Unlike most systems which depend on filters or membranes and often get clogged, our patent pending technology combines physical, biological, and chemical methods to achieve non-potable water reuse quality compiling with health safety standards
The treatment technology comprises of 5 stages:
1. An equalization tank with, fat-oil-grease removal
2. Anaerobic microbial biofilm reactor (AnBR)
3. Aerobic microbial biofilm reactor (ABR)
4. Rapid screen filter (RSF)
The treatment system is designed to be modular to ensure convenience in transportation, assembly and retrofitting at sites either underground, in the basement, or on rooftops through a simple change in plumbing.Download Brochure
Water recycled using our systems till date 3,60,000 Litres.
When a software engineer approached us with his needs for treated water, we proposed Reflush 500-Chrome model for his daily needs. Today the whole family is using the treated water for flushing, floor and solar panel cleaning requirements.
To recycle 800 Litres per day of greywater, the homeowner requested for our Reflush Customized -Chrome model at his rooftop. They involved us at the early stages of house construction and requested our help in setting up dual plumbing to ensure maximum usage of treated water, they have been using recycled water for toilet flushing, gardening, and car cleaning.
A family of 4 wanted Reflush 500-Techne model at the compound area at ground level. Today, all their flushing and gardening needs are being fulfilled with recycled water.
The technology and design is impressive and well thought out for a residence, as it required absolutely no maintenance from the residents. It is fully automatic, with sensors built in to automatically pump stored water from the sedimentation tanks to the roof where it is treated. All one can hear is the slow trickle of water as it moves within the filtration system.
It is also designed for the outdoor environment and has been working through the rain and shine without any rusts. The treated water is supplied across the house and is used for flushes, plants in the garden, washing the outdoors, vehicles and even cleaning the solar panels on the roof. This system supplies for almost half the water used in the home.
The treatment system on the roof was so compact and modular, that it took less space than the solar water heater.