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Fats, Oils and Grease, popularly known by its acronym FOG, has been a growing concern worldwide. It affects the performance of wastewater treatment plants and industrial treatment units. According to reports, 47% of sanitary sewer overflows occur due to FOG related issues in the US. Similarly, more than 50% of sewer blockages happen in the […]

The French are believed to be the first to use septic tank systems in the 1870s, followed by the United States. Over a century later, septic tanks are still used worldwide at homes without access to sewage treatment plants.

A septic tank, made of concrete, plastic or fibreglass, is installed beneath the ground and performs the function of breaking down waste generated from the household. A malfunctioning system can cause a wide range of problems such as surface water pollution, disease outbreaks and environmental concerns. Therefore, your septic tank system needs regular maintenance and care to work at its best and break down organic waste efficiently.

All of us want the commercial spaces to be clean so that we can always work in a safe and healthy environment. In pursuit of the best cleaning and fragrant spaces, we use a combination of chemical cleaning solutions. However, conventional cleaners contain strong chemicals which pose health risks for humans and may cause chronic diseases. Moreover, when the chemicals are washed down the drain, they contaminate water and soil and pollute the environment. Thankfully there are efficient, safe, and eco-friendly organic cleaning solutions that are a great alternative to toxic chemical cleaners.

Cotton, one of the most miraculous fibers under the sun is noted for its appearance, performance and more importantly, its versatility. Right from Astronaut suits to sheets and towels in our homes – Cotton is literally everywhere and has maintained its place as the nature’s quintessential wonder in this fast moving world. Millions of hectares are globally devoted to the production of cotton and its many varieties.

It is one of the most important crops of India, which contributes heavily to the agricultural and industrial economy of the country. It provides income opportunities to millions of farmers and people working in the cotton processing field.

Wastewater management is one of the major global challenges faced by developed as well as developing countries today. Rapid industrialization has led to extensive industrial wastewater generation which is one of the leading causes of water pollution. Also, stringent treatment regulations are now in place for sewage and industrial effluent being released in the environment. Thus, an effective industrial wastewater treatment strategy is important.

Rice is the staple food of over half the world’s population and is cultivated over a global area of 165 million hectares.

Therefore, crop failures and lowering productivity due to climate change pose a looming threat of starvation and food security, especially in developing countries.

By 2050, the world will have to feed more than 10 billion human beings. Organica Biotech has recognized this challenge, and devised sustainable strategies to address the problems that plague rice agriculture sector today.

The sanitation situation in India has been grim for a long time. Lack of proper toilet facilities, waste disposal mechanisms and shortage of water in different parts of the country has caused multiple problems such as open defecation and subsequently water and soil pollution. Moreover, poor sanitation has led to the spread of diseases among communities and a countless number of deaths.

Septic tank systems play an important role in managing the household waste generated every day. It is one of the most common forms of treatment systems due to easy installation, low costs and performance. Also, it is widely used in urban and rural areas because sewerage systems are not practical and very expensive. However, the performance of a septic system can be affected due to the extensive use of septic tank cleaners and other chemicals. And experts suggest that septic tank failure often leads to reduced effluent quality, posing a significant threat to water quality.