Plumbing from your toilet and kitchen must be separated from
your greywater plumbing;
The tanks can be installed internally or externally;
Installation can be completed in less than a day.
Accreditation and Re-use Options
New South Wales
The system is accredited by NSW Health in the highest category of treated water quality, which means the treated water can be used for above ground irrigation, toilet flushing, as the cold water supply for clothes washing and car washing (subject to council approval).
The system is accredited in Victoria by the EPA and the treated water may be used for above ground irrigation. The Victorian Department of Human Services has indicated that treated greywater of the quality produced by the Nubian GT600 may be used for toilet flushing and direct connection to clothes washing machines.
In Queensland the Nubian GT600 system is accredited by the Department of Infrastructure and Planning. Approved uses are lawn and garden spray irrigation, toilet flushing, washing machine, vehicle washing and path/wall washdown.
Australian Capital Territory
The Nubian system may be installed in the ACT and the treated water can be re-used for above ground irrigation, toilet flushing, the cold water supply to the laundry and car washing.
The system is accredited in South Australia by the Department of Health and the treated water may be used for above ground irrigation.
The Nubian system can be integrated with rainwater collection systems and with appropriate plumbing, rainwater and treated water can be stored in the same tank
The system is now accredited in Western Australia by the Department of Health and the treated water may be used for both internal and external reuse. This means the system can provide recycled water to flush toilets, wash clothes, water the garden and wash your car.
The Nubian GT600 is eligible for government rebates for greywater treatment systems.
In Australia there are council rebates and government rebates. Local council rebates range from $500 to $1,000. (eg Wyong and Gosford Councils offer a $1,000 rebate, Tamworth Council $500).
The Victorian and Queensland governments offer a $500 rebate.
The Federal Government also offers a rebate of $500. Guidelines for this rebate and details regarding claim procedures can be found here.
This government rebate can be claimed in addition to local council and government rebates.