more versatile and space-efficient
A biodigester sanitation system requires relatively less space and it can be placed anywhere in the premises as opposed to a septic tank that has to placed close to the gate.
Fast Construction Time
A biodigester can be constructed in one to three days. In contrast, constructing a septic tank takes at least a week before it can be used, as both the bottom and top slabs require time to dry before the tank can be used.Get Biodigester Price Estimate
Bid goodbye to expensive and unsightly exhauster services
The cost of constructing and maintaining a septic tank is generally higher than that of a biodigester, due to the greater amount of labor and materials required for setup. In addition, a septic tank typically requires more frequent and costly maintenance compared to a biodigester.
While a biodigester can function for extended periods without the need for maintenance due to the complete exhaustion of waste generated, a septic tank requires regular maintenance. This is because the waste in a septic tank is not fully exhausted, leading to the accumulation of sludge that fills up the tank over time. As a result, the septic tank needs to be regularly emptied to create more space, incurring additional costs with each maintenance session. As time goes by, the frequency of these necessary maintenance sessions typically increases.Get Biodigester Price Estimate