The Advanced Enviro-Septic (AES) Treatment System has been proven to remove up to 99% of wastewater contaminants without using any electricity or replacement media. Advanced Enviro-Septic is patented and patent-pending. AES is the revolutionary wastewater treatment system that combines treatment and dispersal in the same small footprint and for ...
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The BioKube BioReactor is most commonly used for treating wastewater from smaller villages and factories and retro fit with daily wastewater outlet of more than 100 m³. The system is designed for placement in in-situ casted concrete tanks.
BioKube’s Mars 5000 system is a STP most commonly used for smaller residential housing groups or tourist accommodation sites. The Mars 5000 system is typically installed after a buffer tank and a septic tank either in- or above ground.
BioKube’s Jupiter Above Ground (A.G) systems are STP plants commonly used for treating waste water from hotels, resorts & smaller villages with daily inlet values of up to 250 m³. The systems are installed above ground after a septic tank and a buffer tank.
Modular treatment units that fit into multi-ple wastewater solutions, e.g. sedimenta-tion -or mechanical pre-treatment and bio-sludge removal. The Saturn units are installed above ground to minimize civil work and are typical used for systems between 100-2000m3.
BioKube’s Mars systems are small STP plants most commonly used for single households or smaller residential groups producing up to 30 m³ wastewater a day. The Mars 3000 system is typically installed after a septic tank either in- or above ground.
BioKube’s Jupiter systems are STP plants commonly used for treating waste water from hotels, resorts & smaller villages with daily inlet values of up to 250 m³. The systems are typically installed underground in front of a septic tank and a buffer tank.