Remediation Of Waterways

Remediation Of Waterways

Organic enzymes for lake, stream, and estuary remediation.
Bioremediation is defined as the utilization of enzymes, used to stimulate naturally occurring bacteria to break down hazardous organic compounds into harmless compounds.

The capacity of microbial life to degrade organic components is controlled by both select enzyme and inducer molecule stimulation that catalyzes and triggers the action of specific oxidation. The application of bio-stimulant acts as a "trigger" and "on switch" for the genetic material of various indigenous microbial life forms, and thus serves as an inducer molecule to awaken dormant microorganisms.
Bio-stimulant includes the utilization of specific, USDA authorized inducer molecules that stimulate naturally occurring, indigenous microbial life to break down or compost hazardous or undesirable organic compounds.
Microbial life is pervasive in any ecosystem. Existing, for example, in all geological soils and animal waste, and under all climatic conditions. This microbial life is extremely aggressive under the appropriate circumstances and with adequate stimulation. These microorganisms were created to be very competitive in performing nature's assigned tasks. This process is how ecological balance is maintained for a specific location.

The presence of large amounts of organic matter causes a great demand for oxygen due to the intense activity of the microorganisms.
Bio-Stimulant contains a carefully developed system which keeps water in a constant state of oxygen saturation. It includes an ecologically-balanced combination of stimulants that serve as bio-activators or "triggers" and remain active over wide ranges of temperature and other conditions.

A proprietary blend of naturally occurring microbes, enzymes, nutrients and growth stimulants with a unique oxygen release system. Disbursable in tablet, pellet, powder and liquid form.

Bio-remediation is powerful and demonstrates dynamic benefits:
Fast and thorough composting of chemicals and organic waste.
Transforms waste and chemicals into highly beneficial material.
Increases oxygen levels
Prevents algae
Improves quality and smell of water
Provides a more healthy habitat for fish
Is as very cost effective method of reclaiming and maintaining pristine waterways.

May be poured directly into the water body, or sprayed over the surface of the water. Weekly applications are optimal.

PH: Optimum of 7, minimum of 4.5, maximum of 9.0
DO (dissolved oxygen): Optimum 3 PPM +, minimum of 2 PPM
C/N (carbon/nitrogen ratio): Optimum 10:1, maximum 20:1
Temperature: Optimum 30° C, Minimum 19° C, Maximum 49° C


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