Depending on your Fort Myers community’s circumstances, a cluster wastewater treatment system may be the right fit.
Cluster wastewater treatment is associated with many different advantages. For instance, many communities in Fort Myers, Florida use these wastewater treatment systems because open areas can be preserved for soccer fields, parks, farming, and other recreational uses. Additionally, when one of these systems is in use, the production of storm water can be minimized.
If your community wants to share the responsibility of water quality testing, maintenance, and other tasks, at Southern Water and Soil, we recommend using a cluster wastewater treatment system. Maintaining an Advantex unit at each individual business or home can be daunting, but spreading out these modules throughout the community can lessen the burden.
Our team installs and designs textile-based cluster wastewater treatment systems because, on top of the standard benefits that come from using a cluster system, they are advantageous for many other reasons. For example, these systems do not use noisy blowers or produce foul odors. They also can be expanded over time, thanks to their compact, modular design, and they can decrease bio-solid production by up to 90 percent. Plus, when the power goes out, they continue to perform.
Depending on your community’s circumstances, a cluster wastewater treatment system may be the right fit. If you would like to know more about these systems and whether your community could benefit, get in touch with us at Southern Water and Soil today.
At Southern Water and Soil, we install cluster wastewater treatment systems in Brooksville, Dade City, Fort Myers, Land O’ Lakes, Lutz, Miami, Odessa, Orlando, Plant City, Spring Hill, and Tampa, Florida.