The subterra system is particularly suitable for tourism establishments in the dry mediterranean area and in tropical climates, since it can handle seasonally fluctuating quantities and the reeds can withstand dry periods lasting weeks.
The deployment of subterra is ideal here as the cleaned effluent can be used for irrigation and may save drinking water – and money. The running costs and the effort for maintenance are surprisingly low.
Besides economical and ecological advantages, subterra can be integrated perfectly into in the architecture of the garden or into the natural landscape.

Buchholzmühle, Saxony-Anhalt /    Germany

- Hotel with restaurant
- high fluctuation of the waste water
- 70 p.e.
- 210 sqm reed bed
- built in 1997

Alpha Beach Hotel, Rhodes / Greece

- Hotel with 400 beds and restaurant
- seasonal operation, closed in winter
- 500 p.e.
- 1000 sqm expanse spread over 7   reed beds very close to the rooms
- built in 2000

• Landhaus Elbufer, Güstorf /    Germany

- handicapped friendly hotel with   restaurant
- high fluctuations of waste water   summer/winter
- 70 p.e.
- 210 sqm
- built in 1998

PPPrincess Beach Resort, Phi Phi    Island / Thailand

- Hotel with 500 beds , 2 restaurants,   laundry
- seasonal fluctuation of waste water
- tropical climate with a marked rainy   season
- 767 p.e.
- 2000 sqm expanse spread over 8   reed beds
- built in 2001
- operates with GSM automatic control   system

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       Buchholzmühle, Saxony-Anhalt / Germany

       Alpha Beach Hotel, Rhodes / Greece

       Landhaus Elbufer, Güstorf / Germany

       PPPrincess Beach Resort, Phi Phi Island /        Thailand