Single Family Home
The Hills of Rosemont in Chatham County NC is an exclusive neighborhood with homes ranging in the $2M - 6M. Every home in the neighborhood has it's own AdvanTex and drip irrigation system. The first AdvanTex system was installed in 2003 and is still working like a charm. All new homes are constructed using AdvanTex systems as well. AQWA sells and operates all systems in the community, giving residents one place to call with any of their needs.
Rosemont has some of the most challenging soil conditions one can find.
Coastal Rental Homes
AQWA has hundreds of AdvanTex systems serving rental homes on the coast of NC. Most are 6-12 Bedroom rentals. Locally supplied concrete tanks are used as well as 2-3 AdvanTex AX20's. The majority of systems disperse effluent into a very small gravel pad. AQWA has supplied and maintained systems for homes such as these since 2002.
AQWA recently began selling the all new Orenco AX MAX system. This is an all in one "packaged" wastewater treatment plant. It can be customized for any flow or strength of waste. The first system installed in the Carolinas serves an RV Park in Cedar Point NC. It includes some of the parks original tanks as well as two 42' AX MAX units. Approximately 12,000 gallons per day are treated in these two units. The system was pre-plumbed and pre-wired. Most of the installation occurred in a single day. Effluent is safely dispersed into a small drip irrigation system. The system was installed in 2013.
We have had a number of "RT" installations in the Raleigh Durham area. We have several others permitted and installed in other areas of the state. These packages are a combined recirculation tank with an AdvanTex system. The speed and ease of installation is great for the installer and the small footprint is attractive to property owners. AX20 RT's have typically been installed instead of large single pass and recirculating sand filters. The RT's take up less room, work longer, and are cheaper to boot. It's a bit of a no-brainer.
AQWA has sold and operates a number of AdvanTex systems for schools. Some of the sites include:
Bethel Elementary School
This system includes Xerxes Fiberglass Tanks as well as three AdvanTex AX100's. Effluent is dispersed through a pressure manifold system. The system was installed in 2008.
Ralph Chandler Middle School
This system includes several Xerxes fiberglass tanks as well as four AX100's. Effluent is dispersed through a surface drip irrigation system in a nearby forested area. The system was installed in 2008
Jackson County, NC
This system uses several concrete tanks and two AX100's before sending effluent to be dispersed through a pressure manifold system. The system was installed in 2009.
Community Independent School
Chatham County, NC
This system uses several concrete tanks followed by six AX20's. Effluent also runs through a AQWA tire chip Denite system prior to being distributed to a drip irrigation system in the nearby wooded area. The system was installed in 2010.
This system includes several Xerxes fiberglass tanks as well as two AX100's. Effluent is dispersed through a pressure manifold network. The system was installed in 2007.
Glade Creek Elementary
Alleghany County, NC
This system utilizes concrete tanks, and two AX100 units. Effluent is dispersed through a pressure manifold system. The system was installed in 2011
Piney Creek Elementary
Alleghany County, NC
This system utilizes some of the schools existing concrete tanks as well as several new ones. It has 2 AX100's as well as an AQWA tire chip Denite system. Effluent is dispersed through a pressure manifold. The system was installed in 2013.