NZ Plumber Sept 2018: Passing OSET-NTP with flying colours

NZPlumber OSET-NTP results

NZ Plumber Jan 2018: Crushed Glass as System Sand

Crushed Glass as System Sand

NZ Plumber Jan 2018: Orua Bay Motor Camp

NZPlumber article - Orua Bay Motor Camp AES Installation

Builders & Contractors March 2017

Builders and Contractors Article - Low Cost, Easy to Install Wastewater System

WaterNZ July 2016

NZ Water article on AES - A Back to the Future Solution

NZ Plumber May 2016: Cover Article

NZPlumber article on AES Wastewater Treatment System

Wairoa Star May 2015 – DOC

Wairoa Star - DOC Installation

Water New Zealand – September 2015

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Waste Not, Want Not Treatment Solutions. As water resources become increasingly important,  the use of onsite wastewater treatment systems that recharge aquifers are gaining in popularity worldwide and new technology is making these more effective … read more


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A pressure-compensated dripper-line being installed by mole plough 100mm deep in an orchard  In this case, the drip specification is drippers on the purple pipe at 0.6m centred and rated 3.5 litres/hour each…read more



To achieve the advanced secondary treatment in an AES Bed, it is necessary to create and maintain aerobic conditions that provide the habitat in which the aerobic bacteria thrive … read more



Climate can also be a contributing site factor, with high rainfall in particular, potentially affecting how a wastewater system performs.  On the other hand, in area with dry climates, re-use of the effluent for irrigation may be a preference  … read more


Building Innovations – Spring 2014


The straightforward option for wastewater treatment – easy to consent, install and maintain.  “It’s a pleasure to offwer a system that works for everyone” … read more



NZ Plumber – April / May 2014
New Zealand Plumber – April/May 2014

New way for wastewater.  A passive onsite wastewater treatment system that’s new to New Zealand, has recently been installed aty a Golden Bay property … read more





Getting through the Pakahi soil and iron pan took a little effort … read more 



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