In the Philippines, 10% of water is treated while 58% of groundwater is contaminated.
Wastewater is a byproduct of domestic, industrial, commercial or agricultural activities. The characteristics of wastewater vary depending on the source. Types of wastewater include domestic wastewater from households, municipal wastewater from communities (also called sewage) and industrial wastewater.
Wastewater contributes to the pollution of our streams, rivers, lakes, oceans or any stretch of water that depletes water quality making it toxic for the environment and humans. Wastewater is the worst source of pollution that carries diseases. More than 3.4 million people die each year from a waterborne disease.
In conventional wastewater treatment facilities, they clean wastewater and minimize water pollution; but, while doing so, they also contribute to air pollution and need energy/material input with associated emissions. It is also seen that this process is not fully effective to pass regulatory standards.
The Microbial System contains good microorganisms that can survive in both aerobic and anaerobic conditions. The system can fix carbon dioxide to form biomass and it can also convert nitrogen to ammonia and produce hydrogen (hydrogen gas being the by-product of nitrogen fixation).
It contains various good microorganisms such as Amino Bacteria (PSB), Bacillus, Phototrophic bacteria and Yeasts. When applied to soil, water or plant, it activates the existing good microorganisms existing in the material.
It is safe and non-toxic. The Japanese people have continuously adopted the microorganisms for more than 20 years and have introduced it to many countries over the years, with no reports of adverse effects.
Yes, the Microbial System can be used for wastewater treatment as it focuses on the exploitation of microorganisms as decontaminating tools to treat polluted wastewater, a worldwide concern. Microorganism-based processes are seen as promising technologies to treat the ever-increasing problem of polluted wastewater.
The Microbial System can be used for cleaning polluted waterways, lakes and lagoons, septic systems, municipal and hospital wastewater treatment plants, landfill and dump sites, and livestock operations. It can also be used for recycling biodegradable materials and convert them to organic fertilizer and feedstock.
The Microbial System resolves environmental concerns such as Soil Contamination, Leachate Management, and Landfill Gas Reduction.
We provide professional and comprehensive solutions for our industrial and commercial clients in solving their water and wastewater treatment issues while maintaining compliance with ever-changing governmental regulations and the effects of water scarcity through our consulting services.
Each of the solutions that Techzyco develops is custom-designed to the customer. We believe that customization is the only way to address the very particular needs of each client. Our approach and the extensive use of the latest technologies in the field allows for the provision of modern clean water solutions, wastewater treatment, and reuse.
Techzyco supports the country's drive to protect the water bodies from pollution from land-based sources (industries and commercial establishments, agriculture and community/household activities). RA No. 9275 provides for a comprehensive and integrated strategy to prevent and minimize pollution through a multi-sectoral and participatory approach involving all the stakeholders.
Techzyco follows Water Quality Guidelines and General Effluent Standards of 2016. Depending on the classification of Marine Water and Industries and the company category, water quality parameters will be assessed for approval of the Environmental Compliance Certificate (ECC).