Update: I have a question do you know how many gallons per day each home in your park is using?
What I've learned from this experience so far: before you can design a technology for your wastewater treatment plan you need to know how much sewer water is being dumped into your Lagoon each day (GPD).
That means you need to be measuring flow every day.
That brings us to knowing how much water your residents are using per day.
I have a question do you know how many gallons per day each home in your park is using? I don't know so that is a problem as im just now going about figuring that out.
Otherwise the EPA will assign a value or 75 to 100 gallons per day per resident and that can get very expensive when purchasing the technology because the more the daily flow the more the cost of the technology.
I have one resident using 300 gallons a day more than the other few residents I am monitoring. When buying technology for $500,000 using 15,000 gallons a day that means you're paying $33 dollars a gallon and this home is going to cost you about $10,000 because of that flapper leak.
Again i would like to know what your average usage of water is per home and if you have you own WWTP how many gallons per day are you processing into the lagoon?
any help or ideas would be appreciated