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EVDS - Environmental & Conservation

Environmental

One of the biggest savings on natural resources is the dramatic reduction in flush water consumption. A typical Evac vacuum toilet requires just over one litre of water per flush - one sixth of that used by a conventional toilet. Using less water will bring significant cost savings as water rates rise. Evac toilets have a very low water consumption so the actual amount of sewage produced is reduced - helping to ease the burden of overloaded public sewage plants.

Evac toilet take out up to 100 lites of air on each flush, removing viruses, bacteria and odours from the bowl and into the system enhancing hygiene and personal comfort within washrooms. By encouraging the cycle of air, the toilet accomodation will stay fresh.

Conservation

One of the biggest savings on natural resources is the dramatic reduction in flush water consumption. A typical Evac vacuum toilet requires just over one litre of water per flush - one sixth of that used by a conventional toilet. Using less water will bring significant cost savings as water rates rise. Evac toilets have a very low water consumption so the actual amount of sewage produced is reduced - helping to ease the burden of overloaded public sewage plants.

Evac toilet take out up to 100 lites of air on each flush, removing viruses, bacteria and odours from the bowl and into the system enhancing hygiene and personal comfort within washrooms. By encouraging the cycle of air, the toilet accomodation will stay fresh.

Water Treatment

The Total Water Cycle.

The Evac vacuum system is able to go one step further by introducing water treatment to the vacuum package, so that the whole process becomes one closed loop, ensuring total security against contamination of other water stocks.

  • Water enters the building and is used for washing
  • The resulting grey water is collection by the vacuum system, processed and return to the building for toilet flushing water
  • When flushed is is then collected by the vacuum system fromthe vacuum toilet for further re-treatment, resuse or disposal

Our closed loop system ensures total security.

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European Vacuum Drainage Systems
Unit 35 Lordswood Industrial Estate Gleamingwood Drive
Chatham
Kent
ME5 8RZ

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