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Rota-Loo certified to AS/NZS 1546.2 On-site domestic wastewater treatment units – Waterless Composting Toilets. All states and territories of Australia require that a WCT meets AS/NZS1546.2:2008, but each has different departments, rules, and conditions which guide the local authorities.
Your local council assessor will require you to see product certificate OMK30059 in the support letter as part of your application to install an onsite waste treatment system.
As a composting toilet, Chief Executive Approval (CEA) is not required under Section 91 of the Queensland Plumbing and Drainage Act 2002.
You will need to refer to the installation manual to ensure that site plans submitted with the application cater to the Rota-Loo model of your choice.
Rota-Loo is approved by the NSW Department of Health under certificate number WCT010
Rota-Loo is approved by SA Health under approval reference number WWP-20015.
The conditions of the installation set out on page 7 of the PDF are met when the Rota-Loo is installed and operated according to the manuals, except items 5 & 10. Please ensure you meet these requirements if they apply to your installation.
Rota-Loo is approved by the WA Department of Health under approval number F-AA-53881, please ensure you comply with the conditions for installation and operation outlined in the PDF
Rota-Loo is approved by the NT Department of Health under product approval number
Systems must be installed by a licensed plumber and all electrical work must be carried out by a licensed electrician. Please note clause 2.2 Installation, Operation, and Maintenance to ensure your installation meets the Department of Health requirements.
Rota-Loo has been accredited by the Department of Justice as per the Certificate of Approval DOC/18/4605 for use in a single dwelling in Tasmania.
Systems must be installed by a licensed plumber and all electrical work must be carried out by a licensed electrician.
ACT Health does not issue design approvals or list approved or certified
systems, you must fill out the ACT Health application form
to “Install or alter a septic tank, chemical toilet, or sewage treatment plant”