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MEDIA RELEASE - 6 October 2006

National Water Week is a great time to consider grey water recycling as a viable household option
This week is National Water Week (15-21 October) and with the current state of water restrictions in Australia, a great time to consider recycling as a viable option for Australian households

The Aqua Reviva treatment system can recycle as much as 40 percent of the household waste grey water and has been approved by the relevant State Health Departments. The recycled water can be used for a number of purposes around the home including surface garden irrigation and sprinklers, or in the home to flush toilets or use in the washing machine.

As the system constantly recycles grey water it can easily provide the home with a steady supply of water for everyday use, even in periods when there is minimal rain to replenish rain water tanks.

Andrew Pearce, CEO of New Water outlined the benefits of Aqua Reviva.

“Our grey water recycling system can be installed in both new and existing homes and is designed to be unobtrusive. Grey water from the bathroom and laundry can be treated and recycled equivalent to Class A standards for safe re-use around the home,” Mr Pearce said.

“Treated water from the Aqua Reviva can be stored for an unlimited period of time, unlike alternative diversion systems where the water must be used within 24 hours,” he said.

Information on the Aqua Reviva system is available at or call 1300 552 695 (1 300 NEW WATER).

Released for New Water by Dennis Rutzou Public Relations
For further information please call Dennis Rutzou or Fiona Pennington on (02) 9413 4244.

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