Understanding the Innovative Solutions Provided by Daiki Axis in Wastewater Treatment

Johkasou translates to English as 'Purification tank.'

As a fully owned subsidiary of Daiki Japan, we offer authentic Johkasou Japanese technology for domestic and industrial wastewater treatment.

The Japanese government has approved Johkasou products and extensively deployed them across Japan as part of their policy. In fact, more than 26% of sewage in Japan is treated through Johkasou systems. With over 8 million Johkasous in Japan and millions more worldwide, Johkasou technology has significantly impacted wastewater treatment globally.

History of Johkasou

The demand for flush toilets experienced a significant rise from the mid-1950s to the early 1970s. To address this demand, a Japanese Industrial Standard was established in 1960 to determine the capacity of Johkasou. Then, in 1969, the Structural Standards for Johkasou were enacted, resulting in an equal number of users for both sewerage and Johkasou systems.

During the 1980s, the Johkasou system emerged as an effective measure to promote flush toilets. In the 1970s, a small-scale Gappei-Shori Johkasou was developed and later transformed into a commercial product, all thanks to the innovative Johksou manufacturers. As a result, treating domestic wastewater from individual households and multiple dwelling houses using Johkasou has become a reality today.

The evolution of Johkasou from its inception in response to the surge in flush toilet demand to its current state as a versatile solution for wastewater treatment showcases its impact on sanitation and infrastructure development. With continued advancements in technology, Johkasou plays a vital role in ensuring cleaner and healthier environments for communities worldwide.

Why Johkasou?

Johkasou, also known as "package treatment plants" or "onsite wastewater treatment systems," can be a great solution for wastewater management for several reasons:


Johkasou systems are generally more affordable compared to centralized wastewater treatment plants.


Johkasou systems can be used in various settings, including residential homes, commercial buildings, and remote areas.

Environmental benefits:

These systems employ advanced treatment technologies that effectively remove pollutants and contaminants from wastewater.

Energy efficiency:

Johkasou systems are designed to be energy-efficient, with low power consumption.

Reliability and maintenance:

These systems are designed to be reliable and require minimal maintenance

Flexibility in installation:

Johkasou systems can be installed in areas where conventional sewer systems are not feasible, such as areas with high groundwater levels or limited space.

Water conservation:

Johkasou systems often include features like water recycling and reuse options.

Odor control:

These systems are designed to minimize odors associated with wastewater treatment. They incorporate odor control mechanisms.

Quick installation and scalability:

Johkasou systems can be installed relatively quickly compared to centralized treatment plants.

Compliance with regulations:

Johkasou systems are designed to meet or exceed local regulations and standards for wastewater treatment.

Reducing strain on centralized infrastructure:

This can be particularly advantageous in areas with limited infrastructure capacity or in situations where the existing infrastructure is aging or in need of repair.

Long lifespan:

Johkasou systems are built to last, with durable materials and components. With proper maintenance and regular servicing, these systems can have a long lifespan.


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