Architects and engineers must understand the Hydro-Action system before working with contractors and developers to include Hydro-Action as the specified green home septic solution. Review the following material and feel free to contact Wastewater Works, Inc. to learn more and receive our Engineer’s Package to redesign building plans for the county and submit those plans for approval. Don’t forget to subscribe to our Architects and Engineers newsletter to stay updated on the newest Hydro-Action developments.
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The Hydro-Action® system is a scaled down version of a municipality sewage treatment plant. Meet the Aerobic Treatment Unit (ATU), the heart of our wastewater management system. It learned to clean wastewater from the best teacher around: Mother Nature herself. Just as waste breaks down organically from air, the aerobic bacterial action in our ATU uses oxygen to treat wastewater.
AP Series: ANSI/NSF Standard 40 – The Hydro-Action Aerobic Onsite Wastewater Treatment System is certified tested under the provisions of ANSI/NSF Standard 40 for Class 1 effluent.
The ANSI/NSF 30-day average effluent CBOD5 was 9 mg/L, ranging between 3 and 60 mg/L, and the average effluent suspended solids was 15 mg/L, ranging between 4 and 100 mg/L.
The effluent pH ranged from 7.1 to 8.3. The effluent pH during the entire evaluation ranged between 7.1 and 8.3, within the required range of 6.0 to 9.0.
The plant also met the requirements for noise levels (less than 60 dbA at a distance of 20 feet) and color, threshold odor, oily film and foam.
AN Series: ANSI/NSF Standard 245 – The Hydro-Action Aerobic Onsite Wastewater Treatment is certified tested under the provisions of NSF/ANSI Standard 245 for Residential Wastewater Treatment Systems (June 2010 revision).
Over the course of the evaluation, the average influent Total Nitrogen was 39mg/L, ranging between 16 and 69 mg/L, and an average effluent Total Nitrogen of 15 mg/L, which resulted in a 58% reduction in the influent Total Nitrogen.
The AN-Series ATU produced an effluent that successfully met the performance requirements established by NSF/ANSI Standard 40 for Class I effluent.
The maximum 30-day arithmetic mean was 5 mg/L for CBOD5 and 12 mg/L for total suspended solids, both below the allowed maximums of 25 mg/L and 30 mg/L respectively.
The effluent pH during the entire evaluation ranged between 6.9 and 7.9, within the required range of 6.0 to 9.0.
The AN-Series met the requirements for noise levels (less than 60 dbA at a distance of 20 feet) and color, threshold odor, oily film and foam.