Why IWTS

INTEGRATED WASTE TREATMENT SOLUTION (IWTS)

Adoption of Anaerobic Digestion Systems:

As long standing stakeholders in the Waste Management Industry, we are aware of the struggles that come with sewage management within and outside Lagos.

It is in the light of the above that we proudly present for your consideration a proposal to radically re-orient your sewage management system and put in place a state of the art technology that is 100% full proof and in tune with the prevailing global shift toward proper management of the environment.

The Technology sets out to demonstrate a strong technical capability, reasonable financial proposal and a documentation of a track record of relevant experience in the design, construction and commissioning of the biogas systems.

Kindly find attached in detailed, the scope of activities with its relevant cost of implementation and benefits among others to facilitate decision-making.

If implemented;
1. This system will completely solve your sewage system problems.
2. There will be no more EVACUATION of sludge.
3. Create clean and healthy alternative water source to service your green areas.
4. Produce Biogas (Methane Gas) which could be utilized to power low mechanical systems and or as direct source of energy for cooking.
5. Allow your facility to live up to the commitment to Style, Class and Comfort and Clean Environment.

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
1) Due to the water table in Lagos, location and population, septic tank capacity may be stretched. Water may seep into the septic tanks; inadequate size of sewage treatment plant where available will result in constant and regular evacuation. Most facilities in Lekki corridor, Victoria Island, Apapa, Gbagada and elsewhere have to carry out onsite EVACUATION OF SEWAGE TOO FREQUENTLY, with an average of about two trips per week at a cost of ₦20,000 to ₦30,000 per trip.

2) The phasing out of septic tank handling of sewage in Ghana and Nigeria is the result of the environmental impacts of inappropriate off-site disposal of untreated sludge dislodged from septic tanks in both countries. The lack of third party treatment systems has resulted on the discharge of septic tank sludge in the country’s wetland and the large marine ecosystem. Septic tanks have become significant land-based sources of pollution with implications of poor sanitation and public-health related hazards.

3) The biogas technology has been selected by clients based on the benefit/ performance of the technology in most institutions across the two Countries. The technology has been installed and successfully being used in reputable Churches, hotels, institutions and shopping malls in both Ghana and Nigeria such as such as;

a. The Elevation Church Lekki, Lagos
b. RCCG (City of David) Vitoria Island, Lagos.
c. Jubilee House (Seat of Presidency) - Ghana.
d. Protea Hotel Select - Owerri.
e. Protea Hotel Select - Takoradi-Ghana.
f. Transparent Plaza Bayelsa State.
g. Ashesi University – Ghana.
h. Central University – Ghana.
i. Ashaiman Polyclinic - Ghana.
j. Onitsha shopping Mall.
l. Nairabet Head office Igbo-Efon Lekki.
m. Cooper 24 Towers, Ikoyi, Lagos.
n. 8 Block of duplexes at Ikate Roundabout Lekki.
Several animal farms and domestic Homes.

4) The biogas system will comprise of a digester as a primary treatment for the sewage stream, a secondary innovative enzyme technology for reduction of COD, BOD, TSS FOG and clarity for the biogas effluent and the non-sewer wastewater generation, and tertiary treatment by carbon filters and disinfection before recycle of proportions for irrigation and ultimate discharge of unused fractions to storm drainage or potential local farmers for irrigation.

5) The system thus offers a cost effective, climate-friendly and low impact technology solution for the facilities operations that meets the 3Ps sustainable philosophy (Prosperity-People and Planet).

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