Recirculation Tanks for Decentralized Wastewater

Recirculation Tanks can be used in decentralized wastewater systems to lift and recirculate wastewater for treatment. Decentralized wastewater systems are usually composed of a number of small, decentralized treatment units that are spread out over a large area. The recirculation tank is used to lift and recirculate the wastewater from these decentralized units for further treatment.

For example, if a city has many small neighborhoods that each have their own sewage treatment plant, the city may want to build a central recirculation tank. This tank would lift and recirculate the sewage from all of the smaller plants for further centralized treatment before it is discharged into rivers or lakes. By using a recirculation tank, cities can increase the overall efficiency of their decentralized sewage system while still providing adequate Treatment to all areas served by the system.

Recirculation tanks are self-contained units that can be installed in a variety of convenient places. The tank is located underground and the pump house is on top of the ground. Because they require no large water tank, large energy-consuming pump or large filter, they are significantly less expensive to install than traditional mainline lift stations. Recirculation tanks also do not require a tank truck to deliver wastewater to them because they are designed with a rooftop discharge pipe that connects directly to the street sewer line.

Recirculation Tanks do not need to be located directly on site and can service multiple buildings.

Recirculation tanks do not need to be located directly on site and can service multiple buildings. Some of the most common locations for recirculation tanks include:

  • Underground
  • Parking lots
  • Unused Land

Recirculation Tanks are designed to be installed permanently on-site, eliminating the need for long-term maintenance contracts and annual pump replacement costs.

Recirculation Tanks are designed to be installed permanently on-site, eliminating the need for long-term maintenance contracts and annual pump replacement costs. Recirculation tanks can service multiple buildings within a larger development or estate, and can be located wherever there is sufficient space for their installation.

If a traditional mainline lift station is not feasible due to space limitations or cost, a Recirculation Tank is the superior solution.

If a traditional mainline lift station is not feasible due to space limitations or cost, a Recirculation Tank is the superior solution.

Recirculation Tanks are easier to install and maintain than traditional linear stations. This makes them more affordable for homeowners and businesses alike. Additionally, Recirculation Tanks can be installed in virtually any location where water can be accessed. They’re an excellent choice for apartment buildings, office complexes and other similar structures that do not have room for traditional wastewater collection systems or backup generators needed by most mainline lift stations.

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