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Soil BioFiltration STP
Soil Improvement
Composting
Foul Odor Control
Sludge Reduction
In the conventional treatment of wastewater, the wastewater treatment equipment relies heavily on the heavy duty blowers to blow huge amount of air 24x7 just to supply enough Oxygen to the bacteria to keep them alive. WATER has a very limited capacity to hold Oxygen when compared to SOIL and that's why centuries back life moved out of water to soil.

Sustaining life in soil is easier than sustaining in water, hence we use soil as the medium to grow these bacteria, and instead of blowers we use plants which liberate Oxygen from their roots. Our sewage treatment plants do not need electricity.

Our bioengineering of BioActive soil layer brings about the required bioconversion and rejuvenates the waste water back to fresh water again, hence the name rejuWATER™.

Composting is an integral part of waste management that involves recycling of solid waste. To understand Composting, one should be able to differentiate between Solid Waste and Organic Waste. It is only the organic waste that can be composted, hence segregation is a must. Organic waste to compost is the simplest and most effective way to replenish the soil.

Biogas out of organic waste is best suited to places which have a fairly constant temperature nearing 30 deg Celcius through out the year. Since such a condition does not apply to composting, it is a very feasible option to a very large part of the world at any time of the year.

Whether it is wastewater treatment in an STP/ETP or open drains, sludge build up reduces volume. Reduced volume decreases capacity, efficiency of the system goes down and costs increase.

Sludge/Biosolids release volatile organic compounds (VOC) that give it a characteristic smell. High BOD, COD, Fats Oils & Greases (FOGs) produce hydrogen sulfide (H2S) and ammonia (NH3). The use of our bacterial (probiotic) product called bacteRITE™ will rid any sludge treatment facility of its foul odor problem and the sludge levels reduce gradually with repeated applications.

Urine | Garbage | Manure | Fish | Food | Landfills

What causes foul odour?

All the organic matter gets in to soil one day and the process of decomposition happens in two ways:
1. When there is plenty of Oxygen within the piled up debris. Aerobic bacteria do the job (intake Oxygen give out Carbon di oxide & water)
2. When there is no Oxygen in the pile. Anaerobic bacteria do the job (no Oxygen required, give out Methane, Ammonia, Hydrogen Sulphide)

Methane, Ammonia & Hydrogen Sulphide are foul smelling gases.

Our bacterial (probiotic) product Zerodor™ consists of facultative microbes that are able to survive in both aerobic and anaerobic environments, once applied they convert the anaerobic conditions to aerobic and treat the root cause of Foul Odour.

With the continuing lack of rainfall, concerns about crop viability have grown more pressing. But, another pressing concern is soil quality.

Healthy, unbroken soils may be composed of as much as 15 percent organic soil. Unfortunately, due to long application of intensive tilling practices, many soils have plummeted down to 1 percent organic matter, or even less! With levels this low, the soils become very vulnerable to compaction and loss of porosity.

What does this have to do with the drought? Well, when organic matter levels fall so low, soil loses its ability to hold water. The complete lack of porosity makes the soil more analogous to pavement than a sponge. So whenever rain finally does arrive, it simply runs off, leaving the crops high and dry. Oftentimes, it takes the topsoil with it, causing tremendous amounts of erosion.

One of the long-term solution is to increase soil microbe levels.

Soil BioFiltration

Composting

Sludge Reduction

Foul Odour Control

Soil Improvement
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