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Benefits of recycled water

There are many benefits of recycling water for both homeowners and businesses. Not only does it mean you can reduce your water usage bill, but it also means you are contributing to a more sustainable future. All of the water you reuse equates to fresh drinking water you are saving.

What you can use recycled for?

The class A+ water can be used for:

  • Toilet flushing
  • Garden Watering
  • Car washing
  • Wash down
  • Open space irrigation and
  • Cold water supply to washing machines

Drinking water will also be supplied in your bathroom and kitchen for washing and cook. Outside drinking water will be supplied to use for drinking water for your animals or if you have a pool or spa the water to fill those items.

What not to do with recycled water?

Recycled water CANNOT be used for:

  • Human consumption
  • Bathing
  • Household cleaning
  • Cooking or other kitchen purposes
  • Swimming pools and spas
  • Evaporative cooling systems/coolers
  • Children’s water toys

If you have a potential use that is not listed, please contact Solo Water first so we can determine if it is safe or not.

Items that you should not put down the sewer

What items must NOT be flushed down your household drains?

It is very important that the following items are NOT flushed down any of your household drains (sinks, toilets, showers, baths etc.) and into the sewerage system, whether conventional or pressure:

  • Glass
  • Metal ornamental filings
  • Seafood shells
  • Goldfish stones
  • Nappies, socks, rags or clothes
  • Plastic objects
  • Sanitary napkins or tampons
  • Kitty litter
  • Explosives
  • Flammable materials
  • Lubricating oil and/or grease
  • Strong chemicals
  • Gasoline
  • Diesoline
  • Rainwater

The customer may be responsible for meeting the cost of repairs if any of the above items enter the storage tank causing the pumping unit to fail. Please call Solo Water on 1300 7656 98. If you are unsure about what items can go into the pressure sewer system.

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If you would like to learn more about how Solo Water has helped many other
Australians access viable water resources, contact us today on 1300 7656 98.