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All the answers to your questions about sanitation and phyto-purification.

Where does the water go after treatment?

After treatment, the water returns to the natural environment (infiltration into the soil, ditch, etc.) or can be used for underground irrigation in the ornamental garden

Should I change my habits of using household products?

Planted filters, like any sanitation system, are effective in treating natural organic matter. Chemical products are minimally processed and therefore end up in nature.

You don’t need to change your habits to protect your phyto-purification because it is very robust, but you can do so for nature!

Does it attract flies and mosquitoes?

The water seeps into the gravel beds quickly enough for pests to get away.

Is there any odour?

The bacteria present in the filters do not ferment, they breathe! There is therefore no odour when the system is working correctly.

Why is this an efficient system?

Because it is a living system which is able to adapt to the polluting load quickly.

What are the advantages of sanitation by phyto-purification?

Phyto-purification is an innovative system with no tank or emptying, offering both an environmental and beautiful solution. Its main advantages are:

    • Performance
      • Approved by the Ministries of Health and the Environment
      • Adapts to the volume of water to be treated
      • Works in any season and on any terrain
    • Economical
      • Low dedicated space
      • Competitive investment over time
      • Low maintenance costs
    • Beautiful
      • Optimised landscape integration
      • Oasis of plants and flowers
      • Flowers from May to August
    • Sustainable
      • Sanitised water returned to the natural environment
      • Zero waste output
      • Reliable; lifespan of at least 40 years

What is phyto-purification?

The word phyto-purification combines two words:

Purification, purifying and sanitising wastewater, and phyto, which means “plants”. It is therefore a natural process: it is thanks to plants that we purify the wastewater. Nevertheless, it is not the plants themselves that act, but the bacteria that live in the immediate environment of semi-aquatic plants.