100% Australian owned, Bioaction specialises in design, manufacture, and installation of modular filtration systems that eliminate or mitigate odorous, hazardous, and corrosive gases. Engineering, manufacturing, and construction activities are performed at Bioaction’s Tuggerah, New South Wales facility, and we supply Australia-wide with export expansion on the near horizon. The business works collaboratively with customers in assessing their needs to deliver the best solution using advanced system modelling.
Our Commitment to Quality and Compliance
Bioaction understands the safety, health and environmental implications of the odours and emissions generated by your industrial processes and conditions. We can provide solutions to support your compliance requirements.
We are an ISO certified organisation so you can be assured that we work to rigorous international standards for quality, safety and environmental compliance. View and Download our policies below:
Peter and Larry Botham founded Bioaction as a family business with a focus on biofiltration technologies.
Investigating bioreactor media in collaboration with the Environmental Biotechnology Cooperative Research Centre
Mars Foods (Berkeley Vale NSW) Biofilter fitted to liquid waste balance tank
Bioaction acquires the assets of BL Camtek Technologies and commence supplying activated carbon filters
Developed the first low pressure vent filter system called FiltaVent
Located at Tuggerah NSW, allowing greater capacity
Melbourne Water Corporation Eastern Treatment Plant
Project commenced with refurbishment of the largest “open bed” biofilter in Australia
Excellence in Innovation
Business of the Year
Global Energy Kingdom of Saudi Arabia FV80 installation at wastewater pump station
Developed full internal manufacturing capacity
Utilising the most recent 2nd Generation Twin-walled HDPE, FiltaMod was released.
Won important supplier panel contracts
Factory visit by Ed Husic, Member of the Australian House of Representatives - Shadow Minister for Innovation and Industry and Emma McBride, the Federal Member for Dobell in the Australian House of Representatives