A “Green” pump truck
“The Recycler” (Manufacturer’s name is “The Juggler”) is a breakthrough in the industry of septic tank pumping and at this time, New Jersey Septic Management Group is the only company in New Jersey to offer this technology to its customers.
“The Recycler” pump truck is used daily to service our “Neighborhood Discount Pumpout” customers.
How can a truck that pumps septic sewage be “green”?
Let us explain…
Traditional Pump Trucks
- Traditional septic pump trucks only work in one direction; they pull from the tank, all solids and liquid.
- Beneficial, organic, bacterial flora is also removed and the system is at a disadvantage until household wastewater usage resumes and new bacteria flora are created.
- Local waste dump sites are overburdened and stressed because the entire contents of a septic tank are dumped when ONLY the solids (sludge and scum) needed to be removed at time of pumping.
“The Recycler” works in two directions. It pulls out all tank contents and recycles back into the tank, filtered, purified liquid.
- (Step 1) “The Recycler” pulls into tank chamber 1 all the liquid (supernatant) from the septic tank.
- (Step 2) “The Recycler” pulls into tank chamber 2 all the solids (sludge & scum) from the septic tank.
- The liquid in chamber 1 is filtered and purified.
- (Step 3) The purified liquid in chamber 1 is then recycled back into the septic tank.
- (Photo 1) The filtering process produces a by-product that is 99% free of organic matter.
- Natural bacteria flora is unaffected during filtering and is returned to the tank so the system has no biological processing interruptions.
- Local waste dump sites are much less burdened since ONLY solids are dumped.
- “The Recycler” is designed to have a reduced carbon footprint; emits no smoke pollutants, makes less noise and uses less fuel than traditional pump trucks.
- (Photo 1) Treated liquid is returned to the septic tank. The filtering process produces a by-product that is 99% free of organic matter and that still contains natural bacteria flora that is needed to support a properly working septic system.