Author: Alberto (---.rdns.blackberry.net)
Date: 04-10-10 13:10
David, thanks for your advice and for offering your plumber. I really appreciate your genuine interesest in suggesting a solution.
However, sewage grinder pumps are used to transfer waste water from a holding tank to public sewage lines where elevation doesn't allow for gravity to do the work. A grinder pump would be a quick and easy fix in most cases. Unfortunately, Costa Bonita is not connected to the recently installed public sewage line, so this is not an option. That' the main reason why the complex was designed with independent waste water treatment plants for each cluster. As previously explained, these three-phase treatment systems provide the capability of cleaning and disinfecting water to a stage where it can be safely re-used for irrigation purposes. This means that Costa Bonita can enjoy beautiful green grass while saving thousands of gallons of Culebra's limited water supply.
The treatment plants at Costa Bonita require expert maintenance in order to keep working properly. This has been a priority since the complex became a condo (with Home Owners association) little over a year ago. Unfortunately, this was not the case with previous adminitrators and hotel managers.
The treatment plants at Costa Bonita are currently in top shape and working properly. There is no bad smell or leaks. It took a long time, effort, and money to recondition a system that had been neglected for a long time. These treatment plants are not an experiment. it is proven technology that works. For more information refer to www.speccoenv.com