Biofiltration ponds

What to do with gray household waste? This question arises for all owners of private houses. Dirty water from the sink, washing machine and shower can be effectively cleaned without complex septic tanks and without harm to the environment.
Biofiltration ponds are the solution to the problem. Unlike septic tanks, ponds are not dependent on electricity. They not only clean the water, but increase the biodiversity and productivity of the site. In addition, they are simply beautiful and harmoniously fit into the landscape design. Dirty water, passing through a system of mechanical filters, aquatic plants and animals, is purified. Plants are able to absorb substances harmful to animals and humans, oil products and even heavy metals.
A necessary condition for the efficient operation of biofiltration ponds is the use of environmentally friendly detergents.
Our company can design and construct cleaning ponds of any configuration and purpose. Our ponds work autonomously without electricity and regular pumping, they solve problems with unpleasant odors. They will decorate your site and make the environment cleaner.
Zelenstroy made a system of biofiltration ponds for the fabulous kingdom @chateauchapiteau. In Georgia near Lagodekhi. This project is special, in which we use only local materials and plants. Without additional investments and invasive species. We used only a bit of old concrete to reinforce the pipes and pipes for overflow. In this way, we show that it is possible to improve the environment by using what nature gives us around us.

Gray drains from the kitchen and washing machine enter the first pond through an aerator filled with stones. The depth of the pond varies from 10 to 80 cm. We have planted various native aquatic plants brought from stable biotopes along the path of the waste water and along the banks of the pond. Mud fish also settled with plants. It is planned to plant willows and bamboo along the perimeter of the reservoir to strengthen the banks and additional filtration of surface runoff.

Through the overflow pipe, water enters the second pond, enriched with oxygen along the way. The second pond is designed for additional filtration and breeding of edible fish. The depth of the reservoir is from 50 to 150 cm. It creates a large supply of fresh clean water in case of drought, as it has a significant inflow of groundwater. We threw in some picturesque snags to diversify the habitat of fish, enrich the biodiversity of the reservoir and give them the opportunity to hide from predators.
Biotop on the old brick

At the outlet of the second pond, due to the sum of all sources, a significant flow of water is created. Therefore, we will install small hydro turbines on the overflow pipes and the resulting energy will feed the lighting of the entire biofilter system.

Write to us if you want to create an efficient and beautiful biofiltration system on your site.

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