Septic System Installation & Replacement

Septic System Installation & Replacement


BECCO, Inc. is proud to offer new and replacement septic systems as well as septic system design services. We combine our knowledge and experience along with the proper equipment and training to guarantee that the job is completed in a timely manner. BECCO, Inc. is one of the leading companies for septic system installation, replacement, and design in Medina County, Ohio.

More information about Ohio Sewage Treatment Systems can be found through the Ohio Department of Health.

Types of Septic Systems We Install

Mound Septic System

The mound system includes a septic or aeration tank, a dosing tank, and a mound. The mound itself is primarily constructed of sand, gravel, and topsoil and must be built along the original contour of the lot.

Spray System

In a spray system, treatment is achieved through the use of an aeration tank, Bio-Kinetic Filter and an UV light.  After treatment the effluent water is sent under pressure to spray heads for dispersal.

Peat septic system

A peat septic system functions much like a mound septic system with the exception that the wastewater receives treatment by being filtered through 2 to 3 feet of peat before being discharged to the soil for final dispersal.

Drip Septic System

Drip distribution systems include a septic or aeration tank, dosing tank, and one or more drip fields. They utilize small diameter, pressurized tubing with emitters that are installed in shallow soil to ensure even distribution of wastewater into the ground.

The National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES)

The National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) treats and then discharges treated effluent to a stream, ditch or other surface water body.  A NPDES includes an aeration tank, Bio-Kinetic Filter, and an UV light.

Leaching Tile Field

In a Leaching Tile Field, aka Soil Absorption Trenches, the effluent that leaves your septic tank or pretreatment device and is pumped under pressure or drains by gravity to plastic perforated pipes in gravel trenches.

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