Lifequest World Corp. (OTC Markets: LQWC) mission is to become a global technology leader in low-cost, low-maintenance, eco-friendly, decentralized wastewater treatment. Our core competency is well-established in sewage waste water treatment, and we intend to rapidly add solutions for treatment of effluents in textile, tannery, fisheries, dairy and processed water industries. Areas around world are becoming water stressed and wastewater treatment and reuse is becoming paramount.

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BioPipe Global Corp is a wholly owned subsidiary of LQWC. BioPipe’s core focus is on decentralized wastewater reclamation using eco-friendly technologies. This is the process of converting wastewater for reuse and to meet strict local discharge standards.

Traditional centralized wastewater treatment systems are expensive, energy-intensive and chemical-dependent. The world is seeking sustainable solutions through decentralized wastewater treatment which “get back to nature” while using 21st century technologies and management.

Reuse may include irrigation of gardens and agricultural fields or replenishing surface water and groundwater. Reused water may also be directed toward fulfilling certain needs in residences (e.g. toilet flushing), businesses and industry, and where necessary, treated to reach drinking water standards.

The reuse of wastewater has long been established as critically important for irrigation, especially in arid countries. According to the World Bank, there will be a 40 percent global shortfall between supply and demand of water by 2030. And by 2025, approximately 1.8 billion people will be living in regions with “absolute water scarcity.” The World Bank also estimates that 70 percent of water use today is for agriculture. A projected global population of 9 billion by 2050 is expected to require a 60 percent increase in agricultural production and a 15 percent increase in water withdrawals. Recycled water can meet some of this need, benefited by the nutrient content inherent in wastewater. And only mid-range treatment levels would be required, as irrigation can be accomplished while minimizing the potential for human contact with the recycled water. Reusing wastewater as part of sustainable water management allows water to remain as an alternative water source for human activities. This can reduce scarcity and alleviate pressures on groundwater and other natural water bodies. At the nexus between unusable wastewater and clean water, lies BioPipe:

BioPipe is a revolutionary wastewater treatment system.

Patented in 55 countries, Biopipe is a highly scalable, eco-friendly and extremely cost-effective wastewater treatment with a broad installed base. It is the planet’s first biological wastewater treatment system where the process takes place entirely inside the pipe and

  • has an extremely small foot print which allows it to be installed in places of high population density and commercial buildings

  • virtually silent

  • odor free

  • zero sludge

  • very low energy consumption

  • discharge meets strict European Union standards

The first biological wastewater treatment pipe!

Wastewater Tank
Store the inorganic waste and wastewater.

Circulation Pump
Separate the organic materials and to propel water into Biopipe.

Biopipe bacteria engages with pollutants and eliminates them from wastewater. Air is automatically vacuumed by the pressure difference in order to allow aerobic bacteria to further treat the wastewater.

Cartridge Filter
Wastewater then passes through a cartridge filter or equivalent and a UV filter to complete the treatment. The treated water can then be used directly or stored in a clean water tank.

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BioPipe biowaste treatment pipe


Waste water treatment for solids separation and flotation technology (SSF).

The Abrimix process has been developed to provide rapid accelerated results within the application the technology has been installed. The technology utilises and maximises certain key principles of engineering and chemistry to attain the achieved desired results.

  • From an engineering perspective, the technology provides extremely high rates of mixing, in the order of + 20 000. Reynolds numbers from which additional benefits are derived.

  • From a chemistry perspective, The technology utilises an elevated pressure environment of + 200 kPa to increase the rate of reaction to achieve the end point required rapidly for the particular function required within the process.

The combination of the two key principals has enabled Abrimix to successfully achieve the results consistently whilst outperforming equivalent conventional marketed equipment as shown within the examples of various application results achieved by Abrimix.

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Milk processing plant discharge treated (left) untreated (right)
Milk processing plant discharge treated (left) untreated (right)