Individual sanitation work in Cahors
Sablé Jacques handles the realization and the complete installation of your individual sanitation in Cahors and 30 km around.
All you need to know about non-collective sanitation
Non-collective sanitation (NCS) refers to individual domestic water treatment facilities. These systems are used in homes that are not served by a public wastewater collection system and must, therefore, treat their wastewater themselves before discharging it into the natural environment. Treated wastewater consists of black water (toilet water) and grey water (sinks, kitchen, washing machine, shower, etc.).
ANC's facilities must allow for the common treatment of such wastewater.
Containing potentially pathogenic micro-organisms, organic matter, nitrogenous, phosphorus or suspended matter, wastewater can be a source of environmental pollution and pauses significant health risks.
Non-collective sanitation therefore aims to prevent several types of risks, whether they pertain to your health or the environment.
Domestic wastewater is pre-treated in a watertight pit that allows suspended solids to settle in the collected water, retention of the floating elements and a first stage of degradation.
The wastewater is then conveyed to the treatment plant where pollutants are eliminated through biochemical degradation (microbiological activity) of the water by passing it through a natural reactor made up of either natural soil or reconstituted soil (sand mass).