MBBR Waste Water Treatment Facility: first in the country
The first of its kind in the country, Wacuman Incorporated uses a Moving Bed Bio-film Reactor (MBBR) Waste Water Treatment facility to recycle waste water into reusable water.
Waste water from the sanitary landfill cells are conveyed to the MBBR for treatment. It then undergoes a six-step method to treat the waste water and process it into clear recycled water that can be used for irrigation and industrial purposes.
MBBR technology utilizes polyethylene biofilm carriers that move freely through the aerated wastewater treatment basin. The non-toxic biodegradable biocarriers provide a highly effective environment for biofilm growth, that in turn, disinfects, deodorizes, decomposes, and disperses oil and grease in the wastewater. The process is safe and does not harm the ecological system and marine life. The process is flexible and cost-effective, easily adjusting to meet expanding waste water loads or more stringent discharge requirements.
Location & Facilities
- INDUSTRIES’ ADOPTION OF THE NATIONAL GREENING PROGRAM July 13, 2016
- Wacuman, together with the respected leaders and public officials, July 13, 2016
- Bgy. Graceville, CSJDM Clean Up Drive. July 13, 2016