The principle behind the aerobic process is simple. By keeping the organic matter or waste oxygenated, keeps the bacteria found in waste alive. These bacteria, called Aerobic Bacteria, are very aggressive in feeding on the waste, which is a food source high in energy; the waste is consumed very quickly and efficiently.
How does the Ozzi Kleen RP10 work?
All waste enters the single tank where oxygen is circulated via an aerator. As mentioned above, this air keeps the naturally occurring aerobic bacteria alive which are actively consuming the waste. After the aeration stage, the waste is allowed to settle. The treated water is then decanted and stored within the tank in the effluent holding compartment. This compartment fills and once full triggers a float switch, automatically prompting irrigation.