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Te Kura o Te Whanau-a-Apanui

Te Kura O Te Whanau-a-Apanui is a recently established school in Te Kaha, serving students from year 1 to year 13. Because the school and associated accommodation’s drainage system would not be linked to a municipal wastewater treatment plant, an on-site treatment system was required to handle a flow capacity of 12,000l per day. Given our considerable expertise and proven track record, Ecocycle was a logical choice for this project. The system’s daily loading and flow rates are monitored and tracked from our office in Tauranga to ensure ongoing resource consent holder compliance with Bay Of Plenty Regional council.

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Thornton Park Retirement Village

Thornton Park is Opotiki’s leading retirement and aged residential care option in the sunny Eastern Bay of Plenty.

The outdated septic systems no longer complied with council requirements, calling for an immediate upgrade to a wastewater treatment system to meet current NZ Standards. As is known in the industry, waste streams from such sites are notoriously difficult to treat. Ecocycle provided a custom-designed, robust solution to achieve the sites complex requirements.

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Lukes Kitchen

Situated in the laid back village of Kuaotunu; Luke’s Kitchen is a rustic seaside restaurant with a café & art gallery adjacent creating a hub for locals, tourists and families.

Development of this unique site in the Coromandel resulted in a requirement by local council to upgrade the onsite waste water treatment. An ecocycle system was designed and selected for the job, installed by local drainlaying company Bennetto Drainlaying.

Ecocycle Wastwater treatment system showcase Whatawhata berry farm

Whatawhata Berry Farm

Whatawhata Berry Farm is a fully interactive, complete immersion PYO Real Fruit Ice-cream orchard that offers customers the unique experience of visiting a working orchard whilst enjoying delicious ice-creams.  Whatawhata Berry Farm is a 3rd generation family business offering a full range of fresh pre-pack, frozen and Pick Your Own berries; delicious strawberries, nutritional blueberries, fabulous blackberries, raspberries, boysenberries and cherries.

This progressive business has a strong focus on the environment pairing well with Ecocycle’s custom environmental solutions, experience and expertise.  Installed by Hamilton based plumbing company Tee Drainage.

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Camarosa Bar, Restaurant & Cafe

Only 5 minutes drive from Waikato University in Hamilton you will find the Ruakura Berry Shop and Camarosa Restaurant & Cafe.

The site required a waste water treatment system that was able to effectively treat wastewater from the cafe and importantly meet council requirements. An Ecocycle wastewater treatment system was chosen for the job due to the adaptability of the system and Ecocycle’s proven track record.

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Oropi Memorial Hall and Community Centre

The hall underwent extensive refurbishment and expansion in 2016 and now caters for events, clubs, sports and weddings. The Ecocycle wastewater treatment system installed was designed to cater for the expansion and expected fluctuating flows from use of the facilities. Ecocycle systems handle periods of no flow to high flow without adjustment ensuring an environmentally friendly and reliable solution. Ecocycle offered the best wastewater treatment system solution.


Our advanced wastewater treatment systems can be found on literally hundreds of properties around the country.

Ecocycle’s odourless and quiet treatment systems are perfect for all residential properties. Treated wastewater irrigates to lawn, gardens or shelter belts.

Ecocycle Wastwater treatment system showcase Waiponga Reserve

Waiponga Reserve, Opoutere – Thames Coromandel District Council

Opoutere is a hidden gem close to Whangamata, known for it’s 5km white sand beach and crystal clear water for swimming, surfing and surfcasting.

Thames Coromandel District Council needed to upgrade the reserve facilities and contacted Ecocycle to provide a wastewater treatment system with the focus on a reliable and environmentally friendly wastewater treatment system that handles extremely low use in winter and switches to high flows during peak time in the busy summer months.

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Veligandu Island Resort and SPA

On a pristine and luxurious island in the Maldives, Veligandu Island Resort needed a wastewater treatment system for its 60 room complex.

Ecocycle was recommended due to our ability to design, manufacture and project manage the installation of a specialised system engineered to suit the location.

Temple View Project – Camp Tuhikaramea, Hamilton

A beautiful facility featuring lovely lakes and 40 acres of heavily forested grounds. The customer needed a wastewater treatment system that could transition from from high to low flows and back without disruption. Catering for up to 400 people during peak periods and remotely monitored using a GPRS system from our Tauranga office.

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