Septic Systems - What's New in New Jersey!

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A-Norton Septic Contracting is an installer of Hoot Aerobic Treatment Systems in New Jersey. This type of Septic System is an NSF-approved environmentally friendly alternative technology. Contact us or click here for further information on this five stage treatment septic system.



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A-Norton Septic Contracting is very excited to announce that the EcoPure Peat Moss PBFC Series are now available as of November 2010. As New Jersey certified installers of EcoPure Peat Moss Biofilters, we have available & ready to be installed. Four (4) new models that service 2-6 bedroom homes.

 Eco pure peat mossThe EcoPure Peat Moss Biofilter was designed for extreme site conditions and sensitive environments. The system utilizes a specific blend of sphagnum peat moss for the treatment of septic tank effluent. 

Sphagnum peat moss provides a well-balanced eco-system of naturally occurring organisms that digest the harmful pollutants contained in the wastewater stream. The system replicates the same process that occurs in nature.

A-Norton Septic Contracting has already installed this type of peat moss tank locally. Please consult with us on any questions or concerns you may have-We are here to help!

                                              Simply Natural, Naturally Simple

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Infiltrator Septic Tanks IM-1060 Series

As a Certified Infiltrator Installer, A-Norton Septic Contracting can install the latest products from the Infiltrator Company. Their new septic tanks have already been installed locally in Monmouth County, NJ. For more information click hereInfiltrator Septic Tank IM1060 prod shot resized 600


As of January 11th 2012 (12/P4) TRENTON - As part of its continuing commitment to customer service and transformation, the Department of Environmental Protection has launched a new service that will allow property owners and their contractors to apply online for certain types of freshwater wetlands permits, Commissioner Bob Martin announced today.

The public can now apply online for two types of general permits - GP-8, which allows for additions to existing houses, and GP-25, which allows for replacements of malfunctioning septic systems.

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