following benefits of a LOWeFLOW system for your property.
No Other Devices Needed
Before the LOWeFLOW system was developed, most other wastewater treatment technologies required truckloads of sand or expensive devices requiring significant maintenance over time. In some cases it was even necessary to have blowers running 24 hours a day, seven days a week! The LOWeFLOW system leaves all that in the past with no other devices and little maintenance required.
A LOWeFLOW system is simple, using recycled glass and drip tubing technology to completely clean wastewater before releasing it into the soil and environment. Instead of chemicals or noisy blowers, LOWeFLOW gently recirculates diluted wastewater through pumas stone made from recycled glass that would otherwise go to a landfill.
Easy to Install
The LOWeFLOW system is very easy to install, taking an average contractor less than a day to complete. It’s delivered directly to the contractor’s place of business or the job site in two pieces: a 5-foot diameter basin and a pallet of pumas stone treatment media. Except for the PCV pipe and fittings, all parts are included.
A LOWeFLOW System for Your Washington Property
When you purchase a LOWeFLOW system package from OSCAR Onsite, online and in-field certification training is available as part of the purchase price. This system also meets the Oregon DEQ requirements for treatment level 1 (TL1). Contact us with questions or for more information about our Idaho, Oregon and Arizona products, including our high-quality water reuse systems.
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