OS (Oil Spill) For Bioremediation, Crude Oil Spills, Soil Clean Up, TPH Degradation, Oil Degrading Bacteria

Microbial bioremediation of oil spills can be carried out by introducing naturally occurring microorganisms that digest the hydrocarbons in the oil. These organisms primarily bacteria and fungi use the hydrocarbons as a food source thus breaking them down into simpler products like carbon dioxide and water.

The T1B OS is a culture composed of these non-engineered naturally occurring microorganisms that assist in situ bioremediation of oil spillage for contaminated soil, underground land and contaminated water. The bacteria in the culture mixture digest the oil and grease naturally, their metabolism results in simpler water-soluble non-harmful products that are added to the affected environment as useful nutrients.

By dissolving the oil spillage and oil wastes into nutrients Team One Biotech’s T1B OS ensures no waste is generated for further disposal and is a reliant method to remove the spilt hydrocarbon from the environment, minimising its impact on land, marine and coastal ecosystems. Use of T1B OS can actually make your contaminated oil spill land to a productive land in few months.

Team One Biotech Services on OS (OT1B OS | Reduces Biohazard Due To Oil Spill On Land and Surface Water – Natural Oil Spill Cleaner Breaksdown Petroleum Hydrocarbons

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Aerobio – Microbial Cultures, Bio Product, Bacteria with Enzymes, Bacterial Culture, Digester Treatment

Since aerobic digestion is an integral and important step in wastewater treatment, the health status of activated sludge becomes a fundamental concern for any industrial WWTP or ETP management.

T1B Aerobio is a trustworthy aid to maintain the functionality and productiveness of any wastewater treatment process. T1B Aerobio is tenacious in breaking down organic matter and reducing the biological oxygen demand (BOD) or chemical oxygen demand (COD) levels in wastewater.

With its exceptional tendency to remain conducive even with fluctuating temperature ranges, unstable pH levels, and escalated levels of total dissolved solids or TDS, the T1B Aerobio is a quintessential addition to a wastewater treatment process.

Recalcitrant compounds are hard to degrade chemical substances. Adding T1B Aerobio in sludge waste fortifies the degradation of these harmful compounds. T1B Aerobio is also a robust bioproduct that decomposes xenobiotic compounds effectively. Use of T1B Aerobio will definitely improve the efficiency of various biological process and units like, ASP, MBR, MBBR, SBR, RBC, Trickling Filter. etc. It works under suspension mode as well as attached mode systems.

T1B Aerobio | Microbiome Solution For Aerobic Digestion – Efficient For Reduction Of BOD and COD in wastewater for reclacitrant and xenobiotic compounds

Aerobic Microbial Cultures – Aerobic Bio Product – Aerobic Bacteria With Enzymes – Aerobic Bacterial Cultures – Aerobic Digester Treatment – Wastewater Bioremediation – Bioremediation – Bioaugmentation – Bio Product – High COD/BOD – High Ammoniacal Nitrogen – High TDS – Tough To Biodegrade Efflunet – Xenobiotic Compounds – Reclacitrants – Oil & Grease – Activated Sludge Process – ASP – Microbial Process – Oxygenation – Carbon Dioxide – Nutrient Removal – Aerobic Microorganisms – Sludge Reduction – Secondary Treatment – Respiration – Oxidation – Air Supply – Energy Efficiency – Carbon Footprint – Environmental Benefits – BOD (Biochemical Oxygen Demand) – COD (Chemical Oxygen Demand) – Aeration Tank – Activated Sludge – Activated Sludge Process – SBR (Sequential Batch Reactor) Process – MBR (Membrane BioReactor) Process – MBBR (Moving Bed Biofilm Reactor) process – RBC (Rotating Biological Contactor) Process – MBR-IFAS (Integrated Fixed-film Activated Sludge) Process – ASP (Aeration Stabilization Process) – Extended Aeration Process – Oxidation Ditch Process – Trickling Filter Process – High-Rate Trickling Filter Process – Submerged Aerated Filter Process – Membrane Aerated Biofilm Reactor (MABR) – Biofilm Reactors – Effective Microbes – Effective Microorganisms – High Strength CFU Per Gram – Industrial Wastewater Treatment – ETP – Efflunet Treatment Plant – CETP – Common Effluent Treatment Plant – Improve MLSS – Reduce Aeration – Plant Stability – Enhance Nitrogen And Phosphorus Removal – Commissioning Time of ETP – Rapid Growth Of MLSS and MLVSS – Shock load Stabilization – Overall Cost Of Operation – Faster Commissioning – Reduce COD BOD Ammoniacal Nitrogen – Improved Setteling – Colour Reduction – Aromatic Compounds Cellulose Proteins lignin lipids – High TDS Tolerant – Food Industry Effluent – Beverage Industry Wastewater – Dairy Industry Effluent – Meat Processing Industry – Paper Industry Effluent – Pharmaceutical Industry Effluent – Effluent From Textile Units – Effluent From Chemical Manufacturing Units – Dyes and Colorants Effluent – Detergents Effluent – Active Bioremediation

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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