The Most Agile and Effective Water Treatment System in the World


The Deployable Aerobic Aqueous Bioreactor (DAAB) is a biological wastewater treatment system with high cleaning efficiency in a small, modular unit designed for transport and use virtually anywhere. The concept was developed at the Texas Institute for Environmental Studies at Sam Houston State University but, in 2007, became a Texas State University System project. The easy-to-use technology can be activated within a 48-hour period with the capability to treat wastewater to EPA discharge standards. It requires little expertise to maintain and can be configured to run on solar and other alternate power supplies.