After almost two decades of success with the invention of the unique Ozzi Kleen non-septic sewage treatment systems, the team at Suncoast Waste Water Management have developed the greywater treatment system GTS10. The Ozzi Kleen greywater treatment system GTS10 has been developed for the urban community to re-use and recycle their greywater, which has previously been lost down the sewer.
This Sunshine Coast manufacturer has a strong focus on research and development of new and improved water recycling products, and Ozzi Kleen Greywater Treatment System GST10 is an initiative that now affords residents of the Sunshine Coast, and the rest of Australia, the opportunity to take water recycling in their home to the next level. This greywater recycling system is completely approved to safely recycle greywater back through toilets and washing machines, and water gardens and lawns.
With a key focus on sustainability in today’s society, the greywater treatment system is a key part of achieving sustainable water management in domestic households and commercial applications.
GST10 greywater recycling systems offer an innovative approach to urban water management as they enable the community, one household at a time, to reduce their mains water consumption by recycling water from laundries, hand basins, showers and baths.
The Ozzi Kleen GTS10 Greywater recycling plant no only diverts household greywater, it actually treats the water turning disinfectants and bleaches into harmless compounds. These wastewater recycling systems has been fully approved and the water is safe to re-use on gardens or back through washing machines or for flushing toilets.
- South East Queensland residents, who are connected to municipal sewerage, now have the opportunity to reuse and recycle household greywater that was previously lost down the sewer.
- Treating Greywater removes the risks involved with diverting untreated greywater, including the risks of running fabric softeners and soaps directly into the environment.
- Recycling in any form has strong positive environmental and community outcomes and water harvesting and recycling is now more important than ever.