If you require a new septic system installation in Barrie, Orillia, or Simcoe County, hire the team at G.E. Binnie Haulage & Excavation. We can design your system or install a system you have already designed, as well as handle inspections and annual maintenance (excluding pumping).
If you require a new septic system, an upgrade, or a repair to your current system, give G.E. Binnie Haulage & Excavation a call or email us. We will be happy to visit your site and recommend a design that will suit your needs and meet authority requirements.
The sizing of a septic system is determined by the soil in the ground. Sandy soil with low silt content is best. If you have clay soil, a high water table, or a water table that is elevated at certain times of the year, then importing sand and/or raising your system is what has to be done to ensure that your system will work properly.
The sizing of a septic system is mostly based on the building it is servicing. It is not based on who it services, rather who it could potentially service, to reduce the need for upgrading septic systems. The system must meet the maximum possible daily sewage flow the building could produce.
Septic systems require certain clearance from wells, swimming pools, property lines, buildings, rivers, lakes, ponds, reservoirs and springs. Therefore they are not necessarily placed where they are aesthetically preferred, but where the system can meet all of these requirements.
Following are brief descriptions of the main systems used today:
Advanced Treatment Systems
In addition to the specific septic systems we specialize in, we offer design and installation of other types of systems. If you already have a septic system design, send them to us via email and we can provide you with a free estimate to install.
Failing systems – the main reasons are:
What to look for:
When it rains or snows, water collects and flows over the land’s surface. Eventually, this water reaches local streams, lakes, wetlands, and rivers. LID is a green infrastructure approach to storm water management that uses simple, cost-effective landscape features and other techniques to filter, store, and infiltrate, and use rainwater where it falls. When we manage the runoff of storm water near the source through specific site designs, we can help protect public health and improve overall community liveability. In addition, LID helps save money for local developers and governments.
G.E. Binnie Haulage & Excavation Inc. is the 1st company certified in the Oro-Medonte Area for this service. Consider having these concepts incorporated in the overall design of your new build, or see what options may be available on your existing property. Contact G.E. Binnie Haulage & Excavation Inc. to learn more about septic system installation and our storm water management solutions.