The management of waste water has undergone some important developments over the past decade. No longer is it permissible to 'throw in' in a septic field and 'hope for the best'. Each installation requires the services of a certified installer. Kerry is certified as a Septic Tank Installer, has a Sewage Management Certificate and a Wastewater Management Cerfiticate. This company has installed a great many septic systems in the Parksville and Nanoose Bay area. The following images are just some of those showing the kind of work done by Kerry BobCat and his team of workers.
Installing Septic Systems
Settlement Tanks are in Place
The positioning of the settlement tanks is very precise with regards to the levels.
A Truck Full of Parts
Piping, fittings and paraphernalia all ready for the job
Partially covered field
The gravel is spread over the pipes to allow for seepage
Making the Right Slope
It is important to lay the pipes at the correct slope
Making the Connections
Piecing together the piping is all part of a working system
Filling and Covering
Using the right materials the septic tanks and the piping are carefully covered.
Immersed in his Work
Commitment only goes so far and this is as far at it gets!
All Laid out Ready to Cover
The piping is laid out considering both length and distance between the runs...
Installing the Tanks in a Small Space
The complete system connects together the various parts and are carefully back-filled with sand.
Doing a Squirt Test
In order for the system to work, the pressure is tested using the squirt test
Tanks in Place
The tanks are placed and back-filled ready for final cover.
Laying out Distributor Pipes
All ready for the all important squirt test!
Covering the Piping
The gravel provides a good base for drainage purposes.
Waterfront Septic Installation
It can be tricky to install an environmentally approve system on ocean front properties.
Connecting the Components of the System
Connections must be done to prevent malfunctioning of the system.