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AdvanTex® Treatment Offers Small Footprint

Problem

Kiwi Corral Country Backpackers is a hostel in New Zealand’s Bay of Plenty that caters to seasonal workers. As part of the renewal process for its wastewater discharge-to-land Resource Consent (discharge permit), the hostel wanted to upgrade its treatment system so its facilities could accommodate up to 500 people at a time. Along with the fluctuating loads common to the lodging industry, another large challenge was the very limited land space available for effluent dispersal.

Solution

After considering many treatment options, planners chose a two-stage AdvanTex® Wastewater Treatment System, followed by another Orenco® technology, a high-infiltration shallow pressurized dispersal system (SPDS). The AdvanTex system has a small footprint and consistently produces the high-quality effluent necessary for the SPDS to be effective in a tight space.