The sewer system has three primary functions: collection, transportation, and treatment. In an
ideal scenario, gravity alone collects and transports wastewater. The sewer lines from homes to
the street's main are inclined downward. Similarly, the sewer main is structured the same way,
with pipes progressively increasing, ultimately leading to the treatment plant, usually in a low-
After the wastewater arrives at the processing facility, it undergoes various treatment phases.
Initially, it is left to settle, allowing the heavy and light solids to segregate, similar to how septic
tanks function. Subsequently, bacteria are utilized to eliminate organic materials, just like Bio-
Clean operates. Lastly, chemicals are employed to eliminate any remaining contaminants and
bacteria, ensuring they do not harm the surrounding community when discharged.