microbial biodegradation Equipment

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Biodegradable Polyethylene Additive

by BioSphere Plastic LLP     based in Portland, OREGON (USA)

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 ...

PermeOx Plus - Enhanced Aerobic Biodegradation

by Cornelsen Umwelttechnologie GmbH     based in Essen, GERMANY

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 ...

Powder Biodegradable Additive

by BioSphere Plastic LLP     based in Portland, OREGON (USA)

BioSphere’s unique ability to transform plastic articles into microbial feasts has allowed them to design a product specific for applications in need of powder formulations. The additive which is designed to be used in custom master batch compounding for clients and applications where a powder additive is desired under 300 um particle size.

Oxygen Release Compound (ORC)

by REGENESIS     based in San Clemente, CALIFORNIA (USA)

Oxygen Release Compound (ORC) is a proprietary formulation of phosphate-intercalated magnesium peroxide that, when hydrated, produces a controlled release of oxygen for periods of up to 12 months on a single application.

Oxygen Release Compound Advanced (ORC Advanced)

by REGENESIS     based in San Clemente, CALIFORNIA (USA)

Advanced Formula Oxygen Release Compound (ORC Advanced) is a proprietary formulation of food-grade, calcium oxy-hydroxide that produces a controlled-release of molecular oxygen for period of up to 12 months upon hydration.

Waterloo Emitter - Model 703 - Enhanced Bioremediation Device

by Solinst Canada Ltd.     based in Georgetown, ONTARIO (CANADA)

The Waterloo Emitter is a simple, low cost device designed for the bioremediation of contaminated groundwater. Sized to fit 2', 4' and 6' (50, 100 and 150 mm) wells and boreholes, can be installed in stacks vertically or horizontally to ensure full coverage of the contaminant plume. The controlled release of oxygen and various other amendments ...

Hydrogen Release Compound (HRC)

by REGENESIS     based in San Clemente, CALIFORNIA (USA)

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.


Quick Scan - Soil / Compost Analyzer

by Challenge Technology     based in Springdale, ARKANSAS (USA)

The Quick Scan Soil / Compost Analyzer utilizes four specially designed reaction chambers, for use with solids, such as, soil, compost or plastics in biodegradability studies.

BioNutraTech - Bioremediation Biotechnology

by BioNutraTech, Inc.     based in Porter, TEXAS (USA)

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 ...

Newman Zone - Model QR (Quick Release) - Soluble Electron Donor for In Situ Bioremediation

by RNAS Remediation Products     based in Brooklyn Center, MINNESOTA (USA)

Newman Zone QR is a blend of food grade electron donors, nutrients, cofactors and vitamins designed to stimulate rapid microbial growth. In microcosm studies, Newman Zone QR reduced PCE to ethene in half the time compared to sodium lactate. Common applications include anaerobic bioremediation of chlorinated solvents, nitrated explosives (RDX, HMX, ...

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