Residential Septic Systems

home_residentialWetlandsPacific Corp. installs and maintains onsite wastewater management and treatment systems. Each design is tailored to the individual lot and, where possible, to the preferences of the owners. When coupled with our patented Vegetative Tertiary Filter, valuable yard space can be saved. Your onsite system can now be an attractive garden, a landscape feature, or blend into the natural background. No ugly sand mounds!

Commercial Septic Systems

home_commercialWe have designed, installed and maintain many wastewater management systems for commercial developments. Installed systems include shopping centres, industrial plants, business parks, equipment supply facilities, stores and other businesses. Due to their unique operational characteristics, the design of wastewater management for commercial developments requires the specialized knowledge we have developed through extensive experience.


home_developmentsWastewater management for subdivisions can be designed in a variety of ways, depending upon the developer's overall business plan. Options range from preparing a legal plan for each lot, which allows the purchaser to install an individual onsite system to designing a cluster system for multiple lots. There is typically an economy to having more than one lot on a system although the capital requirements are greater.


home_industrialIndustrial activities often have specialized requirements for wastewater management systems. Our expertise cover designing, installing and maintaining industrial activities including landfill leachate. Due to their unique operational characteristics, the design of systems for industrial developments requires the specialized knowledge we have developed through extensive experience.


home municipal2The company has held several contracts to work with communities to develop a conceptual design for a wetland and to conduct feasibility and scientific studies related to a wide range of wetland activities.


mikeandreece_small Regular maintenance keeps your system in good working condition and minimizes costly repairs. We offer maintenance services for all brands of treatment systems.

WetlandsPacific selected for the 2010 MISTIC Award for Environmental Technology PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 25 March 2011 08:03

The fifth Mid-Island Science, Technology and Innovations Council Awards (MISTIC Awards) gala event, held at the Vancouver Island Conference Centre, recognized WetlandsPacific as the winner of the 2010 Environmental Technology award. “The winner of the Environmental Technology award is recognized for their engagement in environmental applied research, development, design and/or the provision of environmental services”. MISTIC covers from the Malahat North to the tip of Vancouver Island, including the Sunshine Coast and Gulf Islands. The award was given for the development of the Vegetative Tertiary Filter, a new class of constructed wetlands, that of capillary.

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Rick Roberts, Chair Vancouver Island Economic Alliance (left) presents the 2010 MISTIC Environmental Technology Award to Curt Kerns of WetlandsPacific Corp.

The Mid-Island Science, Technology and Innovation Council (MISTIC) is one of nine regional councils in the Province of British Columbia of the BC Regional Science and Technology Network (BCRSTN). MISTIC acts as the 'first point of contact' for small and medium-sized enterprises, entrepreneurs, students, business persons, and researchers seeking information related to knowledge sector industries.

MISTIC’s role is that of a catalyst, facilitator, and liaison with industry, post-secondary institutes and government to ensure that the region’s potential for growth in the technology sector is realized. MISTIC’s success lies in building partnerships with business, education, financial and other professional institutions, local governments, and with agencies of similar mandates.

The award was presented at the 5th Annual Science, Technology & Innovation Awards in Vancouver Island Conference Centre on November 3, 2010

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