The Benefits of This Green Process Over Sewers

  1. Provides policing of on-site septic systems.  Something that is not done now,
    nor has it ever been done and is greatly needed for the environment!
  2. When septic systems are hooked up they only deal with the future pollution
    of that area; but sewers bring it to another area to cause pollution, financial
    and health problems.  This program clears former pollution and future pollution
    where it’s generated and ends it there.
  3. It is probably about 20% of the true cost of sewers (if that).
  4. The bacteria go out in the ground and clean up former biodegradable pollutants
    and any chemicals that can be neutralized with oxygen.
  5. It provides treatment; an upgrade and maintenance for all onsite (home) septic systems that are not presently being properly installed and maintained.
  6. In-house Engineer’s Review, approval and back up.
  7. Takes the water that is taken out of the well and polluted, then cleans it up and
    puts it back into the environment. In some cases, cleaner than it came out.
  8. Doesn’t depreciate the volume of ground well water in an area like municipal
    sewers do.  Municipal sewers have been documented and known to dry up lakes
    in areas where there is sewer and no municipal water.  In Walden, NY, when the town takes water out of an area by Osiris Lake and Country Club for the Village,
    the lake has been documented to drop. In the Monroe area, no one wants to admit it, but they get their water from wells around Kiryas Joel Community and send the sewage water to be treated away from the area to Harriman, causing a shortage of water that would naturally have gone back and been filtered to the local wells. This is an example of how sewers work negatively under this condition.
  9. Our process includes pumpings, emergency service and customer education.  They will understand how the system works (as well as the do’s and don’ts), and they
    will know their responsibilities.  Most people don’t understand septic systems now
    and that is one reason for failures.
  10. No tearing up of the roads.
  11. No settling of ground for added street repairs after sewers are installed, or dangerous potholes in settled trenches for a long time after sewers are installed.
  12. No costly road replacement after construction.
  13. No broken snow plows on street manholes.
  14. Funds are available for alternative sewers. Our process should come under the criteria for these and many other funds.
  15. No stinky sewer plants in someone’s area.  This is a MAJOR issue!  Our process
    is odorless – even in the septic tank.
  16. No polluted (highly chlorinated) discharge from the sewer plant – something that presently happens at all sewer plants in the environmentally sensitive areas.
  17. No expensive sewer plant running 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
  18. No bio-degradable pollution from septic systems into lakes, streams, rivers,
    swamps or other environmentally sensitive areas, including but not limited
    to the underground environment.
  19. No high maintenance cost – Example: The Town of Goshen two years ago was charging $130.20 per month for sewer service to the average home (this fact was documented in the Times Herald Record newspaper).
  20. Upgrading a septic system (if needed) should be at, or a little above the cost of hooking up to a town sewer.  Once set up and functioning properly, sewers cannot compete with this program in terms of environmental safety or cost effectiveness.
  21. This process will keep your local septic contractors in business, provide the need
    for more local employees and give them and their employees a good living and retirement plan.