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Southern Field Days, Kirwee – AES Stand, March 2019
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P1030780 emailSouthern Field Days, Waimumu Feb 2016. L-R Nathan Hoyle, Laser Plumbing Gore; Dick Lamb & Hazel Pearson from Environment Technology and Rhys Harvey from Harvey Tanks. Together they provided the Southern Field Day’s office with an AES (Advanced Enviro-Septic) onsite wastewater treatment system. Designed and installed by Nathan Hoyle, the system is equivalent in size to that for a 3-4 bedroom dwelling. In the soils of Waimumu the AES bed covers only 25m2. Comments Nathan: “AES works in every situation. It’s easy to design & install and with no moving parts, the best thing is we don’t have to keep going back to service them.”


In June 2015 Environment Technology attended the Fieldays at Mystery Creek in the Pavillion stand

Wanaka Township Treatment PlantAttendees of the Land Treatment Collective Conference in Wanaka were treated to a field trip to the Wanaka Township Wastewater Treatment Plant.



quiz night HazelEnvironment Technology staffer Hazel Clemens at the Land Treatment Collective quiz night where her team (inspired by Rawhide) came joint first.  Hazel is on the right of Harold Barnett from Horizons (in the brown cowboy hat).


Nasa BallonEnvironment Technology were in Wanaka for the Land Treatment Collective Conference in March when NASA launched their Super Pressure Balloon

The following is interesting because it outlines the importance of onsite wastewater treatment systems which recharge aquifers and which are gaining in popularity water resources become increasingly important.

“NOWRA Past President Tom Fritts testified on NOWRA’s behalf before Congress March 18. He spoke in support of greater funding and more Environment Protection Agency staff support for the onsite industry. His testimony was before a subcommittee of the House Appropriations Committee which determines EPA’s budget. Watch aYouTube version of his testimony here.  Read the written testimony (more detailed) here.

Queensland has become the second state after Tasmania to accept Advanced Enviro-Septic (AES) as an accepted Advanced Secondary system see more

Deliveries to South Island Installations – October 2014

With so many jobs being installed down south, Dick Lamb decided to deliver the components himself!

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Home Show Nelson
September 2013

Hazel Pearson & Dick Lamb of Environment Technology at the Nelson Home & Garden Show

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Go Green Show Wellington
October 2013

Hazel Pearson at the Go Green Wellington expo.

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