Testimonials

  • Keren Malachi, M.Sc, Process Engineer (Consultant)

    I have an experience working with the SBP technology in domestic wastewater treatment and found this technology promising to use: Increasing processes stability, allowing challenging with exceed inflow loads and inducing better effluents quality. The technology is also in use to treat industrial wastewater and allowing to avoid the need for sludge growing and circulating, as well, associated infrastructure and operational activities.

    Keren Malachi, M.Sc, Process Engineer (Consultant)
  • Prof. Dror Avisar, Director of the Water Research Center, Tel Aviv University, Israel

    The technology is a game changing technology, which may effects on many environmental implications.

    Prof. Dror Avisar, Director of the Water Research Center, Tel Aviv University, Israel
  • Prof. Hassan Azaizeh, R&D Galilee Society, Israel

    My group tested the SBP technology under lab conditions and we were able to biodegrade a very high concentration of phenols. The SBP technology protects the encapsulated microbes and gives them better conditions to produce various enzymes to biodegrade various toxic compounds. Therefore, I have the pleasure to recommend the promising technology of SBP.

    Prof. Hassan Azaizeh, R&D Galilee Society, Israel
  • Michael Rachin, Chief  Technical Officer, Aqua Green

    Bio Castle's SBP product has been used in Aqua Green Systems for the purpose of treating and reducing nitrate and nitrite in outlet water both as an aerobic and anaerobic filter. The capsules took significant effect within a few hours - starting with the reduction of nitrite- then following nitrate with consistent results lasting several months. Since the capsules can be used immediately, they are excellent in case of emergency - for instances where a systems filters collapse or fail then they can be used as an immediate replacement. SBP capsules require very little maintenance and can work with a good size of water - 100 liters to thousands of cubic meters with zero impact on livestock.

    Michael Rachin, Chief Technical Officer, Aqua Green
  • Danny Maoz, Chief of Operation (COO), Ochel Beity

    We are using the SBP technology treating our wastewater over 3 years and the results are excellent. By using the SBP technology, we were manage to simplify the treatment process, resulting in in infrastructure and operational activity cost saving.

    Danny Maoz, Chief of Operation (COO), Ochel Beity
  • Dr. Ran Suckeveriene Faculty Member Department of Water industry engineering, Kinneret College on the Sea of Galilee, Israel

    The ever-growing need for water treatment solutions, in advanced waste water treatment plants for example, have led to innovative solutions. One of these solution is the use of Small Bioreactors Platform (SBP) technology, where tailored biological agents are trapped inside confide cellulose capsules. The biological activity of such SBP capsule was studied with emphasis to different arrays and flow type. This innovative solution can be modified to meet both the bio-reaction requirements and the flow regimen, i.e. natural or forced flow. The SBP capsules involves multi-disciplinary study, including biology, materials and process engineering. Thus it is highly recommended solution.

    Dr. Ran Suckeveriene Faculty Member Department of Water industry engineering, Kinneret College on the Sea of Galilee, Israel
  • Prof. Hadas Mamane Steindel, School of Mechanical Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, Tel Aviv University, Israel

    During the past 2 years, I had studied with Ofir the SBP technology that he developed for bio-degradation of trace organic compounds especially, for difficult industrial wastewater and also we combined studies on reactive species with bio-degradation processes. The technology is capable to treat selectively contaminants in a relatively short hydraulic retention time, enabling the technology be applicable for full configuration treatment. Ofir is an "out-of-the-box" researcher and friend and we enjoy imagining and exploring crazy scientific ideas and combinations, and that's why it's a lot of fun with him.

    Prof. Hadas Mamane Steindel, School of Mechanical Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, Tel Aviv University, Israel
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