This study focused on pioneering work on the development of Marine Bio-waste Active Ultrafiltration (MBA-UF) Membrane for dyes waste water treatment. The environmental and subsequent health effects of dyes released in textile industry wastewater are becoming subject to scientific scrutiny. By using well-established phase inversion process, new formulation of MBA-UF membrane with present of important key materials, active agent (AA) and hydroxyapetite (HA). The role of HA materials for producing of low pressure MBA-UF was also discovered which is below than 2 bars, experimental data on the dyes treatment showed about 95% of color removal and 80% of COD rejection. Moreover, modeling data on key properties that are pore size, surface charge and morphological structures of the MBA-UF membranes showed very promising results. Furthermore, dyes treatment process demonstrated of 35% of energy saving by addition of optimum weight percent of HA. Ultimately, the attachment of HA into the membranes was found to be very significant towards performances-properties as well as more selective active skin layer.