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Odour and Organic Solid Waste Treatment

Sludge Reduction Odor Reduction Benefits Problem Solving Approach Methodology Characteristics Non Pathogenic Eco Friendly BO COD TSS H2S Microzyme Bacterial Enzyme Powder environment Bio-Brick Bio-Augmentation Waste Water degradation Biotechnology Biotechnology No odour Reduction Sludge Flocculants Pellets Sewer Sludge Analyze System Innovative Bio-Brick Microzyme Bacterial Enzyme Powder Odor Reduction Methodology Characteristics Biotechnology Bio-Augmentation

Biotechnology is one of the key catalysts in reducing odors and Sludge in waste water. Biological blends are selected and adapted for superior kinetic and degradation characteristics, and are formulated for specific organic waste odor reduction.

Biological Augmentation is augmenting or supplementing the existing natural occurring system with selectively adapted strains that are capable of higher rates of organic reduction or that are capable of degrading organic levels that have previously been considered problematic.

  • Eco Friendly
  • Non Pathogenic
  • User Friendly
  • Proven Technology
  • Substantial Odor Reduction
  • Collect Data
  • Analyze System
  • Determine Objective
  • Innovative, eco-friendly natural products and solutions to replace conventional treatments that may be less effective and more hazardous to the environment
  • Micro- Treat (Bacterial Liquid C.F.I.A. Registered) (Agriculture Canada)

Earth Care Products

Earth Care Products is the manufacturer and distributor of the SPHAG SORB line of products. The company is a privately owned Canadian company established in 1991.

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International • 780-468-5444
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Head Office
Edmonton, Alberta
Canada, T6B 2G3

 

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