Think about how much water you use each day. Chances are, much of the water you use in the house and garden is potable (drinkable), but do we use it in that way? The answer is simply, no. We are wasting our drinking water.
You may have read articles or experienced water shortages. You may make an effort to take shorter showers or turn off the water while brushing your teeth. Thank you for that. Every effort helps. To make an even larger impact, how about reusing waste water?
By using waste water as a resource rather than a waste product you can:
- reduce water bills
- use fewer water resources
- irrigate the garden during drought or water restrictions
- cut down the amount of pollution going into waterways
- help save money on new infrastructure for water supplies and wastewater treatment
- decrease demand on infrastructure for sewage transport, treatment and disposal, allowing it to work better and last longer.
The Ri-Treat Waste Water Treatment System separates and digests solid wastes and uses natural processes to purify waste water. This odourless, clean, disinfected water is then recycled through garden sprinklers. To learn how this system works, please follow this link to the Ri Industries website or call us at 08 8444 8100.