Our Recent Effluent Projects
New Zealand Subdivisions
- Ocean Beach – Stage 1 Networked community effluent management system for
- Pourerere Beach – 8 networked on-site wastewater treatment plants to common
effluent distribution areas.
- River Lodges, Tukituki Road, Hawke’s Bay. 10 networked lodges and conference
- Mahanga Beach – Low pressure sewerage and water reticulation – Potential
83 beach homes.
- East Clive, Hawke’s Bay - Community upgrade. Pressurised sewage reticulation
to community treatment plant – 30 homes.
This was an existing community being serviced by conventional septic
tanks. High tidal water tables meant that cumulative effect on ground water
significant. The size of sections, flat topography along with the high
water table ruled out both “on-site” and conventional gravity reticulation
of sewage. Therefore a pressurised sewerage system was a very successful
Small bore high density PE mains were directionally drilled in
community berms to receive sewage from Hydro-grind sewage pumps housed
in FlowKing™ Polyethylene pump stations. This was a very successful and unobtrusive
solution to a serious community problem. It was:
- cost effective
- site specific
- simple to install and maintain.
- 170 secondary on-site effluent management systems
- 220 low pressure effluent distribution (LPED or LPP) domestic systems (utilising “powerless” FlowKing™ dosing siphons or pumps).
- Numerous conventional septic tank systems
Commercial Systems including Restaurants and Cafés
- Te Awa Winery, Hawke’s Bay
- Clifton Bay Café, Te Awanga, Hawke’s Bay
- Lawson’s Organic Farms, Hawke’s Bay
- Stoney Creek Ranch, Hawke’s Bay
- Guthrie Smith Outdoor Centre, Tutira, Hawke’s Bay
- Castellia Winery, Hawke’s Bay
- Mulberry Café, Te Aute, Hawke’s Bay
- Black Barn Bistro, Havelock North, Hawke’s Bay
- Black Barn Market & Homestay, Havelock North, Hawke’s Bay
- Department of Conservation huts on the Heaphy Track, Marlborough – (design
and supply of components)
- Powerless effluent management system for the Hokotehi Moriori Trust Marae
complex, Chatham Islands, New Zealand. The only power in the Chatham Islands is diesel generated and expensive. The powerless
FlowKing™ option was an outstandingly successful option for this project
- Supply of FlowKing™ dosing siphons to Leigh Davison of Southern Cross University
to “control dose reed bed and wetland systems”.
- Supply of FlowKing™ dosing siphons to Watchtower,
Auckland for Philippines project.