Biological Augmentation for Wastewater treatment referes to the use of select micro-organisms to augment the wastewater and facilitate microbial digestion of compounds. The BioReady series of natural additives, which have been working for over two and a half decades to enhance the biological degradation of slow and difficult to degrade organic chemical constituents that impact wastewater system operations. BioReady contains highly-specialized microorganisms that are selected and designed specifically to speed the biological degradation of problem compounds in waste-water systems.
Through the latest developments in biotechnology, the select micro-organisms in the BioReady cultures break down and metabolize difficult-to-degrade and toxic compounds—such as: phenols; non-ionic, anionic and cationic surfactants; chlorinated hydro-carbons; proteinaceous waste; starches, fats, oils and greases—at accelerated rates, all the way to CO2, H2O and cell mass. The cultures found in BioReady are designed to resist inhibitory concentrations of difficult-to-degrade constituents; improve system stability; and reduce system upsets and biomass kills common to industrial and municipal wastewater systems. BioReady contains both liquid and dry formulations and can be used to improve the performance of any biological wastewater system.
BioReady cultures solve difficult problems in stressed systems and make good systems operate better. BioReady is a liquid culture consortium designed to resolve the most difficult of wastewater problems. This novel culture blend can be used in conjunction with the dry blends to resolve a wide range of problems. These cultures break down and convert various toxic constituents to harmless compounds, e.g.: the degradation of phenolic compounds all the way to CO2, water and cell mass. BioReady cultures can be used in any wastewater system to maintain and improve performance. This includes lagoons, activated sludge bio-reactors, bio-towers, and aerobic and anaerobic digesters.
Cost Effectiveness: BioReady cultures can: expand system capacity; lower surcharges; reduce waste sludge generation; and reduce the use of chemicals e.g.: polymers, defoamers, etc.
System Stability: These cultures resist shock loads of chemicals, reducing upsets and kills, which may occur in waste-water treatment systems. This translates to improved system performance, stability and reduced final effluent BOD, COD and SS.