Sewage Management ‘Impending Nuisance’
Rapid scale urbanization in a population of 1.34 billion Indians, growing exponentially at a growth rate of 1.2% has surmounted the issue of untreated sewage rapidly degrading the life cycle of flora and fauna. Untreated sewage surmounts to approximately 75% of the surface water contamination in the country. When sewage enters a lake or stream, microorganisms begin to decompose the organic materials. This impacts both the ecology and economy as well as imposes severe health risks. Sewage-contaminated water causes eutrophication, which is the increase in concentration of chemical elements required for life, thus decreasing the amount of dissolved oxygen necessary for aquatic life. Sewage pollution has been attributed to causing gastrointestinal disorders in humans like Giardiasis, Amoebic Dysentery and Cholera. Moreover debris associated with sewage hampers the aesthetic value of the environment.
See also: Where does sewage go?
Advanced microbial technology by Organica Biotech provides the ultimate solution to all sewage woes.
Bioclean Septic embodies robust, enriched and highly specific microbes, which are highly competent at degrading the organic matter that enters the septic tank which ultimately contributes to the sewage. These microbes help in restoring of biological health of septic tank systems. Microbes in Bioclean Septic are empowered to maintain the working efficiency of the septic tank, thus combating the common problems of overflow, backups, seepage of untreated sewage and foul odour emission. Microbial technology bestow added benefits of operational cost saving and enhanced longevity to septic tanks.
This indirectly lowers the amount of waste being dumped to the sewage system. As per an independent survey 77 million people in India lack access to safe water, 769 million people lack access to improved sanitation. In the wake of perturbing environmental problems like water scarcity, it is also noteworthy that Bioclean Septic degrades the sewage efficiently, thus water can be efficiently recycled.
Thus contributing to a clean and green economy.
Also Read – Saving The Earth, One Septic Tank At A Time