“Water Environment Improvement Model Program in Asia” of the Ministry of Environment of Japan adopted our project
Our project of the treatment of Pal Oil Mill Effluent (“POME”) in Malaysia is accepted “Water Environment Improvement Model Program in Asia” by the Ministry of environment of Japan. (the Ministry of environment of Japan’s press release is published here. *written in Japanese)
Though this program, we will carry out the development and pilot test of the treatment system for POME with foamed glass “Porous Alpha”.
Porous Alpha produced from recycling waste glass can be used as a microbe media. The microbes originally present in wastewater can be inhabited in the pores of Porous Alpha, and BOD and COD of the wastewater is reduced by the microbe’s decomposing the organic matter when wastewater passes through Porous Alpha.
In Malaysia, the world’s second-largest palm oil producer, POME discharged in the large quantities in the process to produce palm oil occurs the issue of river water pollution, soil and air pollution.
We aim to solve these environmental issues in Malaysia by the development of inexpensive and simple treatment technology using Porous Alpha.
We continue to contribute global environmental issues such as water and food security and achievement of SDGs (Sustainable Development Goals) through Porous Alpha, multi-functional porous material made by recycling glass waste.
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