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- Model STAAR - Filter Systems

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Utilizing an enhanced, biological, unsaturated media filter process, the SeptiTech STAAR Systems are ETV-EPA verified and NSF/ANSI Standard 40/245 certified. With a UV disinfection system and a low-impact technology for irrigating plants (or other non-potable use), the patented SeptiTech STAAR filter systems are designed for direct discharge or water reuse in mind.

Residential SeptiTech STAAR Filter Systems
If your home or business is not connected to a central sewer system, you will need an onsite wastewater system. All your household wastewater will be collected and treated on the spot (on site). The treated effluent will be returned to the soil, and, after soil filtration, to the groundwater. Some components are common to all onsite systems. Others depend on your site conditions.

The simple, automatic and reliable equalization and clarification process of the SeptiTech STAAR (Smart Trickling Anaerobic/Aerobic Recirculation) Residential Filter Systems treat high organic loads and integrate with other technologies and accessories.  The biological trickling filter technology also maintains low levels of Nitrate-N with all below-grade components that fit in readily available concrete, plastic or fiberglass tanks. The “Smart” controller of the STAAR systems recognize situations dealing with peak, low, intermittent or no flow conditions. SeptiTech’s “Smart” technology allows the system to go into a sleep mode that will dial down activity and eventually shut all power off until normal flow conditions are detected. This allows the STAAR system to achieve lower operating costs and power requirements. Additional features are also available to further enhance quality and dependability.
 
Commercial SeptiTech STAAR Filter Systems

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The SeptiTech STAAR (Smart Trickling Anaerobic/Aerobic Recirculation) Commercial Filter Systems utilize a biopack plastic media to treat high organic loads and integrate with other technologies and accessories.  The simple, automatic and reliable equalization and clarification process of the STAAR biological trickling filter technology also maintains low levels of Nitrate-N with all below-grade components that fit in readily available concrete, plastic or fiberglass tanks. The “Smart” controller of the STAAR systems recognizes situations dealing with peak, low, intermittent or no flow conditions. SeptiTech’s “Smart” technology allows the system to go into a sleep mode that will dial down activity and eventually shut all power off until normal flow conditions are detected. This allows the STAAR system to achieve lower operating costs and power requirements. Additional features are also available to further enhance quality and dependability.

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New wastewater treatment plants can benefit from trickling filters’ highly robust digestion processes. Modular wastewater treatment systems using trickling filter technology afford non-urban communities the technology to comply with stringent environmental, health, and legal specifications. Upgrading modular wastewater treatment systems to handle larger capacities is also simpler, and location-specific requirements are easily incorporated into package plant designs that use trickling filter technology. Because of its simplicity, older large-scale wastewater treatment plants can easily be upgraded to support trickling filter technology, while utilizing existing infrastructure. It has become recognized as a cost-effective way to buy more treatment capacity, as well as higher discharge standards.

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SeptiTech Systems’ Advantages & Performance

  • Simple, automatic, reliable equalization and clarification process
  • Treats high organic loads
  • Operating flexibility and Control that integrates with other technologies
  • Low operating cost with relatively low power requirements
  • Dual purpose recirculation pump sprays media & draws in air with Venturis
  • Return Pump recycles Nitrified wastewater to anoxic zone
  • All below grade components with small footprint (ex. 90,000gpd can fit 1/3 acre)
  • Discharge pump discharges to disposal field(s) up to 24 times a day

  1. Effluent from the primary settling zone flows into the bottom of the trickling filter mixing with the treated wastewater.
  2. Wastewater is then pumped up into the trickling filter.  The pump simultaneously draws a robust amount of air.  This air combined with the uniform spray provides efficient treatment as the water-and-air combination trickles down through the filter media.  For the Commercial System, there are two stages and two types of media with multiple recirculation methods.
  3. The SeptiTech STAAR Filter Panel senses “surge flow” and “low flow” activity; automatically adjusting the discharge rate as needed.  It even senses a “no flow” situation to “slow down” or put the system in “Sleep” mode.
  4. Wastewater is systematically pumped back to the settling zone to remove sludge from the trickling filter. Thus, all sludge management is in the settling zone.
  5. After treatment, a pump will send small, frequent time doses to ensure optimal soil absorption.

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