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Neighborhood Developments/Outdoor Market

Developers Profit from Airvac Vacuum Sewer Collection Systems ...even in a Phased Project.

Developers Can Benefit from Vacuum Sewer Technology

Cost Savings
An Airvac Vacuum Sewer system uses small diameter pipe laid in shallow trenches with no manholes. As a result, the cost to install a vacuum system is almost always less than a gravity flow system. Once installed, the savings continue as the tight system does not allow infiltration and inflow (I&I). This is especially important when treatment is being provided by others on a cost per gallon basis.

More Lots Available for Sale
One Airvac vacuum station typically replaces five or six lift stations necessary in a gravity-flow system, resulting in additional lots available for profitable home sites. An added benefit is the elimination of hard-to-sell lots that are located adjacent to these lift stations.

Homeowners Can Benefit from Vacuum Sewer Technology

Environmentally Friendly
Airvac vacuum Sewer systems conserve and protect natural resources. Shallow, narrow trenches and absence of manholes result in less surface disruption during construction, compared to the deep, wide trenches that are typical of a gravity system. Tight by nature, Airvac vacuum sewer systems are not affected by I&I nor can sewage leak into the environment.

State-of-the-Art Technology
Airvac vacuum sewer systems are used throughout the world and are rapidly becoming the sewer system of choice for many. This leading edge technology conserves natural resources, is environmentally friendly and allows system operators to avoid direct contact with raw sewage as well as man-entry into confined spaces.


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Actual Customer Comment:

"I was a little apprehensive at first. I had experience with gravity sewers and low-pressure grinder systems, but vacuum sewers were totally new to me. If I had one choice for sewers, I’d choose vacuum sew­ers. It gives me the least amount of problems of the three sewer systems I work on. Vacuum sewers are easy to maintain, and Airvac sup­ports us very well."

Taken from an article in Informed Infrastructure - September, 2015