Collection system treatment with Bio-Organic Catalyst case study


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The use of a Bio-Organic Catalyst (BOC) offers a new green chemistry tool to solving the chronic and systemic challenges of nearly all collection systems, including:

  • Slime Layers
  • Noxious Odors
  • Grease Blockages
  • Dissolved Oxygen Levels in Sewage Wastewater
  • Corrosion of Infrastructure

Collection System Maintenance
The formation of slime layers and grease blockages within collection systems is chronic in most drainage systems and sewers. The degree of severity will be determined by numerous factors, including; grease interceptors, system design and flow restrictions, pump stations, forced mains, and climate conditions.

  • Changes in hydraulic dynamics, such as sewage water dropping into a well, will release noxious odors (H2S), and eventually, cause corrosion within the collection system infrastructure.
  • If dissolved oxygen (DO) levels can be maintained at greater than 1.0 mg/L, this H2S gas release will be minimized.

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