HOOT TREATMENT PROCESS PROTECTS THE ENVIRONMENT

The Hoot Aerobic Treatment System treats wastewater more effectively than standards require. A Hoot System reduces both the biochemical oxygen demand (BOD) and the total suspended solids (TSS) more than required for Class I aerobic treatment systems.

Central to our beliefs at Hoot is protection of a pristine and safe environment we can pass on to our children.

With Drip Irrigation, 100% of the water used in your home is recycled and applied 6 to 9 inches below the ground in the root zone of plants, shrubs and grasses. All of this water is re-used for irrigation purposes, allowing you to significantly reduce, if not eliminate your need for additional watering of your lawn, shrubs or trees, all depending on where you put your drip field.


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Murrill Tank Service teams with Hoot Systems

Murrill Tank Service Manufactures, Distributes and Installs the Hoot Systems in Alabama, Mississippi and the Florida Panhandle.

Hoot has worked with Baylor University to provide sewage and quality data analysis for the last 17 years. To date Hoot has spent over a half a million dollars with Baylor through their Department of Environmental Studies, Baylor Testing and Certification Program and now the Wastewater Treatment Research Program.

Research monies go not only to testing, but to support students through Tuition Reimbursement and Stipend support. To date more than a dozen students have been supported through this program and have used their experiences at Baylor to launch their careers into the wastewater field.


1. B.O.D.5 & TSS CHART
The HOOT Aerobic Treatment System produced results of 2.2 for CBOD5, and 1.5 for TSS, both a 99% reduction of the influent waste stream.
2. NUTRIENT REDUCTION
The Hoot System was sampled for Nitrate, Nitrite, TKN, and Phosphorus. With these results, the Hoot System has the lowest effluent results of any commercially available system.
3. HOOT TREATMENT PROCESS PROTECTS THE ENVIRONMENT
The Hoot Aerobic Treatment System treats wastewater more effectively than standards require.