microbial biodegradation Equipment

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PermeOx Plus - Enhanced Aerobic Biodegradation

by Cornelsen Umwelttechnologie GmbH

Successful bioremediation of petroleum contamination through aerobic microbial respiration depends on a number of factors including the presence of appropriate microbes, nutrients, electron donors and terminal electron acceptors. In the aerobic metabolism of petroleum contaminants, oxygen acts as a terminal electron acceptor and petroleum ...

5000 - Nutri-Bio

by A&V Envirotech

Nutri-Bio5000 is a patented complex formulation designed to promote emulsification and natural biodegradation of oils found in ship bilge water. Microbes capable of degrading motor oils, diesel fuel, gasoline, and grease are commonly found in most bodies of fresh water and salt water. If sufficient quantities of oxygen and nutrients are present a ...

Biodegradable Polyethylene Additive

by BioSphere Plastic LLP

Biodegradable Polyethylene Additive is used to enhance the biodegradation of plastic by adding in hydrophilic parameters to the polymer chain. Polyethylene by itself can be consumed by microorganisms, as we have seen by the Staff at Ben-Gurion University in Israel. We enhance their reaction time in the biodegradation process and allow for these ...

Hydrogen Release Compound (HRC)

by REGENESIS

HRC is a controlled release, electron donor material, that when hydrated is specifically designed to produce a controlled release of lactic acid. The newly available lactic acid is critical for the production of hydrogen to fuel anaerobic biodegradation processes in soil and groundwater.

Hydrocarbon - EM - Enhance & Enable Deep in Situ Aerobic Hydrocarbon Bioremediation

by Clean Earth Solutions Ltd.

Hydrocarbon EM is designed to enhance and enable deep in situ aerobic hydrocarbon bioremediation. Petroleum hydrocarbons are emulsified upon contact and held in suspension throughout the bioremediation process. This microbe supporting emulsion will not phase out. It enhances bioremediation by increasing bioavailability, attenuating microbe ...

Eco Pure - Plastic Additive

by Bio-Tec Environmental LLC

Plastic materials display many unique properties and have contributed greatly to our quality of life. Plastics, when properly applied, will perform functions at a cost that other materials cannot match. Plastics are used in our clothing, housing, automobiles, aircraft, packaging, electronics, signs, recreation items, and medical implants to name ...

Hydrogen Release Compound [eXtended] (HRC-X)

by REGENESIS

HRC-X is a controlled release, electron donor material, that when hydrated is specifically designed to produce an extended, controlled release of lactic acid. The newly available lactic acid is critical for the production of hydrogen to fuel anaerobic biodegradation processes in soil and groundwater. HRC-X contains more lactic acid than HRC and is ...

BioNutraTech - Bioremediation Biotechnology

by BioNutraTech, Inc.

Nature knows how to heal itself from both natural and man-made mishaps through biodegradation, the world’s oldest cleaner. Biodegradation is the natural process whereby microorganisms alter and break down organic molecules. Natural communities of microbes are amazingly versatile. They can carry out biodegradation in almost every type of ...

Advanced Voc Control Technology

by PRD Tech, Inc.

Limiting hazardous air pollutants (HAPs) emission from industrial operations and waste treatment facilities became a national priority in 1990 with passage of the Clean Air Act amendments. The trend towards stricter air emissions regulation is spreading throughout the world, leading to developments such as biofiltration for effective air ...

NewmanZone - Line of Vegetable Oil Emulsion Products

by RNAS Remediation Products

Newman Zone® (US Patent 6,806,078) combines fast-release slow-release electron donors designed to enhance in-situ bioremediation of chlorinated solvents and other anaerobically degradable contaminants (certain toxic metals, perchlorate, and nitrate).  Fermentation of the vegetable oil may support anaerobic biodegradation for as long as ...

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