What Is Prelos Sewer?

Prelos™ provides an efficient, affordable, and sustainable sewer solution for the thousands of towns across the country in need of sewer infrastructure, whether it’s new, an expansion, a repair, or replacement. The Prelos Sewer Collection System is based on concepts that’ve been in use for more than 50 years.

  • Prelos uses small-diameter, pressurized, shallow-buried pipes that follow the contour of the land.
  • Mainlines are often installed with directional boring, which doesn’t require trenching, and reduces negative impact to communities and properties.
  • Like water mains, Prelos Sewer mains can be “surgically” extended to specific areas, streets, or new developments that need service most.
  • Prelos reduces the volume of biosolids and final treatment costs.
  • The cost to make Prelos Sewer mains available for connections can be as low as 10% of the cost of gravity sewer mains.
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The Prelos Processor™ is all-in-one, complete unit that's easy to specify and install. It provides primary wastewater treatment and solids removal at the source.

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Design Considerations

Prelos is an economically sustainable solution for septic-to-sewer projects, small communities, and new development.

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Treatment Considerations

Liquid-only sewers, like Prelos, are the only collection systems that provide wastewater treatment.

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Operation & Maintenance

(equipment, people, costs, energy)

Prelos can be maintained with small tools and equipment.

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Construction Considerations

Prelos can be planned and installed to reduce both construction costs and community disruption

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Resources

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We're ready to help you with septic to sewer, new development, and commercial applications

  • Can be minimally buried
  • Offers significant cost savings and options for wastewater treatment
  • Can be installed with trenchless construction methods, reducing negative impact to communities and properties
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