Biotech Solution Company Limited ...Embracing The Green Revolution Sun, 05 Sep 2021 13:06:11 +0000 en-US hourly 1 Sewage Treatment Plant for “The Altona” Ikoyi, Lagos. Sun, 05 Sep 2021 13:06:11 +0000
5th September 2021
Project Overview
The Altona is a sophisticated apartment building in Ikoyi. It boasts of luxury modern facilities including Biotech Packaged Sewage Treatment Plant; providing the ultimate lifestyle solutions for their clients who appreciate healthy and finer things in life.
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Efficient Wastewater Treatment Plants are designed to influent to an acceptable standard as recommended by the regulatory bodies before discharging into the environment. Regardless of the efforts that are being made to install these plants countrywide, more is required. Water is one of our most important resources and it’s being squandered.

For far too long, innocent purchasers of Wastewater treatment Systems have been duped by uncertified manufacturers. It is a good thing that the industry is now under scrutiny, as the more transparency that is required by law, the better.

Do you consider installing a Wastewater Treatment Plant? It is worthy to note that; the quality of the effluent generated from the System is what matters and NOT the price.

Don’t waste your money! Be wise enough to invest in a proven technology from a Certified manufacturer.

COVID 19 – WISDOM AND LOOMING EPIDEMIC Sat, 11 Apr 2020 19:05:35 +0000
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From the giant and wealthy nations like U.S.A, China, Germany, France and United Kingdom to thriving continents like Africa, it took the invisible but deleterious Covid-19 to prove the interconnectedness between public health, global economy, travels, social life, finances, education, livelihoods  or our mental wellbeing. The unfortunate reality is; the deadly virus like any other disease is not a respecter of social status.

Another lethal epidemic waiting to bring our great nation Nigeria to her knees, are viruses associated with water pollution and poor sanitation. The indiscriminate disposal of industrial and faecal wastes into our waterbodies has fast turned into a norm. As a society, we are indifferent about the adverse impacts discharging untreated wastewater into this precious resource have on our daily lives.

Not admitting these failings – and not doing all that we can to prevent this potentially looming epidemic and the associated threats  it poses to life and livelihood by remaining in our bubbles– would be not just irresponsible, but criminal.

We are aware epidemic such as smallpox killed 300 to 500 million people. The 1918-19 Spanish flu killed 50 to 100 million and Ebola claimed 11,000 lives. Dysentery, cholera and most recently Gastroenteritis in some cities, have claimed the lives of many. All these diseases are linked to drinking water contaminated by chemical and bacterial pollution.

According to a report on “African Water Cities Projects” developed by NLÉ, 35 million cubic metres per day of wastewater is generated in Africa, with one of its city generating 1.5 million cubic metres per day, Less than 2% of the population is served with off-site sewage treatment plants. The faecal contamination of the nation’s water system and the environment, the lack of willingness to invest in wastewater treatment systems and the inadequate management of wastewater is an important health concern. 

Wastewater management is also thwarted by cheap treatment options done by self-acclaimed engineers who lack the technical know-how and the expertise, but are often engaged by regulated facilities due to the capital cost of constructing a proper wastewater treatment systems. The effluent from these poorly designed plants in all cases, does not meet the stipulated quality as required by regulatory bodies. Consequently, without effective implementation or enforcement, these standards have become meagre theoretical regulatory instruments.

Additionally, the septic tanks and soakaway systems in most newly developed estates often contaminate and pollute the shallow groundwater—a vital source of water to the residents. However; provision was made in Abuja Master Plan for the city’s central sewerage system. 

Essential Actions to take for the aversion of a looming epidemic, includes but not limited to the following:

  1.  Public Awareness Programs, Education And Prevention
  2. Enabling Environment For Improved Decentralized Wastewater Management
  3. Stringent Environmental Regulation, Monitoring and Enforcement policies.
  4. Rehabilitation of the State-owned Wastewater Treatment Plants and Septage Disposal points and Investment in New Ones 

This is no excuse for unpreparedness. If we are to save ourselves and our children we must act decisively. The threat is real. The pathway is known. The time for action is now. (Dr Jonathan D Quick, of the Harvard Medical School, -The End of Epidemics)

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Thinking of Wastewater or Water Treatment Plants?

Biotech is the industry leader in packaged wastewater and water treatment solutions.

We are a forward-thinking company with an extensive solution and product range.
We offer variety of both standard and bespoke solutions with all the benefits of a localised distribution service from our base in Lagos, Nigeria.

Biotech has an extensive portfolio working with Engineering Consultants, Architects and Main Contractors, from the design and engineering of the system until the successful commissioning, service and operations of the Plant.

Why Choose Biotech?
 ISO 14001:2015 Certified Products
 The capacity to design and self-manufacture packaged water and wastewater products that make us industry leaders in our field
 Credentials associated with over 100,000 water and wastewater installations worldwide
 The most successful front-end research and development programmes combined with the design, manufacturing and logistics expertise
 Fully integrated products and services that set the standards in quality, price and efficiency
 Top-notch After-Sales Support

For further information, please call:- 0816-828-5849 or email:-

BIOTECH SEWAGE TREATMENT PLANT FOR A FULLY SERVICED APARTMENT BUILDING AT PARKVIEW IKOYI, LAGOS. Wed, 01 May 2019 16:01:29 +0000 Pictures of a recently commissioned project

COMPLETION OF OANDO (OVH ENERGY MARKETING) STP PROJECT Tue, 30 Sep 2014 07:45:25 +0000 Project Overview: Completion of the Sewage Treatment / Sewer line Project for Oando (OVH Energy Marketing) Headquarters, Apapa, Lagos.

As an existing site, Biotech Team undaunted by this challenge, worked resiliently and professionally in delivering this landmark Project.

BIOTECH COMMISSIONS SAF SEWAGE TREATMENT PLANT AT IKOYI Tue, 30 Sep 2014 07:43:18 +0000 Biotech SAF Sewage Treatment Plant designed for this magnificent residential building was recently commissioned in December 2018.

We are also proud to be trusted with its Maintenance.

So are you a homeowner/Consultant/Developer/Architect presently considering installing or recommending a non-complicated, trouble-free but cost-effective Sewage Treatment Plant that is odorless, easy to maintain with effluent quality that meets/supersedes the regulatory requirements?

BIOTECH ASP FOR A RESIDENTIAL BUILDING, BANANA ISLAND, IKOYI. Tue, 30 Sep 2014 07:40:54 +0000 Successful installation of Biotech ASP Sewage Treatment Plant for a residential building Banana Island, Ikoyi, Lagos.

Blowers Tue, 30 Sep 2014 07:36:00 +0000 We work with major global manufacturers of blowers worldwide, meaning we can can supply a wide range of make and models at competitive prices. We offer FREE installation on all blowers purchased directly from our us.

Chlorine Dosing Pumps & Mixers Tue, 30 Sep 2014 07:26:25 +0000 Biotech offers a wide range of dosing and disinfection product range, from disinfection of drinking water to water treatment in highly sensitive