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Municipal Drinking & Wastewater Treatment Systems

Our systems are modular and can be custom engineered to meet specific requirements across a range of sectors. Alternatively, customers can choose from a range of packaged plants of fixed capacities to treat and decontaminate water for consumption, re-use or safe discharge.

Industries we service:

Water Treatment for Potable Use

Infinite Water offers solutions for the treatment of groundwater, surface water and seawater to produce high quality drinking water. Not only do we meet the stringent criteria specified in the various regions that we operate in but we also have significantly lower operational and capital costs.

Further, the HYDROXON™ process can be configured to work with conventional desalination processes (such as reverse osmosis) making the overall solution less costly to operate. When used to pre-treat the water before the RO process, membrane biofouling and scaling is drastically reduced leading to a more reliable process with increased efficiency.

Infinite Water systems offer:

  • High level removal of suspended solids and reduction in turbidity
  • Efficient in the removal of metals & metalloids down to trace levels
  • Validated disinfection to ADWG without using UV or Ozone: including bacteria, viruses and other micro-organisms
  • High organics removal efficiency
  • Removal of bad taste and odour causing compounds
  • High reduction in Disinfection by-products (DBP's) formation potential
  • Removal of Algae and toxins
  • Easy to upgrade existing plants (e.g. replace sand filters with Hydroxon CO filters)
  • Low operational costs (no UV lamp maintenance, replacement & disposal)
  • Non-toxic backwash stream that can be sent to sewer
  • Effective pre-treatment process to Reverse Osmosis membrane by preventing bio-fouling and scaling through reduction of organics and metals, improving efficiency, reducing maintenance and replacements.

Sewage Treatment & Recycling

Infinite Water offers full turnkey solutions for the treatment of municipal wastewater to meet the various internal and regulatory discharge requirements of our clients. Whether discharging to ocean/local surface water bodies, or for various reuse applications, we can deliver the final effluent quality our customers require.

We can deliver first-class conventional wastewater treatment technologies and, if required, have the capability to customise and optimise these systems to provide further benefits to our customers. Where advanced treatment of secondary effluent is required, our patented technology can produce the highest quality treated effluent that will meet the most stringent compliance criteria.  

Hydroxon™ Advanced treatment

Advanced Wastewater treatment refers to further processing of treated wastewater from a sewage treatment process incorporating biological treatment.

Infinite Water offers complete integrated solutions for recycling sewage up to potable quality water using our proprietary technology.

The treatment efficiency paired with low energy consumption and high process recovery makes it an ideal solution for water recycling.

Benefits of Infinite Water Advanced treatment:

  • Validated disinfection performance to Australian Guidelines for Water Recycling (AGWR)
  • High removal efficiency of recalcitrant non biodegradable organic matter
  • High removal efficiency of non biodegradable organic nitrogen
  • High removal of total phosphorous
  • High removal of turbidity
  • High removal of heavy metals & metalloids
  • Improvement in overall physical attributes (odour & colour removal)
  • Small treatment train compared to conventional solutions
  • Up to 98% of total incoming flow is recycled (small waste stream)
  • Significantly lower energy consumption compared to membrane or UV-AOP based solutions
  • Integrates well with conventional processes


Infinite Water’s systems are modular and can be custom engineered to meet specific requirements.  Infinite Water’s proprietary technology can also be integrated with conventional water treatment processes such as reverse osmosis to significantly improve efficiency, reliability and reduce costs.


The capacities of the systems range between 5 KLD to 200 MLD.