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We offer a full range of options to provide you with a system that is custom designed for your site and usage.

We use the latest scientific methods to evaluate your property, to determine what system is needed to work properly, and to meet the state and local regulations.

Septic System Inspections:

Protect yourself when buying or selling a new home. Green's can pump and inspect your septic system to determine if repairs, upgrades or replacements are needed. We are proud member of ORRA, CFRI, and NARPM, whose members understand the importance of a septic system inspection.

Our master contractor has the experience and training to identify those hard to check problems.

Contractor Service:

To assure you get your system repaired quickly, our master septic tank contractor can check the soil and site conditions of your property. Then he can give you detailed specifications on what is needed before you spend money.  

Since they have the privilege of writing the permit specifications our registered master septic tank contractor can avoid any costly delays in permitting.

Call us today for a efficient and reliable fix:

(407) 673-8700

At Green's Environmental we use the latest drainfield technology to overcome the limitations of your site.

We also use small, lightweight excavation equipment when necessary to minimize repair disturbance to your property.



These bundles of corrugated pipe are also an alternative to traditional gravel drainfields and offer the following added benefits: No clogging of the soil from the dusty materials found in traditional gravel trench systems, has the lowest height profile making it ideal for reducing the height of mounded systems, and fits in a smaller space than traditional gravel drainfields making it possible to minimize the excavation in your yard.


Pipe Bundles


Pipe Bundles

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The Aquaworx Remediator improves the performance of a biologically clogged failing septic system by enhancing the natural treatment process. The unit works by introducing oxygen and bacteria which work together to reverse the clogging process. Under normal operation, a septic system will build up a biological slime (biomat) inhibiting the soils natural ability to absorb water. A healthy population of oxygen rich bacteria consumes the slime that has built up over time.

The Aquaworx Remediator creates an ideal environment for this process to take place. Oxygen is added to the system by a small air pump. The unit serves as a medium through which wastewater can circulate and come in contact with the oxygen rich bacteria. Along with the addition of oxygen the Aquaworx Remediator has a bacterial catalyst inserted into the center of the unit to kick off the remediation process. The bacterial catalyst is a proprietary blend of facultative aerobic bacteria that accelerate the consumption of clogging matter. The oxygen rich wastewater first works to consume the waste materials built up in the tank and then moves out to the drainfield where it continues to consume the wastes there. It is expected that under normal conditions a homeowner will begin to see improvement in their septic system within the first couple of weeks.

In addition, Remediator has the following benefits: Eliminates the need for a complete drainfield replacement and the resulting landscape damage caused by heavy equipment, performance problems associated with a failing septic system such as odors and wet areas in the yard are eliminated in as little as two weeks, environmental solution that strengthens the natural process of wastewater treatment and groundwater recharge, easy installation with no heavy equipment allows for minimal disruption to yard landscaping, and permanent solution that requires minimal cost to operate and maintain.

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Keep your system in top working condition to avoid backups. Aerobic Treatment Units (ATUs), Media Filters, and commercial systems  all require operating permits from the Department of Health to be used in Florida. To obtain one, a maintenance entity agreement with a company such as Green's is required.

We offer a full range of permitting and maintenance services to assure you stay in compliance with requirements. Even an ordinary septic system needs to be serviced every three to five years to prevent problems. In addition, advanced treatment units from Green's offer the following benefits: One-stop permitting, we can obtain both your construction and operating permits for you, our master contractor oversees the maintenance and servicing of these high-tech systems.

Don't risk the failure of your high tech system in the hands of an ordinary contractor, we also provide in-house pumpout service when needed, we are available 24 hours a day should you have problems with your system, and regular maintenance puts off the need for repairs costing thousands.

Informational Links:

Learn more about septic systems, state laws, approved state contractors listing by clicking on the links below.

Florida Regulatory Program

These chambers are an alternative to the traditional gravel drainfields that we also install and offer the following added benefits: No clogging of the soil from the dusty materials found in gravel trench systems, can support up to 16,000 pounds of accidental loads (never drive on your drainfield if you can avoid it), fits in a smaller space than traditional gravel drainfields making it possible to minimize the excavation in your yard. Made from greater than 90 percent recycled materials.

Infiltrator Quick 4 Chambers

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The following picture shows how a typical septic systems works. Wastewater leaves the house through the plumbing and enters the septic tank. The septic tank settles the solid materials to the bottom and the oils and greases float to the top. The partly treated wastewater in the middle of the tank exits the tank through piping and enters the drainfield. As the wastewater spreads through the drainfield, it is absorbed into the soil where microbes and chemical reactions treat the wastewater. Studies have shown that at least 84 percent of the wastewater winds up back in our groundwater after treatment.


Orlando Client Testimonial



Enclosed is the check for the septic drain field you had installed for us.

I very much appreciated your concern for getting the job done right, and your genuine friendliness made it a pleasure to do business with you.

Your crew was knowledgeable and efficient, and they could not have been more helpful in dealing effectively with the little glitches that came up.

I am very satisfied with the quality of the work and the value. I will be recommending your firm to my friends.

Thanks again.


Karen T.


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