Is It Time to 'Bug' the System?

Microorganisms offer a sustainable, natural way to enhance the secondary treatment system of a wastewater plant
Is It Time to 'Bug' the System?
Bioaugmentation and biostimulation benefit secondary treatment processes by cutting down on BOD, filamentous bacteria and bad odors.

High BOD, backup from filamentous bacteria growth overload, and bad odors at a wastewater treatment plant all signal that something is wrong — and encourage a quick solution. Rather than calling in a civil engineer to do a full plant redesign to keep up with the high treatment...

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