Ecoflow peat filter septic system

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  1. pipehacker

    pipehacker New Member

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    Does anyone have any advice or experience with this septic system, which uses peat as a filter material? Thanks
     
  2. leejosepho

    leejosepho DIY scratch-pad engineer

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    Do a search for "ecoflow" on this page and you can read some things a pro wrote a few years ago:
    http://www.eco-nomic.com/septicforum.htm

    To me, it sounds expensive and high-maintenance, and I would only consider it as a last option available.
     
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  4. byndq

    byndq New Member

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    I will be installing an ECO-PURE system next week at my new home in northern Illinois. Do your research. I was at first being pushed by my county health department to use the Bord Na Mona system. Thousands more costly than the Eco-Pure.
    Maintenance is minimal. Other than the normal pumping of the tank, I will be able to do the rest myself. No maintenance contracts.
     
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