1 – Effluent Inlet
2 – Digester Tank
3 – Bacto Boss
4 – Air Pump
5 – Settling Tank
6 – Ozone & Filter Tank
7 – Filter
8 – Fine Diffuser
9 – Ozoniser
10 – Pump Tank
11- Irrigation Pump
12 –Float switch
13 – Effluent Emergency Overflow
14 – Electrical Termination Box
1.Household grey water, also known as the effluent, from washbasins, bathtubs and showers,
2.as well as Black water from sewage are deposited into the primary tank known as the Digester tank.
3.Separation takes place, Scum to the top, clean water in middle and sludge to the bottom.
4.The Bacto Boss, due to air supply creates (MBA) Multiple Bacterial Airlift creating circulation between mid- clean water and sludge through micro organisms and enzymes.
5.Clean water flow from the digester tank to the settling tank
6.Settling takes place in the settling area.
7.Water flows into the filter through a filter bucket to collect any suspended solids that might still be in the water.
8.Ozone is introduced into the water through a diffuser.
9.The clean oxidised water flow to the Pump Tank.
10.Landfill water is now ready to be used for irrigation.
The final effluent from the Water Efficiency System complies with the South African National standard for Landfill water.
This means that the water is suitable for the irrigation or re-use, since harmful pathogens and solids have been reduced to a scientifically acceptable standard.