Finding a septic system that is the “best fit” for you client’s needs has never been an easy job. These days, there are so many competing factors that go into completing a “normal” septic design, let alone when things get “tight” and landowner concerns get specific, a straightforward design can quickly turn into a serious challenge. We at Busse New York are all too familiar with these scenarios.
Many New York state county regulations for Wastewater Disposal contain limiting land-use controls. From setbacks to abutter’s wells, setbacks to property lines, shallow limiting factors and sites that, after the house has been designed, have very little room left over for septic have become more and more the “norm” in our industry.
Wastewater recycling in decentralized areas.
Small Sewage Treatment Plants with submerged micro filtration membranesDIN 4261 / EN 12566 / NSF 40+245Patent