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Oregon Wastewater Treatment and Dispersal Product & System Alternatives

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Oregon Wastewater Treatment and Dispersal ProductsConventional Oregon wastewater treatment and dispersal systems can’t do the job? OSCAR Onsite’s wide variety of reliable and affordable alternative products and systems may be just the ticket to keep your wastewater management project moving forward. Wastewater and water reclamation system contractors throughout the state depend on our experienced and knowledgeable pros to help identify and place alternative treatment and dispersal units and technologies.
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Oregon Wastewater Treatment and Dispersal Products

LF-500-OR

The LOWeFLOW™ treatment system is comprised of the LOWeFLOW™ recirculation filter, a septic tank, recirculation tank, headworks, and control equipment.

Oregon wastewater treatment and dispersal systemsWastewater is collected in a standard septic tank where gross solids are settled out and primary treatment occurs. Septic tank effluent flows from the septic tank into the recirculation tank. Liquid in the recirculation tank is mixed with treated filtrate from the LOWeFLOW™ filter. The mixed liquid is dosed to a drip tubing network called a Coil in the top of the LOWeFLOW ™ filter. Treated filtrate from the LOWeFLOW™ filter flows back to the recirculation tank through the split flow tee. The position of the splitter valve determines the flow path of the filtrate. When the liquid level in the recirculation tank is high enough to seat the splitter valve, all of the filtrate passes into the discharge tank, otherwise, all or a portion of the returning filtrate returns to the recirculation tank.

LF-500-OR SYSTEM DESCRIPTION

One of the best Oregon wastewater treatment and dispersal system alternatives, the LOWeFLOW™ treatment system is comprised of the LOWeFLOW™ recirculation filter, septic tank, recirculation tank, headworks and control equipment.

System Description

Wastewater is collected in a standard septic tank where gross solids are settled out and primary treatment occurs. Septic tank effluent flows from the septic tank into the recirculation tank and mixed with treated filtrate from the LOWeFLOW™ filter. The mixed liquid is then dosed to a drip tubing network called a Coil in the top of the LOWeFLOW ™ filter. Treated filtrate from the LOWeFLOW™ filter flows back to the recirculation tank through the split flow tee, with splitter valve position determining the flow path of the filtrate. When the liquid level in the recirculation tank is high enough to seat the splitter valve, all the filtrate passes into the discharge tank. Otherwise, all or a portion of the returning filtrate returns to the recirculation tank.

The Best Oregon Wastewater Treatment and Dispersal System Alternatives

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