bioaugmentation product Articles

  • Covid-19 Disinfection and Sanitizing Impact on Wastewater Treatment Plants

    Due to Covid-19 (Coronavirus) throughout the world, health officials, government leaders and others are recommending the use of disinfectants and sanitizers to clean hands and contact surfaces on a regular basis in order to reduce the transmission of this virus. These cleaning measures will most assuredly help with reducing the transfer of the disease but may undoubtedly have a negative impact on ...


    By Bioscience, Inc.

  • Good Preparation and Planning Reduces Wastewater Headaches Associated with Production Outages

    Author’s note: The terms mill and plant are used interchangeably in this article to describe an industrial manufacturing unit, such as a Pulp & Paper Mill, Petroleum Refinery, Chemical Processing Plant, Meat & Poultry Processing, etc. Plant (or mill) outages come in two types – scheduled and unplanned. Scheduled outages are generally annual affairs at roughly the same ...

  • An innovative design for an effluent treatment plant case study

    A well-known cereal manufacturer has a production plant that produces coated cereals. The production process results in a high level of COD being discharged to the waste stream. For both environmental and economic reasons they needed to reduce the strength of this effluent. Cleveland Biotech Ltd were asked to advise on possible solutions to this effluent problem. A meeting took place in February ...


    By Cleveland Biotech Ltd.

  • Bioaugmentation In Sewer Network Reduces Sludge Production

    This article describes the effectiveness of bioaugmentation in the sewer network as a strategy to reduce sludge production. Sludge is an obvious by-product generated from the physical, chemical and biological treatment processes of a wastewater treatment plant (WWTP) as shown in Figure 1. Sludge management, which includes treatment, hauling, and disposal, is one of the biggest burdens facing ...

  • Bioaugmentation in Sewer network reduces sludge production case study

    Sludge is an obvious by-product generated from the physical, chemical and biological treatment processes of a wastewater treatment plant (WWTP) as shown in Figure 1. Sludge management, which includes treatment, hauling, and disposal, is one of the biggest burdens facing municipal plants. The costs of sludge management account for 55% of the total WWTP operating cost and 35° o of the capital ...

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