90 P.E. system for a safari camp in the Okavango Delta
This centralized system caters for a camp of 28 guests, 12 members of management and 35 staff members. The reticulation of waste from guest units, the camp kitchen and laundry and the staff village is achieved through septic tanks and pump tanks at these areas.
The main treatment plant consists of 2 x 5000L final holdings tanks in series followed by 3 x ECOROCK-5000 units in parallel, allowing up to 15000L of water to be treated on a daily basis.
Final effluent is sprayed into a set of sprinklers.
30 P.E. system for a safari camp in the Okavango Delta
The effluent from the camp and the staff village is pumped to a holding tank at the airstrip and utilized to irrigate the airstrip
Containerized 60 P.E. system in the Okavango Delta
Safari Camp in the Okavango Delta
This system was retrofitted to replace an existing system which was no longer working
Commercial 30 P.E. system in Maun
This system was installed in Maun to save on the constant need to evacuate the conservancies on the property (by honeysucker). This was needing to be done every two weeks. The BIOROCK effluent now is used to irrigate the gardens.
Safari Camp in the Okavango Delta catering for guests and main kitchen (30 P.E.)