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Rhizopod™ NT Government Department of Health approval

March 7, 2019 / New projects/Water Treatment & Technologies - Arris Pty Ltd

  Arris Water are pleased to announce that we have achieved product approval from the Northern Territory Government Department of Health for our Rhizopod™  ‘no-release’ evapotranspiration system. The Rhizopod™ system is used to disperse onsite and decentralised treated wastewater into the atmosphere. It can be configured to have a limited discharge to a subsurface land […]

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Arris compliance testing facility completed

Arris has completed construction work on a compliance testing facility for the new Australian Standard for on-site domestic wastewater treatment units (AS 1546.3:2017 STS), located at the Hahndorf wastewater treatment plant in South Australia. We are now undergoing final stage testing and calibrations and have also taken delivery of the first few Secondary Treatment Systems […]

Arris Water is pleased to announce our collaborative alliance with Acacia Waste Management Solutions.

March 14, 2017 / Water Treatment & Technologies - Bruno Carrocci

Acacia Waste Management Solutions Pty Ltd (AWMS) was founded by Dr Kartik Venkatraman to cater for waste management and planning requirements. Specialising in tailor-made solutions to waste and environmental issues, AWMS aims to mitigate these issues, enhance resource recovery and diversion of waste from landfill, through improved analysis, planning, technology and social awareness. Dr Venkatraman […]

Domestic Ozone R&D

June 1, 2016 / New projects/Water Treatment & Technologies - Bruno Carrocci

Arris to conduct research and development of domestic ozone generation. Laundry detergents may contain a number of chemicals that can be harmful to the environment such as phosphorus, sodium, and benzophenone-2. When discharged as wastewater these chemicals can cause pollution and environmental harm in soils and waterways. Arris, through our ozone research and development program has […]

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.    

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