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Photo Gallery - Collection System

EPA Demonstrates a Viable and Sustainable Technology
to Treat Wastewater in Central America
US-EPA, Region 4, SESD, Athens, Georgia

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The manhole for the central collection line for the number one WWTP. All the wastewater in the number one block arrives to this point and is diverted to the pumping station for the number one WWTP.

The photo shows a covered manhole off to the side of a path in a residential area.


An open manhole. Typical influent and efflient line for the wastewater collection system. The manhole is approximately 3 feet deep.

The photo shows a view of an open manhole looking down from above.


A 650-liter septic tank prior to being installed in a home. The septic tank has an influent and effluent PVC pipe extending from the tank.

The photo shows a septic tank sitting above ground in a grassy area.


The inside of the septic tank. The PVC housing for the biotube filter extends downward through the septic tank.

The photo shows the inside of the septic tank as viewed looking down from above through the open hatch.


Completed installation of the septic tank.

The photo shows a top view of an open septic tank set in the ground.


A 1000-liter septic tank prior to being installed. This tank was used to service more than one home.

The photo shows a septic tank sitting above ground next to a building and the hole in the ground into which it will be installed.


Completed Installation. A 1000-liter septic tank in the ground.

The photo shows a top view of a 1000-liter septic.


A biotube filter being pulled from the septic tank housing for inspection.

The photo shows a biotube filter fully extracted from a septic tank.


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