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Living Water Flowforms
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BYRON BAY NSW
2481 AUSTRALIA
Phone: 61 2 6685 5417

e: info@flowforms.com.au

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JAPAN TARUNAS
I left Brisbane Airport on the 15th of June at 8:30 am and arrived at 10:30 pm in Sapporo the main city of Hokkaido the major northern Island at 10:30pm...

PICTORIAL CASE STUDY


ISLAND QUARRY BYRON BAY
The Island Quarry Arts & Eco Centre in Byron Bay's is an innovative community project that aims to create a model for sustainable...

 PICTORIAL CASE STUDY


TONY FRANKENS DAIR EFFLUENT PLANT AT COMBOYNE NSW
A dairy effluent treatment plant for 50 cows built in the late 90's. The system comprises of two 9000 litre tanks, whilst one is filling, the other is being processed by 14 Jarna Flowforms.
The Flowforms are situated between the tanks with a copper spoon which is able to able to divert the water into either left or right tanks.
With the addion of Bio-dynamic CMC 7000 litres of dairy effluent are converted into valuable fertiliser immediately useable for irrigation.

 PICTORIAL CASE STUDY

 

 


The Island Quarry - Byron Bay

The Island Quarry Arts & Eco Centre in Byron Bay's is an innovative community project that aims to create a model for sustainable living through environmental, economic and social activity.

Many years ago the quarry was abandoned due to the ingress of water from an underground spring. The result is a beautiful dam that's surrounded by cliffs on three sides.

Living Water Flowforms is proud to have contributed to this exciting community project by installing seven steps of Turunas which serve to enliven the water of the dam.

Recycled brickwork construction, after slab pour of .35 Mtr?. Site access was easy and the Flowforms were lifted in by four labourers per bowl in under an hour.

8mm Cement sheet steps were cut to follow the curves of the wall and glued in place with Sikaflex.

As there was no electricity on the site we created the flow by using a petrol driven fire fighting pump drawing the water from the other side of the dam, thereby maximising the oxygenation effects of the Flowforms.

Rendering completed with pump in action prior to planting of shrubs and flowers.
 

 

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