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Professional Plumbing Announces Release of New Wastewater Treatment Systems

These state of the art wastewater treatment systems ensure customers have peace of mind when it comes to their sewage treatment, ProfessionalPlumbing.com.au reports

TAS – December 18, 2017 /MarketersMedia/

Homeowners and business proprietors alike must find ways to effectively deal with wastewater produced on their property. Professional Plumbing announces they are now offering new state of the art wastewater treatment systems designed for this purpose. These new products include 100 percent recycled plastic stormwater retention units and 90 percent recycled plastic wastewater units. Individuals in need of assistance with their wastewater turn to Professional Plumbing (www.professionalplumbing.com.au)as they know this is a company capable of finding the right solution for any size project, whether it be large or small.

“The two state of the art wastewater systems currently offered are under the direction of Paul Bottomley. Mr. Bottomley is considered a wastewater industry expert and has earned the respect of developers, health authorities and engineers. Clients who choose to work with us will benefit from this expertise, which gives them peace of mind when it comes to their wastewater treatment system,” Paul Bottomley, spokesperson for Professional Plumbing, announces.

Consumers choose from the EnviroTas and Graf systems. The EnviroTas system has been designed to recycle wastewater created in the home, including that from the kitchen, bathroom and laundry. This water then undergoes treatment in an underground concrete tank, which ensures its purity meets the standards of relevant health authorities. Graf provides the other wastewater option, and this company has been assisting consumers for more than 50 years now with top quality treatment systems. A tank from Graf has been designed in Germany, assembled in Australia and comes with a 15 year warranty.

“Contact us today to learn more about either wastewater treatment system (www.professionalplumbing.com.au/wastewater-systems-tasmania/). We are more than happy to help our customers determine which best meets their needs, and we don’t stop there. Technicians regularly check the system and service it as needed under the customer agreement to ensure any conditions of approval laid out by regulating bodies are met,” Bottomley continues.

In addition to wastewater treatment systems, Professional Plumbing offers other solutions designed to meet the needs of all. This includes new installations, roof plumbing and renovations in homes, along with civil plumbing and drainage and commercial hydraulic plumbing. Regardless of the job size, the company is ready to find the appropriate solution to solve any problems the customer is experiencing.

“We have undertaken a wide variety of projects. For example, we installed flotation tanks for Hobart Floate Centre (http://hobartfloatcentre.com/). Contact us today to discuss your project and we’ll work to find the right solution for you,” Bottomley explains.

About Professional Plumbing:

From a simple tap washer replacement around the home to major developments, Professional Plumbing remains dedicated to sustainability.

Contact Info:
Name: Paul Bottomley
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Organization: Professional Plumbing
Address: 91 Lampton Ave Derwent Park TAS 7009
Phone: (03) 6273 0755

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