Iseki Redivac vacuum sewage systems have been installed throughout the world, wherever local conditions make conventional sewage disposal difficult or expensive.
Locations vary from small towns in the United Kingdom through even small settlements in Alaska to an offshore base in the United Arab Emirates. Click on the PDF logos below to read the case studies showing how Iseki Redivac vacuum sewerage systems have been employed.
Poor ground conditions, challenging topography, river crossings and the need for installation to take place over a short time span, causing minimal impact to the normal life of the village, made Iseki Redivac the only realistic choice of sewage system.
As a result of the vacuum system being installed the residents of Deering can now take their drinking water from the river without the danger of it being contaminated by sewage which was previously disposed of by hand into the sea around the estuary.
Addcap Offshore Base, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates
The Vacuum Way proved the ideal solution - pipes were installed at shallow depths, largely above the sea water table and the inherent flexibility of the system in terms of future development was greatly appreciated by the client.
RIVER, LAKE & COSTAL
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