Waste to Health- turning pollution into resources
Cleaning Ganga
Lead Article
Lead Poster


Conversion of Sea-water
What is 'Clean'?
Sanitation in Human Habitation
Salt Remediation Honoured

Another View of Sanitation & Health


The technology of BioSanitizer Ecochips has been developed by Dr Uday Bhawalkar of Bhawalkar Ecological Research Institute (BERI), Pune, India.

After a graduation in chemical Engineering from IIT BOMBAY, he could spend nearly 4 decades to study laws of Nature. This not only gave him a PhD at his alma matter, but also created 4 patents. The technology has undergone continuous refinements subsequently. BioSanitizer Ecochips have become more compact, high speed and versatile, just like modern smart phones.

What is BioSanitizer Ecochip technology?

Global warming is being discussed for several years but there is no practical cost-effective remedy available. Other challenges are inorganic and toxic organic pollution.
Even the USA is not ready to cut down emission because they think it will harm their economy that is already suffering from recession.
Current remedies are costly and cannot be used willingly.
More tree plantation is seen as a practical remedy. But tree plantation is not easy in cities where industries are concentrated.
100 mg of BioSanitizer Ecochip= 1 acre of natural forest in action(converting pollution into resources). So BioSanitizer is a compact forest.
BioSanitizer is used in polluted liquids or gases/air. Invisible plants start growing at a rate that is 1,000 times faster than normal trees. This creates healthy(health-giving) water or air and this helps growth of real trees without human help, even on barren land.
Here, inorganics, carbon dioxide and heat become raw materials for the first reaction that produces active oxygen. And active oxygen takes care of toxic organics, odour, pathogens and pests, also produces nourishing organic (food enriched) water and air. This feeds the ecology.









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