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Anaerobic Digestion Microbe services

  • Renewable Energy

    Turning Earth will use anaerobic digestion technology to convert organics into renewable energy. Here is how it works. Anaerobic digestion is a biological process that occurs in the absence of oxygen (which is what the term anaerobic means). Anaerobic microbes consume organic matter, eventually converting what they consume into a methane rich ...

    By Turning Earth based in Brewster, NEW YORK (USA).

  • Waste Water Treatment - Municipal & Industrial Waste

    Returning water resources to natural and vital eco-systems is possible using beneficial systems provided by BioLynceus proprietary water remediation solutions. Changing weather conditions will erode the natural biology of water. Repopulation of naturally occurring microbes and digestive enzymes is required to return fresh water resources back to ...

    By BioLynceus, Inc based in Lyons, COLORADO (USA).

  • Sources of Odour

    Odour producing substances in wastewater, sludges and animal farming are small, relatively volatile molecules having low molecular weights. Most of these substances result from anaerobic decomposition of organic matter containing sulfur and nitrogen with gaseous formation including hydrogen sulfide and ammonia.

    By BioSmart Scientific Ltd based in Kitchener, ONTARIO (CANADA).

  • Services

    The anaerobic process employed in the facility has several unique features that set it apart from other similar processes such as those employed traditionally at municipal sewage treatment facilities as well as aerobic composting technologies marketed by competitors.  These features include the following:

    By EcoCorp based in Pasadena, CALIFORNIA (USA).

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    Microbial Identifications Services

    GC-FAME (Gas Chromatographic Fatty Acid Methyl Ester): Also known as Cellular Fatty Acid Analysis, allows for bacterial or yeast identification based on the specific fatty acid composition of the cell wall. Fatty acids are extracted from cultured samples and are separated by gas chromatography. A computer generated, unique profile pattern of the ...

    By Microbe Inotech Laboratories, Inc based in St. Louis, MISSOURI (USA). from Food Safety & Nutrition Services Service line

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