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Septic Services in Brevard County
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Septic Systems and Drainfields 

NSF 245 Aerobic Treatment Units & Conventional Septic Systems

Septic Maintenance Service and Agreements

Service Agreements and Service Calls

Septic Pumping

Maintenance inspections and Pumping

Emergency Service Available

How a Conventional Septic System Works

Septic systems are underground wastewater treatment structures, commonly used in areas without centralized sewer systems. They use a combination of nature and proven technology to treat wastewater from your household. A typical septic system consists of a septic tank and a drainfield, or soil absorption field.

Septic System Upgrades in Brevard

NSF 245 Aerobic Treatment Units

In locations where providing sewer service is not feasible due to distance from sewer infrastructure, facility capacity, or insufficient density of high-risk systems, there are options to upgrade the highest risk septic systems with higher performing technology to increase the nutrient and pathogen removal efficiency.

This includes converting traditional septic tanks to Advanced Treatment Units (ATUs) which are specialized tanks designed to reduce nitrogen before it enters the drainfield. These are commonly referred to as “aerobic systems” because they incorporate air into the treatment system to help oxygen-hungry bacteria as they “burn off” excess nitrogen.

Save Our Indian River Lagoon Project Plan (SOIRLPP)

The Save Our Indian River Lagoon Project Plan (SOIRLPP) addresses sources of pollution and is committed to reducing the impact of those systems most likely to increase nutrients making their way to the Indian and Banana River Lagoons. Upgrading to advanced treatment septic systems or connecting to local sewer reduces algae bloom-feeding nitrogen and phosphorous pollution in the groundwater that migrates to the lagoon

If you are looking to put a new septic system on your property or are wondering if you should upgrade to an advanced system, Save Our Indian River Lagoon Project Plan (SOIRLPP) created a tool, the Septic Overlay Map, to help you find out—or we will do it for you. We research each property on this map in advance to see if you are qualified for assistance with your system.

You can find more information here: https://www.brevardfl.gov/SaveOurLagoon/Septic