Mining, fire and other man camps, typically located in remote areas, require wastewater treatment systems designed to operate properly during lengthy periods with no flow as well as during times of high peak flows when the camp’s population is at maximum capacity. Project managers for man camps desire package wastewater treatment plants that arrive completely assembled and are able to be installed without the assistance of heavy equipment and large construction crews. Cloacina’s line of portable package wastewater treatment plants was designed specifically to treat concentrated loading in drastically changing levels of influent flows. Units can be installed in remote areas and can be relocated when the project is finished or the encampment moves from one site to another. Cloacina’s man camp models come fully-assembled and can be installed with minimal equipment and manpower. Treated effluent can be reclaimed for irrigation and sanitation purposes or is suitable for land-applied ultimate disposal.