WellCome OM Project Installs Wastewater Treatment System Which Protects Ecosystem and Water Recycling System

August 10, 2018

WellCome OM Integral Healing & Education Center is nearing completion and has recently installed two systems to protect the ecosystem. The WellCome OM Center consists of three buildings nestled on six acres of land among beautiful gardens, pathways, and natural habitat to promote an ecofriendly and sustainable environment.


About the CE30 Wastewater Treatment System

To protect the balance of our ecosystem without using chemical treatments and to preserve the water quality of the Weeki Wachee Spring fed watershed for future generations, a wastewater treatment system has been installed which biologically processes waste and uses the resulting nitrogens in surrounding non-edible landscaping. The resulting system is superior to traditional septic systems or regional wastewater treatment plants lowering the cost of infrastructure maintained by taxes and the impact on local environment. WellCome OM will likely adopt a “living building certification which is comprehensive and can be obtained over time as the remaining elements are completed after construction,” said Darren Azdell, principal of OutsideIN Architecture, LLC. For more information go to www.Living-Future.org.

To read more about the wastewater treatment system visit https://www.tampabaynewswire.com/2018/08/08/wellcome-om-project-installs-wastewater-treatment-system-which-protects-ecosystem-and-water-recycling-system-70114 

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