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Frankston Plumber

Your search for a best plumber in Frankston ends right here at GRH Plumbing as we can offer you exceptional range of services at lowest possible prices. With a comprehensive range of services that offer everything you are looking for in plumbing services, we have got you covered. No matter whether you found trouble in your plumbing systems of home or office, we ensure to deliver prompt professional services.

With an extensive experience and knowledge in the business, GRH Plumbing has been the Frankston’s first choice for green plumber. Equipped with latest technology and tools, we can handle every sort of situation in an effective way. Committed towards providing high standard plumbing services to residential and commercial areas, our trained Frankston plumbers ensure that you receive the right help to maintain your property.

Our services include but not limited to fixing up blocked drains, leaky pipes, hot water units and toilet repair in Frankston. Servicing around the major suburbs of Melbourne, we look forward to help you with everything from repairs to maintenances and to replacements.

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Fully trained to tackle any of your water and gas maintenance needs, our plumber in Frankston South offers you fast and effective results. No job is too big or small for us as we have the expertise and experience to handle the smallest or largest jobs. Your location doesn’t matter for us. Whether you are in need for a plumber in Cranbourne, plumber in Langwarrin, plumber in Seaford, plumber in Aspendale, plumber in peninsula or anywhere across Melbourne, GRH Plumbing is always at your reach.

With climate change and global warming such important issues for all of us, it is essential that we all do what we can to conserve our precious water resources. In a major initiative for the industry, the Green Plumbers program is run through the Master Plumbers Association. As an accredited Green Plumber, GRH Plumbing has attended a series of workshops relating to -

  • Climate Care
  • Caring for Our Water
  • Solar Hot Water
  • Water Efficient Technology

Cost savings around your home
GRH Plumbing as your accredited local Green Plumber will be able to assist you in reducing your energy costs around the home without sacrificing personal comfort. This will have the added benefit of improving the environment. They will help you to identify what is required and discuss the options available. This will also include discussing the effects on the environment, and the likely purchase and running costs. With this knowledge you can make an informed decision.

New energy star ratings for appliances
Consumers are aware of the existing electrical energy star rating system for domestic appliances. However, your accredited Green Plumber can discuss the latest changes.

GRH Plumbing - an Accredited Green Plumber

It's been a long time since you've been able to use water with a clear conscience.  GRH Plumbing are proud to be Agent's for the OASIS GT600 Greywater treatment system. Now you can when you can recycle up to 60% of your household water with an OASIS.

Featuring:

  • No unpleasant odours
  • Self Cleaning
  • Low maintenance
  • Low power consumption - around 40% less than aerated systems
  • No harmful chemicals
  • No pump outs
  • No excavation
  • Continuous process

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Nubian Water Systems introduces the latest technology in greywater recycling with its new age slimline treatment unit. The system can be installed beside your house, requiring no excavation or disruption to your garden. It is as easy to install as a hot water system or other household appliance.

The system is housed in the lightweight, slimline units;

  • Processor - treatment system;
  • Feed Tank - holds household greywater prior to processing;
  • Treated Water Tank - recycled water for application as listed below.

The system can treat all household greywater produced by up to eight (8) people.

Recycling Options
OASIS
Toilet Flushing
Yes
Above Ground Irigation
Yes
Non-potable Hose Cocks*
Yes
Pavement and Car Washing
Yes
Fire Fighting*
Yes
* subject to local council approval

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Three levels of treatment are used by the system;

  1. Pre-screen removes lint and other coarse materials to prevent blockages and fouling of the system;
  2. Water flows down through a bed of proprietary media in the Processor.Contaminant removal is achieved through filtration, absorption and biological treatment;
  3. Ultraviolet (UV) disinfection completes the treatment process before water is stored for recycling. 

Installation

  • 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.

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Greywater  is wastewater from non-toilet plumbing fixtures such as showers, basins and taps. Depending on its use, greywater can require less treatment than blackwater and generally contains fewer pathogens.

Treated greywater can be re-used indoors for toilet flushing and clothes washing, both of which are significant consumers of water. Greywater can also be used for garden watering. The average Australian home produces about 113 litres of greywater per day. 

Wastewater re-use opportunities vary according to where you live. Urban households typically have a connection to a centralised, or reticulated, sewage system, whereas rural households manage their wastewater on-site. The regulations concerning the treatment and re-use of wastewater vary according to your location. You need to check with your local council or state health authority for advice on the regulations in your area. In some States it is illegal to re-use wastewater in urban areas. Wastewater can be used to flush toilets, water gardens and even to wash clothes.

By using wastewater as a resource rather than a waste product you can:

  • Reduce water bills Use less water resources
  • Cut down the amount of pollution going into our waterways
  • Help save money on new infrastructure for water provision and wastewater treatment.

Wastewater re-use decreases effluent volumes, reducing the stress on existing centralised wastewater disposal systems, which will work better and last longer. There are two types of wastewater created in a home, each of which can be treated and used in various ways.

Greywater
Litres per Person per Day
Shower
56
Hand Basin
6
Kitchen Tap
12
Dishwasher
5
Laundry Tap
7
Washing machine
27
Total Greywater Usage
113
Contact Details

Address: 45 Norman Avenue, Frankston 3199 Telephone: 0418 315 041