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Granny gets an AES extension almost 4 years after original installation

Last week an Advanced Enviro-System that has been installed for 3 years and 9 months was excavated to allow the extension of the system to accommodate the construction of a Granny Flat on a rural property on the Sunshine Coast. It was our first opportunity in Australia to closely inspect an operational system and understand how [...]

By |March 31st, 2015|News|Comments Off on Granny gets an AES extension almost 4 years after original installation

Forgotten impacts on community health and the environment

Every year natural disasters wreak havoc on families and their communities through out Australia. As was the case Cyclone Marcia hit the small community of Byfield on the central Queensland Coast last month. Whilst we see the structural damage to buildings and hear a little of the health risks faced by residents, a very real [...]

By |March 25th, 2015|News|Comments Off on Forgotten impacts on community health and the environment

Sceptic septics are losing the war

Congratulations to Dave Presby and the Presby Environmental team as they proudly celebrate 20 years of providing consumers on 5 continents with the Advanced Enviro-Septic passive septic wastewater treatment solution. The ability to provide families with a cost effective passive treatment solution for their sewage, that not only protects their families health but also greatly [...]

By |March 18th, 2015|News|Comments Off on Sceptic septics are losing the war

We have enough complications and maintenance problems

Even large mining companies such as Freeport mining have to think about operational costs and the environmental impacts of their sewage system. The Advanced Enviro-Septic was chosen as the best solution to service ablution blocks at the mine. The high quality treatment, very low operational cost and simple passive process enabled Freeport to meet their [...]

By |March 10th, 2015|News|Comments Off on We have enough complications and maintenance problems

AES vs AWTS … “you decide!!”

This Advanced Enviro-Septic system (top picture below) is situated in the beautiful Amamoor National Park day use area. It’s not an uncommon sight to see visitors utilising the beautiful unfenced grassed area to play sports such as cricket, soccer or football.   Don’t compromise your property value , family’s health or wallet. Save money and [...]

By |March 3rd, 2015|News|Comments Off on AES vs AWTS … “you decide!!”

Queensland the 2nd Australian State to issue accreditation for the Advanced Enviro-Septic

Building Codes Queensland have issued the Advanced Enviro-Septic with Chief Executive Approval number 14/2014 for advanced secondary effluent quality.  CLICK HERE for the Building Codes Queensland link. For designers, this means you will no longer have to attach the Alternate Solution documentation, but instead treat it as a standard application. You will still need to [...]

By |December 23rd, 2014|News|Comments Off on Queensland the 2nd Australian State to issue accreditation for the Advanced Enviro-Septic

Can we do better “you bet!”

Ensuring good design and outcomes is very important to our goal of achieving long term, low cost application of the Advanced Enviro-Septic for consumers. Communication and engagement is a big part of our process. The first step in the process is the design and ensuring the plans and details provide a clear communication for Councils and [...]

By |November 11th, 2014|News|Comments Off on Can we do better “you bet!”

How clever is this?

Efforts to apply the technology developed by Bernard Foods back in 1964 to septic systems and wastewater systems have not been successful. Despite a concerted effort over six decades and listing any number of uses for their product they simply could not obtain NSF certification due to the fact that after their dehydration process there [...]

By |November 11th, 2014|News|Comments Off on How clever is this?

Simple Septic delivers for the poor! Secondary quality…electricity free

For millions of poor families the heath risk from poor sanitary practices are an everyday fact of life that includes drinking water contaminated with sewage, communicable disease outbreaks and life threatening septicemia infections. This situation was evident in our dealings in Laos, Myanmar (Burma) and the Pacific Island nations. Also very evident was the need [...]

By |November 4th, 2014|News|Comments Off on Simple Septic delivers for the poor! Secondary quality…electricity free

60,000 litre per day private sewage plant approved in Queensland

After 18 months and a great deal of effort the first private sewage plant in Australia using the Advanced Enviro-Septic has been approved for installation in Queensland. The first stage will be capable of treating 60,000 litres per day of raw sewage from coal seam gas accommodation camps using a 28m x 20m single bed, double layer [...]

By |November 4th, 2014|News|Comments Off on 60,000 litre per day private sewage plant approved in Queensland