Microbster – The robust eco-friendly input for Biomass Development

With the world’s water consumption doubling every 20 years and the unchecked use & untreated release of water by industries, the perils of inefficient wastewater treatment have recently come to the fore.

Wastewater from homes and industries contains a variety of contaminants like solids, organic & inorganic compounds which may be toxic. Conventional biological treatment is minimally effective, time-consuming & expensive. The effluents discharged by industries are let out into ponds and rivers and have become a major cause of concern for the danger they pose to human health and the environment at large.

Though the method of wastewater treatment varies according to effluent characteristics, the volume of effluents and levels of toxicity; wastewater – domestic, municipal or industrial contains one common characteristic – the breakdown of organic matter by bacterial digestion. This contains microorganisms that can be classified as – aerobic microorganisms (require oxygen), anaerobic microorganisms (don’t require oxygen) and facultative (those that can survive with or without oxygen).

To purify this water and to remove toxic & nontoxic chemicals from it, Effluent Treatment Plants (ETPs) are used by companies. These ETPs use chemicals like Urea and Di-Ammonium Phosphate (DAP). But these have proved to be a costly affair.

To meet the stringent pollution control norms, there is a need to provide the highest quality work within a budget. Keeping this in view, more companies have begun to see the advantages of biological treatment. The use of a blend of bacterial colonies has proven to be a cost-effective solution in place of the conventional urea & DAP.

MICROBSTER – A powerful and rich blend of biostimulants & special compounds, is a nutrient enriched bacterial additive that provides all the vital elements required to initiate and boost the growth of microflora in the wastewater treatment plant – something that conventional additives lack.

At just 1/4th usage as that of UREA-DAP, it special compounds help microbes survive & grow in the harsh conditions of the ETP. It enhances MLSS development and improves the BOD & COD reduction. While preventing an unwanted addition of chemicals, its biostimulants boost the performance of microbes in the ETP, aid in the uptake of recalcitrant compounds and reduce the recovery time after an upset.

MICROBSTER is unaffected by moisture and its gel-form of the product facilitates easy transportation and storage of the product.

A plant-based nutrient for biomass development, MICROBSTER leads to 80 – 85 per cent reduction in organic matter. It helps companies adhere to the norms laid down by the State Pollution Control Boards (SPCBs) and the Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) while reducing the overall capex/opex costs.  

With the world’s water consumption doubling every 20 years and the unchecked use & untreated release of water by industries, the perils of inefficient wastewater treatment have recently come to the fore.

Wastewater from homes and industries contains a variety of contaminants like solids, organic & inorganic compounds which may be toxic. Conventional biological treatment is minimally effective, time-consuming & expensive. The effluents discharged by industries are let out into ponds and rivers and have become a major cause of concern for the danger they pose to human health and the environment at large.

Though the method of wastewater treatment varies according to effluent characteristics, the volume of effluents and levels of toxicity; wastewater – domestic, municipal or industrial contains one common characteristic – the breakdown of organic matter by bacterial digestion. This contains microorganisms that can be classified as – aerobic microorganisms (require oxygen), anaerobic microorganisms (don’t require oxygen) and facultative (those that can survive with or without oxygen).

To purify this water and to remove toxic & nontoxic chemicals from it, Effluent Treatment Plants (ETPs) are used by companies. These ETPs use chemicals like Urea and Di-Ammonium Phosphate (DAP). But these have proved to be a costly affair.

To meet stringent pollution control norms, there is a need to provide high quality work within a budget. Keeping this in view, more companies have begun to see the advantages of biological treatment. The use of a blend of bacterial colonies has proven to be a cost-effective solution in place of the conventional urea & DAP treatment.

MICROBSTER – A powerful and rich blend of biostimulants & special compounds, is a nutrient enriched bacterial additive that provides all the vital elements required to initiate and boost the growth of microflora in the wastewater treatment plant – something that conventional additives lack.

At just 1/4th usage as that of UREA-DAP, its special compounds help microbes survive & grow in the harsh conditions of the ETP. It enhances MLSS development and improves the BOD & COD reduction. While preventing an unwanted addition of chemicals, its biostimulants boost the performance of microbes in the ETP, aid in the uptake of recalcitrant compounds and reduce the recovery time after an upset.

MICROBSTER is unaffected by moisture and its gel-form of the product facilitates easy transportation and storage of the product.

A plant-based nutrient for biomass development, MICROBSTER leads to 80 – 85 per cent reduction in organic matter. It helps companies adhere to the norms laid down by the State Pollution Control Boards (SPCBs) and the Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) while reducing the overall capex/opex costs.  

reducing the overall capex/opex costs.  

Post by Natasha Kamat