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Respite Relief on the Gold Coast

A Queensland Disability Service Respite centre at Nerang on the Gold Coast was spending an unacceptable amount of money on their continually failing on-site mechanical sewage plant. Servicing and operational cost were out of control and the system was still constantly failing, with the internal control panel alarm becoming a real aggravation to the residents [...]

By |October 28th, 2014|News|Comments Off on Respite Relief on the Gold Coast

Advanced Enviro-Septic underway in NSW

With our support process and support structure working well in Tasmania we have been able to focus our efforts to assist consumers in NSW work through the process of obtaining approval for the Advanced Enviro-Septic. The last 2 weeks have realised approvals from 2 Local Authorities. NSW is similar to Queensland in the process that [...]

By |October 24th, 2014|News|Comments Off on Advanced Enviro-Septic underway in NSW

Blue Care Advanced Enviro-Septic facility now 3 years old

This 4,000 litre per day Advanced Enviro-septic was installed 3 years ago at a Blue Care respite centre in Gympie, Queensland. The installation was designed by Lance Picton of Biowater designs in cat 6 heavy clay with additional soil improvements as per Australian Standards : AS 1547.  The additional improvement over excavation with a tooth [...]

By |October 24th, 2014|News|Comments Off on Blue Care Advanced Enviro-Septic facility now 3 years old

Don’t get mad…get an “Advanced Enviro-Septic”

"Ozzi Kleen conversion for a better consumer outcome" Homeowners who rely on an Aerated Wastewater Treatment System, become upset with the ongoing maintenance and costs associated with treatment plants. Especially when they get an unexpected $1,000 bill for the replacement of a major component. A common line heard by service technicians throughout Australia is…. “I’d [...]

By |October 20th, 2014|News|Comments Off on Don’t get mad…get an “Advanced Enviro-Septic”

Correct Septic Venting = No odours! A simple guide to eliminate odour issues

The bacteria active in a septic tank are anaerobic. Anaerobic means the bacteria operate without oxygen from the air. The result of their anaerobic activity generates odours, the most common of which is hydrogen sulfide gas. The odour from hydrogen sulfide is like the odour of rotten eggs...not too pleasant! There is not a great [...]

By |October 20th, 2014|News|Comments Off on Correct Septic Venting = No odours! A simple guide to eliminate odour issues

Queensland National Parks Vandal Proof Vents

Sadly more often than not, facilities provided by National Parks that enable all members of our community to enjoy the experience offered our wonderful natural environment, is impacted by idiots. We recently received a request from National Parks for a vandal proof low vent for our AES systems. With dozens of National Park sites now [...]

By |October 13th, 2014|News|Comments Off on Queensland National Parks Vandal Proof Vents

Environment Technology well and truly on the road with AES

The team at Environmental Technology are really kicking some goals with the distribution of Advanced Enviro-Septic in New Zealand. They are receiving a constant flow of new designers and installers completing the AES certification. This is realising a variety of new designs and AES calculators being submitted to Design Review for checking. These designs are all [...]

By |October 13th, 2014|News|Comments Off on Environment Technology well and truly on the road with AES

How to Prepare a Basal Area

Australian Standards 1546:2000 & 20012 provide a table for the calculation of the basal area (where the treated water contacts the natural soil) using the daily loading rate and the capacity of the soil to absorb water. In order for the soil to receive the water its structure must be open. This applies to all [...]

By |September 25th, 2014|News|Comments Off on How to Prepare a Basal Area

Sunshine in Tassie, we were pleased, until it snowed!

Both Randall and Kane from our office visited Tasmania last week where we caught up with Paul Champ, our field officer in Tassie and several Designers. We also had an enjoyable presentation and discussion with team members from Meander Valley Council, Latrobe Council, Kentish Council and Northern Midland Council at the Meander Valley Council Chambers. [...]

By |September 24th, 2014|News|Comments Off on Sunshine in Tassie, we were pleased, until it snowed!

Fourex Island

Without a doubt, the plumber that installed the Advanced Enviro-Septic on Fourex Island would have had to overcome terrible and I am sure insurmountable problems during this installation.  “Putting the fishing line down and keeping his men at work”. Notice the fish hanging from the corner of the bar on the right hand side of the [...]

By |August 25th, 2014|News|Comments Off on Fourex Island