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case study feature florida keysFlorida Keys, FL


Across Florida, over 2.6 million aging septic tanks are breaking down, leaking toxins that threaten environmental quality of life and contributing to algae blooms in the near-shore waters. Waters that Floridians depend on for life and enjoy for recreation. And because much of Florida’s soil is not suitable for septic tank installation, essential collection and treatment functions are virtually impossible … and costly.


E/One’s ALL-TERRAIN SEWER system has become the effective and economical solution of choice in septic tank abandonment and septic-to-sewer conversion programs across Florida — including the Florida Keys and the St. Johns River. Our pressure sewer systems are gaining widespread acceptance in providing a viable, sustainable, and cost-effective solution for communities considering new wastewater collection systems, replacing failed gravity systems, or for septic-to-sewer conversions. See how they provide critical infrastructure with lower construction costs, fewer community disruptions, and minimal environmental impacts compared to the construction of new gravity sewer or the renewal of failed gravity systems.

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