7 September 2012
A leading pre-cast concrete manufacturer in South Australia has recently had their on-site domestic waste water treatment systems awarded with SAI Global certification.
Following a lengthy and rigorous certification process, their Ri-Treat waste water treatment systems have been awarded the SAI Global StandardsMark in Australia, indicating the high quality of recycled water produced by these innovative systems.
The certifications apply to all models of their domestic Ri-Treat tanks suitable for 6 – 9 people.
Graham Garvie, Managing Director of Ri-Industries said, “This additional tick of approval from SAI Global confirms that our Ri-Treat systems really are the market leader in terms of quality: something our customers have been telling us for years. Our customers now have additional peace of mind that their recycled water really is the highest quality which they can reuse in their garden with the utmost confidence.”
The Ri-Treat system separates and digests household waste from the toilet, bathroom, kitchen and laundry, and uses natural processes to purify wastewater. This odourless, clean, disinfected water is then recycled through garden sprinklers. Achieving the SAI Global StandardsMark means that the recycled water achieves the Australian and New Zealand standard for quality. Ri-Industries is one of only two companies in South Australia with the certification.
Due to its environmental benefits, the Ri-Treat waste water treatment system was also selected by the Master Builder Association for their ‘Green Living Home’ in Blackwood Park: South Australia’s first 8 star energy-rated home.