Who is Diston Wastewater?
Diston Wastewater is a family owned, Australian Company and in it’s own right has over half a century of experience in engineering, design, manufacturing, installation & maintenance of waste water treatment systems. In 2014, we acquired Tuke & Bell Pty. Ltd., adding further options in wastewater treatment.
Diston Waste Water Technology is the only Australian Waste Water Company with certified engineers and licensed plumbers in one business. Our commitment to quality and client satisfaction has given us the reputation as Waste Water Industry Leaders with in the Commercial & Governmental Sectors. Diston Waste Water Technology is also an accredited company to ISO 9001 (quality), ISO 14001 (environmental) and AS/NZS 4801 (OH&S) Standard. With over 50 years of experience we know our business, so from rural to inner city, we are able to provide you with complete turn key solutions including:
Diston Waste Water Technology’s commitment to reputation, quality and client satisfaction is evident by running a Quality Assurance Program equivalent to the ISO:9001 standard to ensure you get best product in the market.
When installing a new waste water treatment system its is critical to the environment and to the client that:
- The system complies to E.P.A publication 500.
- The system has duty & standby pumps, and an adequate alarm system to alert you that something is wrong & sufficient emergency storage volume to allow for a maintenance response time.
- The system is designed to treat not only the hydraulic loading but also the organic loading (BOD) in the waste stream.
- The manufacturer is willing to stand by the product & has the capability to respond to emergency call out in the event of a power or equipment failure, ie; warranty and life time maintenance.
- The system has proven ability to handle shock loadings of waste flow within short periods of time; ie restaurant wash up, caravan park showers and toilets, school recess time etc, conversely.
- The system is able to keep the treatment bacterial biomass at a maximum during extended downtime; ie school holidays, rest stop areas etc.