Typical number of people 6
Volume (Litres) 1,500
Hydraulic capacity (Litres per day 1,000
Material Polyethylene
Length (mm) 1,150
Width (mm) 1,150
Height (mm) 2,100
Weight (kg) 190
Inlet below NGL (mm) <600
Inlet / Outlet variance (mm) 1,140

The Biorock-series units are packaged domestic sewage treatment plants (STP) based on the trickling filter process and comprising two stages. The raw sewage first enters a primary tank (or existing septic tank) to provide primary separation of water and solids and breakdown of organic solids by means of anaerobic digestions (or fermentation). The solids-free sewage then passes through an effluent filter and into the Biorock unit, which incorporates the aerobic filtration process comprising layers of unique Biorock filtration media.

The aeration of the primary tank (optional) and Biorock units is both executed by natural draft. The final treated discharge from the Biorock is either discharged by gravity or (more typically) collected in a pump well, where a small automatic submersible pump is utilized to lift the final effluent directly to a sprinkler or holding tank for further use.

Typical number of people 12
Volume (Litres) 2,000
Hydraulic capacity (Litres per day 1,800
Material Polyethylene
Length (mm) 1,450
Width (mm) 1,150
Height (mm) 2,100
Weight (kg) 225
Inlet below NGL (mm) <600
Inlet / Outlet variance (mm) 1,140

The Biorock-series units are packaged domestic sewage treatment plants (STP) based on the trickling filter process and comprising two stages. The raw sewage first enters a primary tank (or existing septic tank) to provide primary separation of water and solids and breakdown of organic solids by means of anaerobic digestions (or fermentation). The solids-free sewage then passes through an effluent filter and into the Biorock unit, which incorporates the aerobic filtration process comprising layers of unique Biorock filtration media.

The aeration of the primary tank (optional) and Biorock units is both executed by natural draft. The final treated discharge from the Biorock is either discharged by gravity or (more typically) collected in a pump well, where a small automatic submersible pump is utilized to lift the final effluent directly to a sprinkler or holding tank for further use.

Typical number of people 18
Volume (Litres) 3,000
Hydraulic capacity (Litres per day 2,500
Material Polyethylene
Length (mm) 2,150
Width (mm) 1,150
Height (mm) 2,100
Weight (kg) 300
Inlet below NGL (mm) <600
Inlet / Outlet variance (mm) 1,140

The Biorock-series units are packaged domestic sewage treatment plants (STP) based on the trickling filter process and comprising two stages. The raw sewage first enters a primary tank (or existing septic tank) to provide primary separation of water and solids and breakdown of organic solids by means of anaerobic digestions (or fermentation). The solids-free sewage then passes through an effluent filter and into the Biorock unit, which incorporates the aerobic filtration process comprising layers of unique Biorock filtration media.

The aeration of the primary tank (optional) and Biorock units is both executed by natural draft. The final treated discharge from the Biorock is either discharged by gravity or (more typically) collected in a pump well, where a small automatic submersible pump is utilized to lift the final effluent directly to a sprinkler or holding tank for further use.

Typical number of people 30
Volume (Litres) 5,000
Hydraulic capacity (Litres per day 4,500
Material HDPE
Length (mm) 3,530
Width (mm) 1,150
Height (mm) 2,175
Weight (kg) 625
Inlet below NGL (mm) <600
Inlet / Outlet variance (mm) 1,140

The Biorock-series units are packaged domestic sewage treatment plants (STP) based on the trickling filter process and comprising two stages. The raw sewage first enters a primary tank (or existing septic tank) to provide primary separation of water and solids and breakdown of organic solids by means of anaerobic digestions (or fermentation). The solids-free sewage then passes through an effluent filter and into the Biorock unit, which incorporates the aerobic filtration process comprising layers of unique Biorock filtration media.

The aeration of the primary tank (optional) and Biorock units is both executed by natural draft. The final treated discharge from the Biorock is either discharged by gravity or (more typically) collected in a pump well, where a small automatic submersible pump is utilized to lift the final effluent directly to a sprinkler or holding tank for further use.