Waterloo Biofilter Systems Inc. was recently featured in an article by The Muskoka Sun, a weekly newspaper catering to Ontario’s cottage industry. Published under the weekly “Cottage Under Construction” series, the article discusses the need for wastewater treatment to protect the natural environment in Ontario’s prized Muskoka cottage country.
Conventional drainfield septic systems are generally not an option in the Muskoka area due to lack of suitable soils, high water table and bedrock. Where they are installed, conventional septic systems may be unknowingly polluting lakes and groundwater because there is no way to verify treatment and no maintenance contracts are required. Alternative septic solutions like the Waterloo Biofilter help protect Muskoka’s lakefront by treating sewage before disposal and allowing verification of treatment performance during routine maintenance visits.
Waterloo Biofilter’s Flat Bed and Cedar Shed Biofilters can be installed on very small lots, high water table and bedrock, making them ideal solutions for the Muskoka region. Please click on the following link to read the full article on Muskoka septic systems.