Natural Cleaners – Enriched with Good Microbes, Bio-Based Ingredients, Non-Toxic and Biodegradable, Plant Based Surfactants

Bio-enzymatic cleaners are a popular choice for eco-friendly cleaning in various settings such as homes, restaurants, offices, malls, public toilets, bio-toilets, and waterless urinals. Enzymes are natural proteins that can break down organic compounds or organic waste into smaller, more manageable molecules. This ability makes them effective in cleaning a wide range of surfaces, including floors, carpets, fabrics, kitchen equipment, toilet bowls and urinals, and drains.

The microbes and enzymes break down fats, oils, grease commonly called FOG and other organic materials. They are also effective in preventing VOCs to generate toxic fumes and provide potent odour control alternatives.

Enzymatic drain cleaners can be used to unclog drains without the use of harsh chemicals. These chemicals are not just harmful to the ecosystems as it is but are also responsible for a multitude of problems for drainage systems. The chemicals can burn and damage the material of pipes and sewer structures, PVC-built drainage pipelines, and sewage channels,  causing leakage and seepage in the surrounding areas. They can also combine and react with other chemicals, organic matter or inorganic wastes to form more toxic products, gases and fumes.

The bio-cleaners assist in neutralizing these risky and hazardous reactions without hurting the ecosystem and they easily get rid of organic wastes produced by humans.

We also provide bio-based insect repellents for houseflies and mosquito control. These products are made from natural extracts and essential oils such as lemon eucalyptus oil, citronella oil, lavender oil, peppermint oil, and soybean oil which are natural insect-repellent.

Extracted From Nature – With Bio-Enzymatic Power – Commercial Space Cleaning Solutions – Safe & Robust

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Aquaculture Inputs – Best Probiotics For Aquatic Animal Growth, Rhodococcus, Rhodobacter, Bifidobacterium Bifidum & Lactobacillus Casei

Microbial activity and microbial cultures play a crucial role in sustainable aquaculture from hatchery to the harvest of aquatic animals. Fish, Shrimp and Prawn farming industries demand that their water resources are of high quality and purity, rich and optimized nutritional value, feed efficiency and should be ideal for saline and freshwater conditions.

Microbial activity and action are a necessity for the health and growth of cultured aquatic animals. In fish or shrimp aquaculture systems, microbes can be utilized to manage water quality as they are capable of breaking down ammonical nitrogen into simpler compounds. The activity and metabolism of activated microbes can also be harnessed to improve the nutritional value of aquaculture feed by introducing prebiotics, probiotics and enzymes.

Biofloc aquatic farming is a method of raising fish or shrimp in high-density tanks or ponds with minimal water exchange. The biofloc system uses microorganisms to recycle nutrients from fish waste and feed, creating a natural food source for the fish and improving water quality. Biofloc farming has several advantages, such as reducing environmental impact, increasing productivity, enhancing disease resistance, and lowering feed costs.

Measures like BOD and COD indicate poor water quality, a problem leading to oxygen depletion, fish stress and increased risk of diseases for aquatic species. Bioremediation, phytoremediation and mycoremediation are the most viable and efficient options available to make aquaculture for food production and/or other purposes, healthier, safer, eco-friendly, economical and sustainable.

The microorganisms-based bio solutions from our aquaculture input range have a varied range of applications. These products can be used in saline water, RAS and freshwater systems. They aid in getting rid of aquatic wastes from fish, shrimps, aquaponic farming etc. The products are especially useful for koi fish farming, tilapia fish farming, Penaeus monodon shrimp farming and Penaeus vannamei shrimp farming.

Probiotics For Fish Farming & Shrimp Farming – Microbiome Bio Solutions for Feed Efficiency In Aquaculture

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Agriculture Inputs – Innovative Bio-Products for Sustainable Agriculture

There are several issues concerning sustainable agriculture today across the world. The rampant use and spread of chemically treated fertilizers, pesticides, insecticides and farming additives, dependence on monoculture, non-methodical irrigation & farming techniques with the added disadvantage of poor water quality have even rendered certain farmlands useless. Additionally man-made and natural calamities and climate change have worsened the situation.

Microbes have proven potential to remedy this situation. Microbial Communities present in soil play a critical role in restoring and maintaining soil health, balancing nutrient cycling in soil and promoting plant growth. The use of microbial-based soil supplements and soil amendments has been recognized as an essential and cost-effective method to restore and improve soil fertility, soil structure and overall soil health.

Microbial inoculants, seed germination facilitators, soil inoculants, foliar sprays, biochar, composts and plant growth hormone promoters are prominent examples of soil amendments.

Soil is a living ecosystem that contains many microorganisms that can benefit plants and the environment. Some of these microbes can be added to the soil to enhance its functions and properties. These friendly microbes can act as biostimulants, bio-accelerators, bio fertilisers, bio-augmenters, assets to control pathogens and pests. They can also create optimal conditions for bioreactors, which are devices that use biological processes to treat waste or produce energy. By using these friendly microbes, we can improve the soil’s vitality and fertility, its water-holding capacity, its nutrient content, its plant natural immunity against pests, insects and weeds, and its carbon capture capabilities. These improvements can lead to better crop yields, higher quality food, lower environmental impact, and more sustainable agriculture.

Team One Biotech’s microbial consortium leverages these properties of beneficial microbes supported with bio-enzymes. The benefits of our agriculture microbiome are countless and the microbiome solutions present a promising approach to regenerate soil, degrade contaminants, degrade pesticide residues and enrich the soil with nutrients.

Soil bioremediation is the need of the hour and by investing in Team One Biotech’s solutions you are opting for the best bioproducts available.

Trust Our Magnefficient Microbes For Your Soil Health Improvement Needs, maximum yeilds, quality produce, improved plant resistance and longer shelf life of your produce

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Wastewater & Environment – Aerobic, Anaerobic, Facultative,Enzyme Producing,Bio Culture Bacteria Solutions

Microbial culture is a useful tool for treating municipal waste and industrial waste that are contaminated or toxic. By using their metabolic processes, oxidation, nitrification and denitrification capabilities, these microbes can break down the organic matter and industrial effluents into simpler substances that they can use for their own growth and survival.

The T1B bacterial cultures bring with them a range of crucial benefits and advantages. Some of them can be summarised as follows:

  • Reduction of BOD or Biological Oxygen Demand in the wastewater system. A high BOD indicates that organic materials are not being removed properly.
  • Reduction of Total Suspended Solids (TSS) levels. TSS is a measure of the number of suspended solid contaminants in wastewater. A higher TSS level is counterproductive to the efficient working of a wastewater treatment plant.
  • Maintaining an optimum pH level of the wastewater treatment process.
  • Disintegration and degradation of ammonical nitrogen, nitrates and phosphates and other harmful compounds. The microbiome solutions work efficiently to prevent the eutrophication caused by algal bloom due to excess nutrients in water bodies.
  • Control of unpleasant odours and gases release from volatile organic compounds commonly called VOCs.
  • Enable and upgrade optimum conditions for flocculation conditions essential for sedimentation, creaming or filtration processes in wastewater.
  • Withstand shock loads and hydraulic loads and many more

The microbiome cultures can be applied to wastewater systems (WWTPs), municipal waste concentration, sewage treatment plants (STP) and effluent treatment plants (ETP), various types of bioreactors and biodigesters and for both aerobic and anaerobic conditions. Bioremediation plays a pivotal role in treating effluents and contaminants before the wastewater can be released into the oceans, rivers or lakes.

Since the conditions and processes vary in nature, the microbial consortium under the wastewater and environment vertical of TOB comprises various types of bacteria species. Separate products have been formulated with aerobic bacteria and anaerobic bacteria that can work optimally in aerobic conditions or anaerobic treatment steps as applicable.

The process to add microorganisms to the secondary treatment of wastewater is referred to as activated sludge treatment. This is after the primary treatment of wastewater treatment process. During the aerobic activated sludge treatment process, the wastewater treatment plant is subjected to an aeration process wherein air is pumped into the treatment tank to provide oxygen to microorganisms.

The microbiomes use the organic matter present in wastewater as a food source converting it into carbon dioxide, water and new microbial cells. The organic pollutants are thus decomposed and removed from wastewater. Nitrification and denitrification are biological processes that occur in wastewater treatment plants. Nitrification is the conversion of ammonia to nitrate by aerobic bacteria. Denitrification is the reduction of nitrate to nitrogen gas by anaerobic bacteria. These processes help remove nitrogen from wastewater and prevent eutrophication in receiving waters..

For Efficient Treatment Of Wastewater, Industrial Effluents, Sewage, fecal sludge, septic tanks, rivers, polluted lakes, ponds, solid waste composting, biomining, oil spills, FOG degradation, odour control, soil bioremediation – Microbe Based Bio-Solutions

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Animal Probiotics- Improved Feed Efficiency, Microbial Growth Promoters, Immunostimulation, Animal Digestion, Gut Microflora

Gut probiotics offer a natural and sustainable way to improve animal health and productivity in animal husbandry. Gut probiotics are beneficial microorganisms that live in the digestive tract of animals and can improve animal health and productivity.

Probiotics are a mixture of bacteria and bio-enzymes that can stimulate digestion and absorption of nutrients in animals, leading to better growth rates, feed efficiency, enhanced immunity against diseases, and overall health. Bacteria species such as lactobacillus and bifidobacteria can help break down complex carbohydrates and improve the assimilation of protein in ruminant animals.

Probiotics in the form of animal feed supplements also help to prevent disease in animals by promoting a healthy gut microbiome and boosting their immune system. A healthy gut microbiome helps protect animals against pathogens and harmful bacteria by producing antimicrobial compounds and competing for resources. They can also minimize the over-dependence on antibiotics and can in case necessary also work as supplementary additives to them.

One important aspect of gut probiotics is their ability to help animals cope with stress by promoting a healthy gut-brain axis. The gut-brain axis is a communication network between the gut and the brain that plays a role in stress management in animals and the overall health of the animal. Lactobacillus is a primary example of probiotics that can improve the gut-brain axis by producing neurotransmitters such as serotonin and dopamine.

In addition, gut probiotics bring sustainability and economic relief to animal husbandry. This is achieved as they help to further feed efficiency and reduce the need for antibiotics.

The gut probiotic manufactured by TOB is one of the top products available in the market. The bioproduct can be used by mixing with farm feed for ruminant animals and poultry animals.

Since the products are 100% natural with no preservatives and chemicals in them, probiotics also mitigate risk to the environment from agricultural wastes and animal farming wastes.

In summary, Team One Biotech’s gut probiotic is an asset in sustainable animal husbandry as it improves digestion, prevents diseases, works on stress management, helps maintain biological and ecological balance and is economical. Farm animals such as chickens, ducks, cows, buffaloes, goats, sheep etc. will truly thrive without affecting farming costs.

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"learn the composition and function of microbial community present in waste water. optimize waste water treatment plants for sustainable and cost-effective functioning. helps recover useful nutrients and energy. parameters for analysis include ph levels, dissolved oxygen, temperature, nutrents levels. WMA services comprise study of examination of floc structure, microbial cells, extracellular plymeric substances (EPS), organic and inorganic particles"
Wastewater Microbiome Analysis – Floc Structure, Floc Size, Oxygen Penetration, Sluge Age

There are various parameters, indices and methods to assess the functioning and health status of a wastewater treatment plant. The study and analysis of the microbial community present in the wastewater play a crucial role in monitoring, controlling, correcting and optimizing the performance of wastewater treatment plants.

From microscopic analysis to higher life form (HLF) microbial analysis comprises several methods to study the composition of wastewater to predict and determine the current and subsequent health status of a Wastewater treatment plant.

The advanced microscopic analysis carried out at Team One Biotech includes floc analysis, the study of the distribution of filamentous bacteria, EPS secretion, sludge age, oxygen penetration  and analysis of the presence of higher life forms such as flagellates, amoebas and ciliates along with organisms forming the metazoa group like rotifers, nematodes & water bears.

The presence of these organisms can help indicate the dissolved oxygen levels or DO, sludge age, aeration mixing requirements, and addition of clarifiers in wastewater treatment.

The other indicators that help assess WWT plants are BOD COD & TSS levels, ammonia and nitrogen levels, and faecal coliform bacteria levels. The analysis can also shed highlight the removal capacity of microorganisms for nutrient concentration such as phosphorous, nitrates, nitrites and ammonia in the wastewater system.

Wastewater Microbial Analysis is a unique and comprehensive catalogue to understand the effectiveness of Team One Biotech’s bio remedial solutions when applied to STP, ETP or WTP as well. By monitoring the various parameters and progress of T1B microbial solutions applied, persisting issues related to the effectiveness of wastewater treatment can be identified and corrective measures can be taken accordingly.

The WMA report is created using advanced microscopic and staining techniques and provides information about the following variables:


Flocs are formed when microorganisms attach themselves to the suspended solid particles in wastewater and clump to form larger particles which can then be removed using a settling or filtration.

Floc formation is influenced by factors such as the type of microbes present, the concentration of nutrients in wastewater and the aeration process.

To carry out floc analysis samples are collected from various stages of wastewater treatment such as influent, aeration basin & clarifiers. Floc properties such as their size, shape, density, settling rate, and extracellular polymeric substances (EPS) composition are then analysed in these samples.

Protozoa Population Analysis

Protozoa are single-celled organisms widely in water environments and can be used as bioindicators to measure water quality. They are divided into three main groups – ciliates, flagellates and amoebae. Their different characteristics and association with varying stages of the wastewater management process, sensitivity to ph, temperature, pollutant quantity etc changes make them a viable option to monitor and determine the performing condition of wastewater treatment.

The Biological Monitoring Working Party (BMWP) index that scores each protozoa species based on its sensitivity to pollution is the most commonly used method to quantify their diversity and abundance. To carry out protozoan analysis samples are collected, stained with specific dyes to distinguish between the groups, and then examined under a microscope.

Metazoa Presence

The metazoans are multicellular organisms comprising several species of worms, crustaceans, insect larvae and invertebrates. Typically, metazoans called Rotifers, Nematodes and Water Bears consume other harmful bacteria and fungi in wastewater. These species are prone to changes in toxicity levels and harmful pollutants of the wastewater and hence are helpful indicators of the two.

The metazoan analysis can be performed using several methods such as visual identification with microscopy, DNA analysis by extracting DNA content, and biochemical assays which involves measuring biomolecular reactions or enzymatic activity pertaining to certain types of metazoa organisms.

Analysis For Filamentous Microbes

Filamentous bacteria have long thread-like strand structures. These organisms have an adverse effect as they can clog pipelines and reduce the efficiency of the WWT plant. The presence of these microbes is an indicator of a lack of dissolved oxygen or excessive nutrients.

The commonly used identification method for filamentous bacteria is a microscopic examination of activated sludge flocs. The Microscopic Identification of Activated Sludge Organisms (MIAS) index method classifies the microbes into several groups depending on their morphology (shape, branching, colour etc.) and quantifies their abundance. Both Gram staining and Neisser staining are utilised to detect these microbes in wastewater and sludge.

The filamentous bacterium such as Sphaerotilus natans is responsible for the formation of gelatinous masses in activated sludge systems leading to clogging and species like Nocardia spp. & Microthrix parvicella are notorious for excessive foaming and sludge bulking.

Higher Life Forms Like Alage and Fungi Analysis

Algae and fungi on their own are great helpers to maintain a healthy natural ecosystem and excessive growth of these organisms can also bring havoc on the environment.

Fungi help break down complex organic matter and compounds into simpler harmless molecules. A few Fungi species are also effective in removing heavy metals from wastewater. However, excess fungal growth can lead to the formation of fungal mats (bulking sludge or sludge bulking) which can clog pipes, reduce the transfer of oxygen and unpleasant odours impacting the overall health of the treatment plant.

Algae use photosynthesis to produce food and energy that can be consumed by other useful bacteria thereby releasing oxygen during the process and also removing nutrients like nitrogen and phosphorous from wastewater and sludge.

But uncontrolled growth can form thick mats, making sunlight penetration difficult and blocking oxygen transfer. This will, in turn, create anaerobic zones affecting other species of aquatic nature escalating to toxic fumes and toxic odours, and the release of harmful gases such as Methane (CH4) and Hydrogen Sulphide (H2S).

 Team One Biotech Services on Wastewater MicroMonitor >> Assess >> Act – Microscopy Technologies – Analyse Wastewater Treatment Plant Health

Microscopic Analysis  –  Biomass Analysis  –  Floc Structure  –  Floc Size  –  Oxygen Penetration  –  Wastewater Microbial Analysis  –  Floc Analysis  –  Sludge Age  –  Extracellular Polymeric Substances  –  EPS Analysis  –  Wastewater Sample  –  Higher Life Forms In Wastewater  –  ASP  –  MBBR  –  SBR  –  UASB  –  MBR  –  Granulated Sludge  –  Biological Sludge  –  Biomass   –  Ciliates  –  Water Bear  –  Nematodes  –  Archaea  –  Filaments  –  Gram Staining   –  Neisser Staining –  Granular Sludge