Cork Based Firm Achieve EU Certification For New Waste Water Treatment System
Ireland Waste Water says households can save €5000 in 5 years
A Cork-based firm has launched an environmentally friendly system which it claims will revolutionise waste water treatment in Ireland and across Europe
Ireland Waste Water says households can save €5000 in 5 years and combat ‘Grey Water’ contamination through their Circle 7 system which is Ireland’s only Waste Water Treatment to achieve EU Certification
Circle 7 provides a new system to treat waste water by taking household waste, percolating it using an advanced filtration system and bringing it to a near drinking water standard.
The family run business which is based in Riverstick says Circle 7 will lead to an expansion of their business and the creation of 10 new jobs
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