Aerobic Treatment


Aerobic treatment is a biological process that utilises oxygen to decompose organic waste. It relies on aerobic microorganisms like bacteria and fungi, which thrive in oxygen-rich environments. Aerobic treatment helps reduce the adverse environmental effects associated with waste accumulation and disposal by facilitating the natural breakdown of organic waste.

Aerobic treatment offers several environmental benefits. Firstly, it promotes the efficient decomposition of organic waste, thereby reducing the release of greenhouse gases, mainly methane. It also minimises the potential for water and soil pollution by breaking down organic pollutants and converting them into harmless byproducts. Additionally, aerobic treatment contributes to the conservation of natural resources by producing nutrient-rich compost suitable for enhancing soil quality and supporting sustainable agriculture.


Aerobic treatment offers an effective and sustainable solution for managing organic waste.

Harnessing the power of oxygen and aerobic microorganisms.

Renewable energy source biogas that can replace fossil fuels.