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  • Biopipe Global enters US Market with Shipment of its Revolutionary Sludge-Free Biological Wastewater Treatment Plant to California

    Published on July 10, 2020

    Ridgefield Park, NJ:  Lifequest World (LQWC) subsidiary Biopipe, the world’s first biological and only scalable sludge and chemical free wastewater treatment technology, has shipped its 1st plant to the United States with a capacity of 10 cubic meters per day (2,640 gallons per day), to be installed at a campground in Southern California. The plant was manufactured in Turkey in spite of the Covid-19 disruptions, which have shut down procurement from the company’s primary manufacturer in India.

    Enes Kutluca, the CEO of Biopipe, said, “This is also the first fully assembled and ready to install plant we have shipped from Turkey. We have implemented a new process with our manufacturer, PIMTAS, which will allow us to ship ready-to-install systems with capacity ranging from 2 to 15 cubic meters per day. We recognize that the California Water Board (CWB) is one of the toughest water regulators in the world, but we are confident that we will meet their effluent discharge standards”

    Max Khan, the President & CEO of Lifequest, said, “We did not intend to enter the US market until 2021, due to the regulatory hurdles and certifications required, and our focus on Asia and Africa. But with strong interest from several states, we decided to start with the toughest. California faces an intractable water crisis and recycling wastewater is the only way out. Our Biopipe system is an effective solution for onsite wastewater treatment, as it produces non-potable water that can be reused. California represents an enormous opportunity for Biopipe.”