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SEPTIC SYSTEMS - specialists in the Medina County area including: Medina, Brunswick, Hinckley, Granger Township and Seville!
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Septic System & Septic Tank - Design & Installation
We specialize in septic systems installation, design, & replacement. Belsole Ground Works is state licensed and registered in Medina, Cuyahoga and Summit Counties. Whether its a septic tank replacement system or a complete new septic system installation, we have the knowledge and expertise it takes to design and install a septic system that will give you years of trouble free service. From soil testing to installation, our experienced staff is there every step of the way.
Belsole Groundworks is licensed to install septic tanks/systems in the following counties.
Medina County - Medina County Health Department
Summit County - Summit County Health Department
Cuyahoga County - Cuyahoga County Health Department
Some of these septic tank/systems include:
Spray Aeration System
N.P.D.E.S off lot systems
Ohio sand mound leaching systems
E.T.A Mound Repairs
Spray Aeration System
In a spray system, treatment is achieved through the use of an aeration tank, Bio-Kinetic Filter and an UV light. After treatment the effluent water is sent under pressure to spray heads for dispersal.
The National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) permit program controls water pollution by regulating point sources that discharge pollutants into waters of the United States. Point sources are discrete conveyances such as pipes or man-made ditches. Individual homes that are connected to a municipal system, use a septic system.
NPDES off lot systems
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The OMLS includes a septic tank, a dosing chamber, and a mound. Waste from the home is sent to a septic tank where the solid portion settles to the bottom of the tank. The remaining portion is sent to a second tank called a dosing chamber. In the dosing chamber, the waste is evenly distributed in doses into the mound where it is treated as it moves through the mound sand and then through the soil underneath the mound.
Ohio Mounded Leaching System