Providing water treatment solutions throughout the Philippines

ABOUT

EHS Bioproducts Inc offers the following for water treatment:

Supply of chemicals, bio-augmentation products, media filters
Supply of equipment like pumps, water meters, blowers, diffusers
Design and Install water treatment plants
Operate and Maintain water treatment plant facilities

CORE VALUES

EHS takes pride in providing high value products and services that the company can stand behind, which ensure customer satisfaction and profitability. The company practices professionalism, discipline and transparency to achieve service excellence standards. EHS employees go the extra mile for their customers. EHS proudly upholds the values of truthfulness, honesty and sincerity. EHS follows through on its commitments. Quality, service excellence and integrity are core values ingrained in the work of EHS. Credibility, dedication and passion grow EHS.

EHS aims to be recognized as the Total Solution Company for Water Treatment by its customers, suppliers and competitors.

EHS stands for Environment that is Healthy and Safe.

EHS Bioproducts helps build a clean and green environment by providing economically and ecologically efficient products to industries.

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The Power of Mangroves

The province of Bohol, in the Philippines, is blessed with mangroves.  Bohol have mangrove forests around its river systems, waterways and  islands. Bohol has one of the highest biologically diverse mangrove ecosystems with 26 mangrove species found on its shores. As a country, the Philippines has 47 species out of the 54 species of true mangroves.  Mangroves are salt-tolerant trees that vary in size.   Mangroves have adapted to living in salt and brackish water conditions. They require slow currents and fine sediment in which to set their roots. Did you know that mangroves store more carbon than terrestrial forests? They have the capacity to take far more carbon out of the atmosphere than terrestrial forests; a patch of mangroves could absorb 10 times the carbon of a similarly sized patch of terrestrial forest. Despite the fact that they help in fighting climate change, they are not immune from the effects …

The Philippine Clean Water Act (RA 9275)

The Philippines, being ranked 4th in the world among countries with the longest coastline with a water area of 1830 sq. km., implements a Clean Water Act to protect its water resources versus the rising population of the country. The law promotes quality management for all bodies of water. The Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) takes the lead in the implementation of the Clean Water Act (CWA). The Local Government Units, on the other hand, takes responsibility in the management and improvement of water quality in their jurisdiction. Based on the CWA, the following are the prohibited acts: a) Discharging, depositing or causing to be deposited material of any kind directly or indirectly into the water bodies or along the margins of any surface water, where, the same shall be liable to be washed into such surface water, either by tide action or by storm, floods or otherwise, …

“TepokLamok – Dengue Sapok”

DID YOU KNOW: June is the Dengue Awareness Month? On April 21st 1998, former president Fidel V. Ramos declared June as the Dengue Awareness Month. According to Department of Health (DOH) a total of 131, 827 dengue cases were reported in 2017 and dengue is now emerging disease and considered as the vector-borne viral disease affecting mankind. Since June is a start of raining season, DOH established the “TepokLamok-Dengue Sapok’ program- A simultaneous cleanup operation and elimination of mosquito breeding places. Did you know, there are some plants and herbs that can plant in your house as a natural mosquito repellent? We listed 5 common herbs which are easy to grow here in the Philippines: Citronella – it is a beautiful clumping grass that emits strong aroma. That aroma repels mosquitoes by masking scents attractive to mosquitoes, such as Carbon Dioxide and Lactic Acid which is found in the human …