The Levapor technology has provided well over 150 municipal and industrial locations with increased efficiencies in the treatment of wastewater.  Developed in the late 1990’s by Imre Pascik and his team of scientific researchers the Levapor has expanded from it’s development in Germany, throughout Europe, India, Indonesia, China, Brazil, Mexico and now introduced to North America through Wet Tech Environmental.

Attached growth based wastewater treatment processes, commonly known as MBBR (Moving Bed Biofilm Reactor) or IFAS (integrated Fixed Film Activated Sludge) have been well proven in the wastewater industry over the past several decades.  The heart of the MBBR of IFAS process however is the bio-carriers on which the bio-film grows and continue to treat the wastewater. Many different types of bio-carriers have been developed, involving different materials, shapes and configurations which makes the fixed film or attached growth process continually more attractive for wastewater treatment.