Frequently Asked Questions


Ozzi Kleen RP10 is a 10 person Domestic Sewage Treatment Plant, utilising the Fully Aerobic Activated Sludge technology used in most modern day town and city council sewage treatment plants.

It captures and treats all household wastewater from the kitchen, bathrooms, toilets, laundry etc, for reuse on gardens/lawns.

As soon as you press the button or pull the plug, the wastewater enters the Ozzi Kleen RP10 sewage treatment plant to begin the aerobic treatment process. This is where a complete digestion of organic waste takes place in the oxygen rich environment, using naturally occurring bacteria. The organic waste entering the tank is treated to high quality water for reuse. This water is decanted and disinfected, then goes into an effluent holding compartment. When a sufficient amount of water has entered this compartment, a float switch turns the effluent pump on and pumps the treated water out through the irrigation line onto gardens and lawns.

Aerobic means the presence of oxygen. This treatment process is very efficient, with breakdown occurring in a matter of hours in the oxygen-enriched environment. The same process is used by modern day council treatment plants world-wide.

Effluent is the treated water at the end of the treatment process.

Your Ozzi Kleen distributor can co-ordinate your installation for you or you can simply have your own plumber carry out the installation.

No. Due to the aerobic process the waste does not decompose and smell.

No. Due to the selection of equipment involved, there is only a low humming sound.

Yes, just as if you were connected to town sewerage, Ozzi Kleen sewage treatment plant allows you to use your favourite cleaners, disinfectants and bleaches.

A shock load – like multiple washing loads, extra visitors, emptying a spa bath etc is easily handled by the Ozzi Kleen RP10. It has a 1000 litre buffer zone, which can easily cope with shock loads.

The Ozzi Kleen RP10 is extremely cost efficient. Due to the unique Ozzi Kleen RP10 process the system is not running continuously. Power costs are approximately 35 cents per day.

There is no minimum or maximum distance required as long as it has the right fall, i.e. 1 in 60.

Yes, a service is to be carried out every 3 months. Results from the tests for water purity and system efficiency are provided to you and your local authority.

The Ozzi Kleen RP10 has been approved in Queensland (DNR), New South Wales (NSW Health Depart), Victoria (EPA), Tasmania (DNEIR), South Australia (Depart of Human Services), Northern Territory (Depart Health & Community Services).

As each system is different, Contact us for a quote.

There is no build-up of solids as they are continuously being broken down – under normal circumstances the Ozzi Kleen RP10 should never require pumping out.

Yes. The Owner’s Manual can be found in the control box, it is very informative, telling you all you need to know about how your Ozzi Kleen RP10 works.