EOne All Terrain Sewer Systems – As a land developer, you need to use every piece of land to its fullest.
With EOne ALL-TERRAIN SEWER® pressure sewer systems from E/One, you can sewer anywhere and save up to half the cost of a conventional gravity sewer — all with a light touch on the land.
Pressure Sewer Systems, Septic Tanks & Gravity Sewer Systems
Septic Tanks vs Central Sewer Systems
Septic tanks have been a common method of residential sanitary waste disposal, but they may fail over time, polluting ground and recreational water and creating serious safety problems. Many communities nationwide have banned septic tanks because they can fail and pollute groundwater.
Central sewer systems are a better choice for new home developments and are usually considered an attractive selling feature.
Gravity sewer systems may not be feasible — or even possible — for new construction projects: they can require large, deep trenches that make the project too expensive. Hilly land, rocky soil, or a high water table can add more complications. Pressure sewers can be installed in any terrain and need only small-diameter mains buried just below the frostline.
Residential Projects that use ALL-TERRAIN SEWER and E/One Grinder Pumps
Great Sky in Canton, Georgia, may not have been possible to develop with gravity sewer systems.
Mark Sperling, CEO of Whiteface Club & Resorts, discusses the builder-customer experience the company has had with E/One grinder pumps.
Benefits of E/One All Terrain Sewer Grinder Pumps
- Sewer flat, hilly, rocky or wet terrain
- Low initial costs make central sewers economically feasible
- Central sewers increase the value of developmental units
- High reliability – maintenance is minimal
- Reduces operating costs
- Protective of public health
- Permits regulatory compliance
- Installation follows the contour of the land – needs only shallow trenches
- Labor and material costs are much less than gravity sewer systems
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: I need to maximize the value of the lots for my next project. Why would I consider E/One grinder pumps?
A: An E/One grinder pump system saves up front costs and long-term operation and maintenance costs, allowing you to create more lots in your development. Homes can be located in previously unusable locations where the terrain wouldn’t allow a gravity sewer, so you won’t have wasted space in the development. The system also gives you the flexibility to locate houses ar various distances from the main line pipes, restoration is quick and easy so you can vary the layout of your development, keep more trees and offer the scenic value that homeowners pay a premium for.
Q: Why can’t I use a gravity system that is familiar to everyone?
A: Your development may be too rocky or hilly to install an effective gravity sewer system at a reasonable cost. Soil conditions may make gravity systems prone to water infiltration, which may cause overflow conditions and release pollution into the surrounding environment. With all the difficulties in obtaining choice development ground these days, gravity sewer is not an option in some places.
Q: Why can’t I use a septic system?
A: Septic tanks use valuable real estate, and soil conditions may not support a septic system. Septic systems require routine maintenance, are costly to replace, and can contaminate ground water. Due to pollution concerns, the Environmental Protection Agency routinely limits the use of septic systems. The E/One system is a cost-effective alternative to septic systems, designed to eliminate the pollution issues that could impact the quality of life in your community.
Builders and land developers have used EOne ALL-TERRAIN SEWER from E/One to build on land previously thought to be undevelopable
Challenge: Sewering Tough Terrain
- Hawaii’s “In Lava” with Pressure Sewers – Terrain and sensitive archeological sites ruled out gravity sewers on the Big Island of Hawaii – WaterWorld Magazine
- Subterranean Secrets — New, open-space home development in Nova Scotia uses ALL-TERRAIN SEWER system from E/One for efficient lot sizes with lots of trees and outcroppings of bedrock – Green Builder
- Pumping in Paradise — Pressure sewer system makes a resort located on Mexico’s beautiful – and rocky – coast possible – Water & Wastes Digest
- Sentinel’s Stunning Sitelines Require Creative Sewering Solutions – Steep drops and bedrock make gravity system virtually impossible – Sustainable Land Development Today
- Homebuilder Finds New Solution in Paradise – Builder saves $86,000 over project estimate with E/One grinder pump station – Land Development Today
- It’s No Gravity Ride – Gravity sewer system for home development located in Georgia’s hilly terrain was not feasible – Big Builder
Challenge: Meeting Local Requirements
- Wastewater Challenge in Indianapolis – When the city tells a homeowner must abandon her septic tank, an E/One grinder pump offers an easy method to connecting to the sewer system – Sustainable Land Development Today
- Restoring Frank Lloyd Wright’s Masterpiece – A challenging problem with pristine results. – Custom Builder
- E/One Sewer Systems – Environmentally Sensitive, Economically Sensible – E/One sewer system allowed developer to build within a sensitive watershed – Professional Builder
Pressure Sewers vs Gravity Sewers: Information for Builders and Land Developers
- Low Pressure Sewer System Provides High Success – Builder Toll Brothers turns to E/One wastewater solutions in New Jersey – Land Development Today
- Soft Footprint Makes Sense – Despite popular misconceptions, home builders are extremely conscious of the environment during every phase of property development. – Professional Builder
- Sewer Anywhere and Save – A recurring dilemma for resort developers is that conventional utilities are cost-prohibitive or simply not suitable for pristine mountain, lakeside and beach terrains. In many cases, low pressure sewer systems can make the difference between building and not building. – Vacation Industry Review
- How Grinder Pumps Cut Down Infrastructure Costs – Installing grinder pumps can reduce sewer system costs and turn unbuildable sites into productive building lots. – Professional Builder