Many rural communities might not be connected to a large wastewater treatment facility. So instead of improperly disposing of their wastewater, these communities use wastewater lagoons.
Wastewater lagoons use sophisticated chemical, biological and mechanical systems to treat wastewater, and they are very effective and are commonly used for small towns and municipalities. Lagoons are generally made from clay or another type of synthetic liner, and they are a very environmentally friendly form of wastewater treatment.
However, just as with any wastewater treatment system, lagoons often grow dirty, filling up with sludge, silt and organic waste materials that do not wash away. Pictured is the cleaning process for a couple lagoon projects. We also clean aeration ponds and digesters of heavy solids.
Benders Sewer provides manhole rehabilitation to quickly restore and protect deteriorated concrete and brick manholes, lift stations, and wastewater treatment plant structures.
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Because septic tanks are buried underground, locating and accessing tank lids for inspection and pumping can be potentially difficult, time-consuming, and costly. The simple addition of a septic tank riser provides an easy, cost-effective solution to this problem that will provide long-term savings.
Installing a riser is similar to any routine septic tank maintenance procedure. If you do not know where your tank is located, a septic tank technician can find the tank by probing the ground with a bar or using an electronic locating device. The ground around the access hole is then dug up. Next, the riser replaces the lid to the access hole. The ground is then re-filled around the pipe and a lid is placed at the top of the pipe.
Installing a septic tank riser enables your septic tank service provider the ability to pump/maintain and inspect your septic tank as needed. For good maintenance tanks should be pumped every 3 years for an average family of 4.