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PNG Medical Centre goes passive

Work has commenced on the Kwikila Health Centre in Central Provence in PNG. The project was designed by Sydney firm BOSS Architecture.  The brief and the design were to provide a wastewater treatment system that provided the highest quality treatment outcomes with the lowest ongoing cost. A complex mechanical device would ultimately require replacement parts [...]

By |April 17th, 2014|News|Comments Off on PNG Medical Centre goes passive

Queensland Caravan Park given a passive lease of life

The budget of a Queensland Council has realised huge savings after the Council installed a new ADVANCED ENVIRO-SEPTIC in one of their caravan parks. Closing down the park was not an option nor was the $180,000 price tag quoted in 2013 or the $780,000 quoted in 2007 so the chosen solution to keep cost manageable [...]

By |April 17th, 2014|News|Comments Off on Queensland Caravan Park given a passive lease of life

How Is This Possible

It is obvious from the photo, that clear well detailed drawings were not available for this work ??? or the individual doing the work could not read them. Whatever the reason, it will help you understand our desire to provide plumbers and Councils with clear detailed design drawings for AES designs. Professional drawings are as [...]

By |February 27th, 2014|News|Comments Off on How Is This Possible

$10,000 saved converting an On-site Sewerage System to a passive AES.

Growing desperation by Domestic and Commercial owners of sewerage treatment plants is resulting in a rapid increase in enquiries about the ability to convert existing systems. IE – Econova, Ozzi Kleen or Biolytic’s etc. to Advanced Enviro-septic. It is driven by 2 aspects. The cost being quoted between $18,000 and $20,000 to replace a failing [...]

By |February 24th, 2014|News|Comments Off on $10,000 saved converting an On-site Sewerage System to a passive AES.

1000th AES installation in Australia in the 1st Quarter 2014

We expect to realise our 1000th AES installation in Australia in the 1st Quarter 2014. In the 12 months following the 1000 installation we will conservatively save Australian families over $1.2million dollars. Thanks to the AES system installed to date we estimate the savings already made by Queensland families at $700,000 dollars. This has occurred, [...]

By |January 20th, 2014|News|Comments Off on 1000th AES installation in Australia in the 1st Quarter 2014

Fantastic 2014 ahead after a great 2013

The increasing cost of operation for conventional sewerage systems continues to drive interest in our passive sewerage treatment process. In Australia the dramatic increases in the cost of electricity is promoting an increased demand for information and understanding of passive benefits at domestic and commercial levels. Photo proving Sewerage can be treated with out the [...]

By |January 20th, 2014|News|Comments Off on Fantastic 2014 ahead after a great 2013

Tasmanian Support on the ground

We continue to develop our support structure for Designers, Plumbers and Consumers in Tasmania by engaging the services of Paul Champ from Building and Constructions Products Australia’s. Paul’s role will be to provide in field installation support and backup including sourcing sand, providing information to designers, introducing plumbers to AES and assisting consumers with his [...]

By |November 28th, 2013|News|Comments Off on Tasmanian Support on the ground

AES by the numbers

We recently passed our 2-year anniversary of AES installations in Queensland and thought it would be a good opportunity to share the numbers with you. Approximate compared to AWTS costs Total Systems installed 705 Servicing costs saved every 3 months $49,350 Every Year $197,400 Electricity savings - est. $300 per annum $210,000 Repairs an maintenance [...]

By |November 28th, 2013|News|Comments Off on AES by the numbers

New AES Team Member

We are pleased to advise that Kane Dickson has joined the AES team. Kanes background is in wastewater having spent 2 years as an Onsite Waste Water Service Technician. In addition to this experience Kane also installed his 1st AEs in December 2012. In the past month he has worked on the installation of several [...]

By |October 24th, 2013|News|Comments Off on New AES Team Member

Fraudulent use of a Licenced Plumbers Name and BSA number.

Last week we confronted the disappointing reality that our process as robust as it is, is not as good as it could be. The situation that we encountered was the result of a builder completing our online certification course, fraudulently entering the name of his licenced plumber and the plumbers QBSA licence number. He then [...]

By |September 23rd, 2013|News|Comments Off on Fraudulent use of a Licenced Plumbers Name and BSA number.