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Go Green is a small, innovative technology company that specializes in custom design of advanced wastewater treatment systems. In this age of increased ecological awareness and tougher government regulation, conventional septic tank systems are no longer adequate. Highly reliable, low maintenance, quiet systems that meet the highest standards of water treatment are required. We offer a range of solutions suitable for marine or land based use, that can be installed nearly anywhere, from a mobile home to a facility handling a sub-division. Whether you are a homeowner with a failed septic system, a general contractor, or a government agency, our staff can meet your needs.

For those of you who do not know a dispersal field from a field of dreams, the how it works, benefits and homeowner links at the top of this page will provide a readily understandable description of our products. To learn more, visit the technology section, where we offer a guide to abbreviations and terminology used in wastewater treatment, as well as a summary of the government regulations applicable to British Columbia and other parts of North America. Engineers and general contractors may be more interested in the design specifications available from the technology section.

The links to the left lead to case studies showing the innovative ways that the Go Green technology have been applied. Visit the products section for specifications of our various systems. Where the amount of water to treat is under 300 imperial gallons (1300 liters) per day, we offer packaged systems that can be shipped anywhere and installed and running in under a day. For larger systems we serve the needs of the Pacific Northwest through our network of partner companies. Throughout the site you may click on photos for an enlarged view.

For our international visitors, this website is available in six languages, we only wish our translation skills were as good as our products. There is a link also to Babelfish for Japanese, you must have the East Asia package installed on your computer for this to work. Entrepreneurs visit the "opportunity" link at the bottom of this page. If you wish a quote or need further information, click on the contact us link at the top of this page and fill out our questionnaire.

Effective June 1,2005, the responsibility for the design of water treatment systems lies with certified practioners. The new standards in PDF format can be found at Sewage System Standard Practise Manual

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