Bioclean NL

Bioclean NL is a proprietary formulation of selective microbes for in-situ treatment of nallahs. Use of Bioclean NL results in maximum sludge reduction and it ensures odourfree and rapid degradation of organic pollutants in nallah water. Bioclean NL technology suppresses the growth of coliforms and Vibrio spp. in polluted water, improving water quality and clarity.

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Testimonials

  • Ashok, The Alleppey Company Ltd, Kerala

    I have been using Bioclean Aqua Fish for the past seven months in my Koi pond. I have seen a significant difference in algal growth in the pond. The TDS metre reading of water is an indication that this product works well to disperse solids and I can see the bottom of my pond. I used to clean my mechanical filter daily, but after using Bioclean Aqua Fish, weekly cleaning is all that is required. There is an improvement in the feed intake as well.

  • Manisha Pradhan, Pollution Control Officer, Thane Municipal Corporation

    Organica has done a good job of bioremediating Railadevi Lake. All the pollution parameters are under control using their facultative bacterial technology. The lake is in good condition.

  • S. P. Ramani, Pollution Control Officer, Thane Municipal Corporation

    After receiving several complaints from residents about foul odour, we carried out a successful trial on a 1 km stretch of Rabodi Nallah in Thane using Organica's technology. In 35 days there has been a significant reduction in pollution parameters as well foul odour. A survey of local residents has validated the success of the program.

Case Studies

Wastewater treatment that leaves your ETP smelling of roses

Our clients are one of India’s top manufacturers of organic and aromatic chemicals, essential oils, and perfumery chemicals. They were effected by several issues in the ETP at their plant in Gujarat, including coloured effluent and odour, when they approached us for help.

CleanMaxx: complete 360 degree wastewater treatment

Our clients, one of India’s most loved apparels brand, were experiencing issues with the ETP at their fabric manufacturing plant in Madhya Pradesh. High COD levels, high levels of oil and grease and colour from fabric dyes were the issues their wastewater engineers asked us for help with.

The sacred cow of effluent treatment

Ineffective reduction of COD and high TDS were the major issues affecting the effluent treatment plant (ETP) for our client, a leading manufacturer of agricultural chemicals, pesticides, fungicides and intermediates, when they approached us for a solution.