Vacuum Fluid Collection System for New Housing Developments - Construction & Construction Materials
In modern times, development has already occurred on many of the sites desirable for the construction of housing. This has lead to developers increasingly turning to sites with less favorable conditions for new housing. In areas of low population, unfavorable subsoil, high groundwater table and slight decline of the ground, tradition sewerage systems based on gravity transport would lead to high investment costs. In these areas, the vacuum sewage system offered by Redivac is often the most feasible and the most reliable solution for the collection of wastewater.
The shallow trenching required in vacuum fluid collection systems often result in investment costs being reduced significantly. Reclaimed or capped sites can be sewered by shallow pipes requiring much reduced dig when compared to the gravity system and with the high quality design offered by Redivac team, operational reliability is excellent.
Other characteristics of the Redivac system, which many housing developers find attractive, include the capacity for phased development and managed capital spending without the use of expensive lift stations or large trunk sewers. Also the flexibility of the systems allows the developer to locate the vacuum station almost anywhere on the site making vacuum sewage the preferred option.