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ECOLOGICAL BACTERIA

Food industry

Selected microorganisms to process wastewater in food industries

The selected microorganisms in our ECOBAC bacteria, specially designed to reduce BOD, Fat, TSS, odors and excess nutrients (N/P) in food processing wastewater. Microorganisms will accelerate breakdown and digest hemicelluloses, celluloses, pectins, fats, and sugars along with other common proteins and carbohydrates found in food processing wastewater. Ammonia, nitrates and sludge are also significantly reduced.

BENEFITS:
Accelerates the breakdown and digestion of food sludge generated by large-scale food, fruit, vegetable and meat processing operations.
It breaks down excessive amounts of hemicelluloses, celluloses, pectins, fats and sugars.
Drastically reduces BOD, Fat and TSS levels and eliminates bad odors.

OTHER APPLICATION AREAS

  • Grease traps
  • Bottling industry
  • Dairy industry
  • Maritime industry
  • Soil bioremediation
  • Paper industry
  • Aquaculture
  • Fish farms
  • Elimination of bad odors

Los principales tipos de bacterias ecológicas

Hay muchas formas de distinguir entre diferentes tipos de bacterias, ya que dependen de las fuentes de alimentos, la frecuencia respiratoria, la función enzimática específica (función de las proteínas) o la presencia o ausencia de movimiento.

  • Cocos. Este tipo de bacterias se caracteriza por tener una envoltura celular de forma esf√©rica.
  • Bacilos. La caracter√≠stica principal en este tipo de bacterias es que presentan forma de bastoncillos alargados.
  • Helicoidales. En este √ļltimo tipo de bacterias se agrupan distintas formas que presentan curvaturas en su estructura. .

APPLICATIONS

The importance of ecological bacteria

The main reason for treating wastewater is the defense of public health and the environment. If the waters are not treated and are discharged directly into rivers, lakes or seas, the interaction of these contaminated waters with nature and people can cause serious problems.

Biological degradation is a natural process by which organic matter is degraded by microorganisms, transforming it into carbon dioxide, water and nitrogenous compounds as by-products. Man has developed treatment systems using microorganisms found in nature to neutralize waste of both domestic and industrial origin.

Bacteria are used to:

  • Improve the functioning of treatment systems.
  • Reduce operating costs
  • Control of parameters and compliance with environmental regulations

Wastewater Treatment with Ecological Bacteria

In a wastewater treatment plant, three stages of biodegradation take place during the degradation process:

Transfer: process by which organic matter comes into contact with microorganisms. It can be by absorption, the dissolved organic matter is transported inside the cell to be used as a source of nutrients, or by adsorption: the bacteria adsorbed to the colloidal particles secrete enzymes that break them down into smaller particles that can be transported to the inside the cells.
Conversion: bacteria are metabolizing their nutrients.
Stabilization: when bacteria are “full” their activity decreases and they settle or flocculate easily.

BACTERIAS ECOL√ďGICAS

FREQUENT QUESTIONS

1. WHAT ARE OUR ECOLOGICAL BACTERIA?

Bacteria are living single-celled microorganisms, specially developed in a laboratory.

2. WHAT ARE ORGANIC BACTERIA FOR?

La principal función de las bacterias es la de reducir los parámetros de contaminación de las aguas residuales, tales como: DBO, DQO, SST, Grasas y Aceites, entre otros.

3. HOW DO ECOLOGICAL BACTERIA WORK?

By introducing bacteria to WWTPs, Septic Tanks, Lagoons, C√°rcamos, Fat Traps, etc. They naturally degrade water pollutants.

4. ARE GREEN BACTERIA DANGEROUS?

Our bacteria are certified pathogen-free, therefore there is no risk in using them.

5. WHAT ARE ITS BENEFITS?

a) Reduction of water pollutants
b) Sludge reduction
c) Elimination of bad odors
d) Cost reduction
e) Decrease in cleaning

6. HOW AND WHERE ARE THEY APPLIED?

Depending on where it is required to apply and what the need is, the bacteria can be applied manually or through automatic dispensers.

7. HOW MUCH DO GREEN BACTERIA COST?

In order to determine the cost, you need to know certain parameters and make an accurate diagnosis of the problem. In this way we ensure that the client has the benefits and savings that we guarantee.

8. HOW IS YOUR PRESENTATION?

There are three presentations: powder, liquid and solid. The use will depend on the conditions, facilities and needs of each client.

9. WHAT BACTERIA ARE USED FOR WASTEWATER TREATMENT?

¬†“Gluttonous”¬†bacteria¬†, for the¬†¬†treatment¬†¬†of¬†¬†wastewater¬†.

10. HOW DO BACTERIA WORK IN THE BIOLOGICAL WASTEWATER TREATMENT PROCESS?

After sufficient contact time between the organic matter in the  wastewater  and the microorganisms ( bacteria ), the organic matter in the environment decreases considerably, transforming into new cells, gases and other products.

11. WHAT TYPES OF BACTERIA CAN EXIST IN DOMESTIC WASTEWATER?

The  bacteria  present in the  wastewater  can be of fecal origin or involved in the biodegradation process

12. WHAT IS THE IMPORTANCE OF GREEN BACTERIA IN WASTEWATER TREATMENT?

Ecological bacteria  in wastewater treatment systems eliminate organic matter (dissolved as in particles) to transform it into new cell growth and by-products, that is, they are primary decomposers

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BACTERIAS ECOL√ďGICAS

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