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It’s always nice to see how a site is going years after installation

May 16, 2016 / Water Treatment & Technologies - Bruno Carrocci

This Wisconsin Mound at a South Australian community sports ground looks fantastic and is working to perfection. It has very low operational costs and minimal maintenance requirements. Congratulations to Tim Woods for exceptional work.    

Reuse of urban recycled water in agriculture

Arris Pty Ltd (www.arris.com.au) has been successful in obtaining a consultancy with the USA WateReuse Research Foundation to contribute to a world-wide study on the state of reuse of urban recycled water in agriculture.  The team leader is Dr Bahman Sheikh of San Francisco, whilst Ted Gardner and Jim Kelly of Arris will be delivering […]

New Rhizopod® Installation

March 9, 2016 / New projects/Water Treatment & Technologies - Bruno Carrocci

In early 2015 Arris won the tender to install a new wastewater treatment and dispersal system at the Keppel Sands Caravan Park, owned by the Livingstone Shire Council. As a modification to the holding tank system previously used at the Caravan Park, we designed and installed a Rhizopod® no release system. This enabled us to reuse all […]

Arris announce alliance partner in Victoria

February 3, 2016 / New projects/Water Treatment & Technologies - Bruno Carrocci

Arris is pleased to announce our new Alliance Partner in Victoria, Ballan Plumbing. Ballan Plumbing is a well-established plumbing business with a keen focus on on-site and decentralised water and wastewater solutions. Together we will be working on introducing the Rhizopod® and other Arris products into the Victorian market. Using local suppliers and world’s best […]

Bamboo thriving after being uprooted by cyclone

February 1, 2016 / Water Treatment & Technologies - Bruno Carrocci

In early 2015 Cyclone Marcia toppled over a control clump of bamboo that was planted next to the original Rhizopod installed in 1998. However, the bamboo planted in the Rhizopod system went through the cyclone unscathed. The bamboo clump that fell over was given a very significant trim loaded onto a truck at transported to […]

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