Septic Wastewater Distribution
Types of Effluent Disposal Systems
Surface Distribution via Sprinklers
Resembling a lawn irrigation system, surface distribution employs spray heads to disperse treated wastewater across the yard. In Texas, regulations stipulate the use of specific sprinklers designed for reclaimed water. Given the higher likelihood of human contact, this system demands thorough treatment and diligent maintenance. Nonetheless, it offers ease of access for repairs, making it a practical choice for many homeowners.
While drip emitters present an option for effluent dispersal, we typically advise against them due to their propensity for complications and high repair costs. They should be considered when conventional field lines fail, especially in areas where problematic soil conditions exist. Despite the investment, the assurance and effectiveness of a professionally installed drip emitter system can offer considerable peace of mind.
Benefits for Builders & Developers:
For the construction and development sector, these advanced systems open up new possibilities, allowing for residential development on plots previously unsuitable due to restrictive soil conditions or space limitations for conventional septic systems. With the right effluent disposal strategy, builders can maximize land use and embrace more sustainable wastewater management practices.
Why Trust Brighteyes Septic?
We are confident in our team and service offerings to provide you with an exceptional experience. See below a few reasons why you should trust Brighteyes.
- Different sized systems are offered to accommodate any application
- Full-time registered sanitarian on staff which makes the permitting process easier for homeowners
- Over 2500 systems installed by Brighteyes in Liberty, Chambers, and Southeast Harris Counties (Texas)
- 22+ years in the business, 75+ years of combined experience, unmatched workmanship and competitive pricing