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Water Quality surpasses expectation for Girl Guides, Read How

Introduction and process The wastewater prior to the AES system undergoes primary treatment in a septic tank. The volume of the septic tank is required to be at least 3 x Daily Design Flow. This allows for the accumulation of settled solids and floating scum, while maintaining a minimum hydraulic retention time of at least [...]

By |March 12th, 2013|News|Comments Off on Water Quality surpasses expectation for Girl Guides, Read How

Pacific Island Plumbers Obtain Certification for AES

The Australia-Pacific Technical College (APTC), Samoa Campus provides plumbing training to Australian Standards. Recently Jeremiah and Randall attended Samoa at the invitation of APTC to provide training and certification of the Plumbers undertaking the APTC course. Plumbers from PNG, Fiji, Solomon Islands and Samoa displayed a high level of understanding of onsite waste management. Every [...]

By |March 11th, 2013|News|Comments Off on Pacific Island Plumbers Obtain Certification for AES

United Nations ( UN ) evaluate waste water treatment systems and choose Advance Enviro-septic

In June this year we fielded an enquiry for a Hospital to be constructed on the Soloman Islands. The project was the construction of a prefabricated Hospital that can be constructed in under developed countries with little or no infrastructure or resources. The Hospital will be constructed to serve the health needs of the indigenous [...]

By |November 1st, 2012|News|Comments Off on United Nations ( UN ) evaluate waste water treatment systems and choose Advance Enviro-septic

GIRL GUIDES COME UP CLEAN. PASSIVELY

After almost 5 years of trying to resolve the effluent discharge from the Kindilan Outdoor Recreation Centre, (that accommodates over 98,000 camp over nights every year) The Queensland Girl Guides chose a passive sewerage treatment system, which was affordable now and with very low service and maintenance costs going forward. The more they can save, [...]

By |November 1st, 2012|News|Comments Off on GIRL GUIDES COME UP CLEAN. PASSIVELY

$50,000 GRANT for GIRL GUIDES AES

The Redland Shire Council have provided a grant of $50,000 to assist the Girls Guides to install an Advanced Enviro-septic system at their Kindilan Outdoor Recreation Centre. Each year the centre caters for over 14,000 girl guides. It is a great community facility which wanted to bring their effluent treatment system to a better standard [...]

By |October 15th, 2012|News|Comments Off on $50,000 GRANT for GIRL GUIDES AES

Advanced Enviro-Septic system installed under concrete tennis court

Gympie Regional Council needed a solution for the disposal of effluent from the Woolooga Community hall. The hall is located on a steep site that slopes from the footpath to a watercourse directly behind the hall. With no suitable land application area available behind the hall, a design was prepared whereby the effluent is pumped [...]

By |October 15th, 2012|News|Comments Off on Advanced Enviro-Septic system installed under concrete tennis court

New Zealand Approval for Advanced Enviro-Septic

Advanced Enviro-septic has been granted it’s 1st Approval for installation in New Zealand by Tasman District Council this week. The application was submitted by Dick Lamb & Hazel Pearson of Waterwork.co.nz at 14 Onekaka Iron Works Rd, RD 2, Takaka 7182, with the installation to be carried out in the coming weeks. The protocol for [...]

By |October 15th, 2012|News|Comments Off on New Zealand Approval for Advanced Enviro-Septic

Advanced Enviro-Septic Audit Testing Results

In order to address poor effluent quality being produced by onsite waste water systems and the impact in the environment and community health outcomes in Canada, a regulatory frame work was put in place by BNQ ( Similar to SAI Global in Australia) to audit systems annually. If a manufacturers system fails the Audit process, [...]

By |October 15th, 2012|News|Comments Off on Advanced Enviro-Septic Audit Testing Results

SAFER SEPTIC SOLUTION

NEW technology is set to improve environmental outcomes dramatically for the Sunshine Coast’s 38,000 septic systems. Failing septic systems are an environmental timebomb across Australia, already degrading water quality in many creeks and rivers. Studies have shown leaching from poorly maintained septic systems to be a significant contributor. The most recent council audit found 7000 of the 38,000 onsite wastewater treatment systems here were failing.

ADVANCED ENVIRO-SEPTIC (AES)

ACHIEVES ADVANCED SECONDARY VALIDATION FROM SAI GLOBAL AND ALTERNATE SOLUTION APPROVAL BY COUNCILS It is now just over a month since the AES was presented to the Principal Plumbing Inspectors meeting in Gympie. We have now conducted presentation and certification to 12 local Authorities and conducted training and certification for over 100 plumbers and designers [...]