AQ | Aqua Advanced

Wastewater &
Irrigation System

The Complete Solution to Recycling Household Water

Aqua Advanced Wastewater and Irrigation System

Why choose Aqua Advanced?​

The Aqua Advanced Wastewater & Irrigation System is designed to treat all of the wastewater from your laundry, kitchen and bathroom so that it can be safely reused on your lawn and garden. Required for properties that do not have access to main sewer lines, Aqua Advanced uses similar processes and technologies to that of the sewage treatment plants used in large townships and cities. Designed and manufactured in Australia, Aqua Advanced is available in both polymer and concrete.

The system is a one tank, compact design with small footprint, discreet lid and control box, complete with an alert system. Built with above or below ground irrigation capabilities, making our system the complete solution to recycling household wastewater.

Safe & reliable​

Aqua Advanced comes with a 20 year tank warranty.

Australian made & owned.

Tested to industry standards

Aqua Advanced has tested to the requirements of the AS/NZ1546.3 standard and has tested to the Advanced
Secondary Standard, see our website for more details around the standards

Sustainable & environmental

Designed and manufactured by Everhard Industries, Aqua Advanced is 100% Australian made and owned​

AQ wastewater and irrigation system
Aqua Advanced Wastewater and Irrigation System

How it works​

As water comes from the house into the system, Aqua Advanced carefully treats the wastewater throughout 5 processes –
primary, aeration, clarification, disinfection and irrigation.

Designed and built with back up mechanisms, alert system and overflow, this ensures complete safety for your home, your family and the environment.

Primary treatment

All wastewater flows into the primary treatment area that allows for the removal of solids and fats from the raw sewage

Aerobic treatment

Settled wastewater flows into an aerobic zone that is pumped with air using an aerator. This zone is fitted with media, which allows for aerobic bacterial growth that biodegrade residual organic material.


Aerated water undergoes a final clarification. This allows most of the residual solids to settle, which are then pumped back to the primary tank.


Where specified by local authorities, clarified water is disinfected. This is achieved by allowing the water to flow over chlorine tablets, providing enough chlorine concentration to eliminate any residual bacteria.


When sufficient wastewater has been treated, a pump will activate allowing safe, recycled water to disperse, via the irrigation system.