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Welcome to Centrale Sewer™

Centrale Sewer™ is a wastewater treatment system instrumental to sound "Distributed Wastewater Management" infrastructure. While it's becoming a more common design today, the decentralized approached to wastewater treatment is not new. Developing areas that lack municipal infrastructure can continue to progress without expanding the local city/county facilities. When properly structured, these systems can be capital forming, resource restoring and revenue generating - all at the fraction of the cost of conventional sewer and wastewater treatment systems!

The Centrale Sewer design allows the treated wastewater to remain central to its source by being returned to the local watershed. These systems allow for a 'pay as you grow' basis by phasing in the equipment as needed. Because each system design is permitted, ‘sealed’ & monitored, it is considered environmentally sound - endorsed by the EPA!

Each engineered Centrale Sewer system includes: a collection system, a treatment system and an effluent disposal system designed for a particular project or part of a comprehensive plan to meet the needs of ongoing growth.

Benefits for local City/County

  • An effective solution for managing Total Maximum Daily Loading (TMDLS) by eliminating a non-point source of pollution – FAILING ONSITE SEPTIC SYSTEMS
  • An effective tool to manage growth through a Comprehensive Land Management Program
  • Cost less to build and operate then the larger conventional plants
  • Systems are monitored on a 24/7 basis and can be managed from a Central location.
  • Less clear cutting of trees by developers – Maintain more Green Space
  • Systems can be designed for Water Reuse

The Centrale Sewer System

Benefits for Developers

  • Homes will be on “Centrale” sewer (Increased Home value!).
  • Build on Un-buildable Lots which reduces Developer Risk – treated wastewater is pumped to the “good” soils, thus providing greater YIELD!
  • Can provide Higher Density: trade “Green Space” for smaller, higher number of lots - Subject to local zoning regulations.
  • Will not have to clear cut trees for septic drain fields.
  • Cost less than Conventional Wastewater Designs.
  • Protect public health.