Drip Dispersal is one of the most universal and flexible methods to return the treated wastewater back into the environment and is approved in many of the areas that we distribute our products. Installation takes place 6-12″ below the ground, in the beneficial root zone of grasses and other ground coverings. In areas that are nitrogen sensitive, an uptake of an additional 25% of nitrogen can be achieved, even when exposed ground cover is dormant. Treated wastewater is filtered and then discharged through tubing that is 1/2″ tall, which is 6 to18″ lower in profile than most other drainfields. This “reduction” in system height allows for reductions or even elimination of mounds and maintains a larger vertical separation to limiting soil layers and groundwater. Treated water is dispersed evenly throughout the entire drainfield each dose, unlike gravity systems, which intensively load the front of drainfields, leading to a “creeping failure” effect.