The sewage treatment plant is a crucial piece of infrastructure that safeguards the environment, public health, and society at large. Numerous sewage treatment plants (STPs), no matter how big or small, are confronted with a number of difficulties, including hydraulic loading, decreased efficiency, clogged pipes, inadequate aeration, high levels of pollutants, insufficient sludge removal, high energy consumption, and the potential discharge of untreated wastewater into the environment. High levels of nutrients in treated sewage, such as phosphates and nitrates, can cause eutrophication and pollute our water sources.
Form: Free-flowing powder
Colour: Light Brown to Dark Brown
Bacterial Count: Minimum 5 x 109 CFU/g
pH Stability: 4 to 9
Temperature Stability: 4°C to 58°C
Safety: Non-GMO, GRAS Status Bacteria
Shelf Life: 2 years from the date of manufacturing