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THE GRS AEROBIC GREASE FILTER.

The kitchen greywater is filtered through the aerobic grease filter (AGF) before flowing to the irrigation areas. The AGF filters out all the food scraps, fats and oils in the greywater which then composts in the AGF. Common garden earthworms help digest the deposited material and aerate the AGF to allow the greywater to pass through.

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SCHEMATIC ELEVATION

There are no unpleasant septic odours as associated with traditional anaerobic (wet) greasetrap systems. The AGF does not allow any greywater to pool or be retained in any way.

Maintenance is approximately one hour per year to top up the filter medium. No desludging or pumpout required.