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Hoot Systems Septic Tanks

HOOT aerobic systems are manufactured and distributed by Murphy Cormier General Contractors, located in Lake Charles, Louisiana. These systems are more complicated than basic septic tanks; even the most simple system available has four tanks and aims for water purification. The company has representatives across the southern United States, from Florida to California.

Company History


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HOOT Systems, LLC, operates in tandem with Murphy Cormier General Contractors. They both operate from the same address in Lake Charles and have the same contact information. Murphy Cormier has been operating since 1971. It has a staff of between 50 and 100 people. It has a staff of between 50 and 100 people, and earns about 5.1 million dollars a year.

How do HOOT systems work?

All HOOT systems use multiple chambers for the purpose of water purification. The first chamber holds incoming wastewater. The middle chambers are arranged differently in different models, but share common features. In one, oxygen is pumped into the water in order to promote bacterial growth that consumes organic waste material. Another chamber receives fluid from the aeration chamber and allows the cleaner water to rise. The water is then chlorinated and passed to a final section, from which it can be drained out.

Product Features

There are four different pre-designed models. The oldest and most basic is the Louisiana HOOT System. The LA HOOT system is similar, with slightly different proportions. It is billed as higher efficiency and comes with a two-year warranty.

The HOOT system has a more complicated design for its middle chambers, and is supported by a computer which continually evaluates the system's functioning. The company guarantees this system for three years. HOOT BNR has a similar design, but uses recirculation in order to eliminate nitrogen more effectively. Water discharged from the HOOT BNR meets federal standards for drinkability.

HOOT Systems, LLC, also creates larger systems for commercial clients on contract. These systems are intended for buildings generating more than 2000 gallons of waste per day.

Contact Information

Mailing address:
Hoot Aerobic Systems
2885 Highway 14 E.
Lake Charles, LA 70607

Phone: (337) 474-2804
Toll-free: (888) 878-HOOT


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