An affordable tool for quickly calculating the required storage tank size by comparing the annual water yield with the annual water demand. Just enter a few pieces of data and determine the potential rainwater use for your facility, and the calculator will calculate the best tank size.
Rainwater can be managed using various mechanisms. Here we present infiltration systems based on drainage paths. The drainage network calculator enables the calculation of the quantity of materials required for the construction of a particular system and indicates the length and distance of drainage paths depending on the type of soil on site and the number of sewage treatment plant users (PE).
If you are in the process of selecting a sewage management system for your facility, the operating cost calculator is the tool for you. You only need to enter two inputs, and in return you get a comparison of the annual operating costs of the following sewage management systems: municipal sewage system, drainage treatment plant, biological treatment plant and septic tank.
The feasibility of an infiltration system under given ground conditions can be determined using a percolation test. It includes instructions for testing the permeability of the soil, i.e. the ability of the soil to absorb water.