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Omega Jokasou septic tank celebrates 3 years of sales in Sri Lanka


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Omega Jokasou septic tank, which is a permanent solution to problems related to toilets and drainage such as over flowing, having to call for gulley bowsers too often, damaging and erosion of toilet pit, bad smell and toxic gas emission, has gained a considerable market share as it completes three years since it has been launched in Sri Lanka. 

Omega Jokasou septic tank is imported by Omega Ventures Lanka Ltd. and Subaki International, both joint ventures of Japan and Sri Lanka. The tank is sold with a 25-year comprehensive warranty and fixing and maintenance are done by a special team trained in Japan.

The tank consisting seven chambers made of reinforced fibre plastic, quickly decomposes solid waste and transforms into clear odourless water which can be used for irrigation and other household purposes or released to a normal drainage canal. Since solid waste is biodegraded by a special scientific process there will be no solid accumulation in the tank. 

Unlike traditional sewage tanks it does not overflow; can be used for a long time without maintenance; can be fixed even in a marsh land. As it needs little space to accommodate the tank it can be fixed under the car porch, in the garage or garden slightly below the ground level. Omega Jokasou septic tank is ideal for reclaimed lands or lands where ground water level is high. “According to a long-term study done by us, Sri Lanka has numerous problems related to sewage and drainage water. Omega Jokasou septic tank is the only successful solution to those,” said Yugi Subaki, Chairman of both Subaki International and Omega Ventures Lanka.

 


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