Orenco Case Studies

  1. Planning For Sustainability In West Virginia
    7/26/2017

    The Boy Scouts of America (BSA) wanted an environmentally friendly method for disposing of the greywater generated by the 336 shower buildings at their showcase camping and training facility, the Summit Bechtel Family National Scout Reserve (SBR) in West Virginia.

  2. Evaluating Alternatives And Options
    7/26/2017

    Residents of Christiansburg, Ohio, already knew they had a problem with their onsite wastewater systems. System failures and odors were common, particularly during or shortly after significant rainfall.

  3. AdvanTex® Treatment System Chosen For Overall Low Life-Cycle Costs
    7/26/2017

    On the island nation of Cyprus, the Water Development Department needed a wastewater treatment system for an immigration processing center that was in the planning stages. 

  4. Scenic Community Threatened By Wastewater Crisis
    7/26/2017

    Located in rural New Zealand, the farming community of Piopio was in need of a wastewater treatment system.

  5. Effective AdvanTex® Treatment Offers Cost Savings
    7/26/2017

    On the small island of St. Thomas, the Mountain Top condominium complex had a big problem: its sequencing batch reactor (SBR) was failing.

  6. Small-Town Mayor Tackles A Big Problem
    7/26/2017

    Public concern was mounting over the lack of adequate wastewater treatment for the vast majority of homes in Fulton, Alabama. High groundwater levels contributed to septic system failures at some residences, while many others had no septic system at all.

  7. Affordable Wastewater Collection And Treatment
    7/26/2017

    A modern, master-planned community in the Texas Hill Country needed an affordable wastewater collection and treatment system that could be installed in phases and would perform as reliably as a large municipal system but without the cost, odor, or need for a full-time operator.

  8. A Wastewater Solution With Low Capital Costs
    7/17/2017

    Along the Indian River Lagoon adjacent to Vero Beach, Florida, both residents and government officials were becoming increasingly concerned about excessive nutrient loads and pollution.