Brick Made

Brick made Septic Tank Need Plenty of Land and lot of Manpower. Takes 10 - 15 days to construct, Re-Cleaning is Compulsory After Few Years of use. Particles Travel from One to Another ...Read more

Pipe Made

Pipe made Septic Tank takes Less Space and little Time Compare To Brick Made septic tank. Soak Pit Gets Chocked in this Case Too. Partical Retention System is not Attached. It’s 35 Years Old ... Read more


BioFurnaX i-SeptoSys, an intelligent Sewage Treatment Plant & Disposal System generally called Readymade Septic Tank is based on i-DispoSys Technology adopted by Toza India Pvt Enterprise ...Read more

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Restore Failed Septic Tank – Failed Sewer Tank Rectification

We offer Alternative of Septic Tank in India and there are basically three ways to restore a failing Septic Tank soak Pit or drain field. The first is to use an additive, either biological or chemical. The second is a mechanical aeration process called BioGermX. The third is replacement. This is also the order of increasing cost. There are times when drain field replacement should be considered. If the drain field is more that 25 or 30 years old, it may have reached its useful life. While a restoration treatment might help for a while, replacement may ultimately be the only practical solution. BioGermX, a mechanical aeration process can help restore the flow to some drain fields by fracturing the soil to create new drainage paths. Many professionals have found that combining this type of treatment with aerobic bacteria improves this process. BioGermX Sewer Treatment Systems are on-site mini sewage treatment plants that use forced air to treat wastewater and surface application or drip irrigation to disperse the treated wastewater. They may also be used to replace subsurface systems that are failing due to high groundwater or poor soil absorption conditions. BioRobiX (ATS – Aerobic Treatment system) collects and treat wastewater leaving home and recycle the treated wastewater for outdoor irrigation. Currently, ATS are being installed as a replacement for failing septic systems in India and in newly constructed residences. ATS is usually chosen only if soil and site characteristics are not suited for other simpler systems, such as soakage fields. Building owners find the idea of offsetting outdoor irrigation costs as an attractive benefit of ATS compared to traditional septic systems. Factory owners, Homebuilders and property developers may prefer the installation of ATS compared to septic systems because they use less yard space and allow homes spaced closer when building a commercial or residential development. Another key benefit for ATS installation in some part of India is their suitability for poor quality clay or very sandy soils. There are different types of treatment systems and processes that are used to accomplish this treatment which include, but may not be limited to:

Fixed Activated Sludge Treatment: This system is an aerobic wastewater treatment system that utilizes an aerobic fixed film process that is a combination of the conventional trickling filter and activated sludge processes. The system is designed to be installed within a two-compartment tank or into a two tank system, where the first compartment or tank provides a primary settling zone for incoming sewage and act as septic tank and the second chamber act provides aerobic treatment facility. The technology contains submerged media specific to the application, which provides surface area for microbial growth. Aeration and circulation are provided by a blower that pumps air into a draft tube that extends down the center of the tank.

Fixed Film Trickling Filter: is a treatment system which follows a primary septic tank in which the solids are settled and partially digested. The septic tank effluent flows to the trickling filter unit where microorganisms present in the wastewater attach to filter media and use the nutrients and organic materials provided by the constant supply of fresh wastewater to form new cell mass. The open spaces within the media allow air to freely pass through, providing oxygen to support the microorganisms. The system may be equipped with a recycle line for pumping of recycled solids from trickling filter, below the media, back to the primary tank. Final effluent may be recycled back to the head of the treatment to provided additional treatment like de-nitrification or out to final discharge.

Packed Bed Filters: Raw sewage enters a septic tank or multi-compartment tank through an inlet tee. In the septic tank or first compartment of a multi-compartment tank, the raw sewage separates into three distinct zones: a scum layer, a sludge layer, and a clear layer. Wastewater from the clear layer flows into the second compartment of the tank or a separate treatment tank. In this second compartment or tank, pumps convey filtered effluent to a distribution system in the treatment device. Effluent is treated by the device which contains a media of some type like textile, sand, foam, etc and is collected. In a single pass treatment system the effluent is directed to the final discharge. In a multi-pass or re-circulating treatment system the effluent is diverted either back to the tank to be re-circulated or out to final discharge.

Sequencing Batch Reactors (SBR): This is a sequential process in which all major process steps occur in the same tank, in sequential order. Wastewater flows to a single reactor, is treated and then discharged. In this process aeration and clarification can all be achieved in a single reactor. All discharge from the system is by pumps activated by programmed controls. The treatment process uses activated sludge for treating raw wastewater by providing oxygen to reduce contaminants. Wastewater flow is accepted by the system as it occurs and is treated and a predetermined volume is discharged in batches. Excess flow is stored and discharged as programmed. System design provides surge capacity to provide storage at times of high flows.

Submerged Attached Growth Bioreactors (SAGB): is a biological reactor in which the media is submerged in the process flow. Many SAGB configurations have been conceived and utilized for the oxidation of soluble organic matter and for biological nitrogen removal. The main components of a SAGB are the media for bio film growth and the under drain system for even distribution of air and water. The media in a SAGB has a high specific surface area which allows for a high biomass concentration leading to a short hydraulic retention time and, thus, a significantly reduced reactor volume. Some SAGBs are operated without downstream clarification. The media in such reactors is fine enough to provide physical filtration for solids separation and therefore, has high specific surface area. In such reactors the hydraulic retention is less than the minimum solids retention time required for microbial growth. We install Anaerobic and Aerobic Readymade Precasted Septic System in Dehradun, Rishikesh, Haridwar, Roorkee, Meerut, Muzaffarnagar, Noida, Ghaziabad, Faridabad, Gurgaon, Delhi NCR, Sonipat, Panipat, Yamunanagar, Ambala. Chandigarh, Mohali, Shimla, soalan and soon we are expanding in other part of India.

e-XtrAge Soak Pit

Soak Pit developed by us takes less space, time and efforts to construct, Design is simple, cost effective, need minimal maintenance and long lasting. We utilize same space for sewer absorption many times alternatively so clogging is not possible. You may save lot of time, money and energy if you chose to have this e-XtrAge Soak Pit in your premises....Read More

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