If you do not have a sewage service for your home, you will need to have a septic system installed. This small waste treatment system deals with the waste that comes from the plumbing in your home. A conventional system consists of a tank and a drainage system, but they are not ideal for every home. Some homes require special systems that provide better treatment of waste. This can be due to things like poor soil and high water tables. Here are some different septic systems that can be installed:

1. Conventional Septic Systems For Homes With Good Soil Filtration

For many homes, a conventional septic system is the right solution. This system includes a tank and a drain field. The tank collects waste, which then the solids go to the bottom to be broken up by bacteria. The liquid waste or affluent of the system then leaves the tank to the drain field. The drain field allows the liquid waste to be filtered naturally through the soil.

2. Systems With Septic And Separate Greywater For Irrigation Solutions

You can also have a more modern system that uses a separate tank for greywater. The greywater from things like your dishwasher can then be used for irrigation and other outdoor uses. This is something that can reduce strain on your septic system, as well as help you conserve water.

3. Aerobatic Systems For An Alternative To Conventional Septic Systems

If you have poor soil, you may not be able to have a conventional septic system installed for your home. You may require an alternative waste treatment system. One of the most common alternatives is an aerobatic septic system. This system has a series of tanks that act as a small waste treatment plant. These systems process the wastewater before it leaves the system to the drain field.

4. Alternative Drainage Solutions For High Water Tables 

High water tables can be another issue for septic system installation. Sometimes, this means that you will have to have an alternative to a conventional drainage field. This can be a system that has a special filter medium and liner to protect groundwater from contamination. There are also mound systems, which have a mound built to add height to the drainage field and give it more room to filter waste before it reaches groundwater.

These are some of the things that you may want to know before having a septic system installed for your home. If you are ready to have a new septic system installed, contact a septic installation service for more about this topic and ask them about some of the options for the needs of your home.