Sewage Treatment System Property Transfer Inspection Guidelines: Aerobic Treatment Units Mobile App
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Aerobic Treatment units (ATU’s) or aerators receive septic tank effluent, which is oxygenated and mixed by compressors or aerators.
How does it work?
ATU’s should be operating in accordance with the Ohio Department of Health and manufacturer’s specifications. Systems using these technologies are required to maintain a service contract for the life of the system. A review of the homeowner’s service records from the service provider should be reviewed prior to the inspection. ATU’s are typically used to either treat effluent before a soil absorption system or before off-lot discharge. These systems are now typically designed with visible and audible alarms to alert the owners and / or service providers to warn of compressor / aerator failure and high water. These alarms may indicate that an inspection or maintenance is required immediately. The Sewage Treatment System Property Transfer Inspection Guidelines: Aerobic Treatment Units mobile app covers the Minimum Inspection Criteria for Aerobic Treatment Units. Use GoCanvas to Auto-Populate fields.