Our unique system for wastewater management is highly-effective, requiring minimal input costs and little to no maintenance costs. It’s compact and compatible with existing infrastructures.
We treat wastewater the way nature does – with microbiology. Our consortium of microbial agent is formulated specifically for the unique needs of each site. with assured results that are exceedingly better than government NPDES permit regulations.
From end-to-end EnBiorganic Technologies removes your risk
Compatible with existing infrastructures, our generator is compact, secure and durable. It is easy to install. Its modular design is built for simple maintenance management.
With an automated remote monitoring system, we fine-tune dosing inputs and outputs to match changes in the flows and conditions to optimize treatment while also ensuring the system stays running.
Naturally derived from soil and completely non-pathogenic, our microbiology has a proven positive impact on the environment. It is specifically formulated for a particular site: trained to feed off a certain diet and then released into the wastewater environment, knowing its food source.
We utilize the engineering expertise from our in-house laboratory to resolve your wastewater treatment challenges with a cost-effective and customized approach tailored to your facility.
A New Standard of Bio-Augmentation
Armed with the proprietary technology, we build naturally derived microbiology in formulation to target specific organic material. The development and success of this exclusive technology have been captured over the past 30 years. This technology is not just environmentally friendly; it’s a natural part of the environment.
Our process improves the condition of the collection system by reducing odor and degrading fats, oils and grease (FOG), as well as reducing organic loadings to wastewater treatment plants (WWTPs). It increases the overall efficiency and effectiveness of the wastewater treatment process.
AERATION ENERGY SAVINGS
A reduction in influent BOD loads and the presence of improved microbiology in the process will reduce your energy costs.
REDUCED OPERATIONAL AND MAINTENANCE COSTS
We extend and protect the life of existing infrastructure by converting the sewer collection system into an active, beneficial part for the wastewater treatment process.
Our system promotes optimal effluent treatment with assured results that are exceedingly better than acceptable government guidelines, thereby reducing surcharges for high discharge levels of polluted water and odors.
Compatible: with existing and new infrastructures
Durable: stainless steel construction with 18-gauge frame, fire-rated
Secure: proprietary, no-touch access through an RFID card
Plug and Play: easy to install, with only two liquid connections – one for raw water and one for active microbiology
Compact: small footprint, fitting a 3′ X 4′ space
Smart: fully integrated GPS and remote monitoring system
Modular: built for simple maintenance management
Reliable: equipped with battery backup
Automated: updates to the latest version
Intelligent: remotely monitored with diagnostic programming to preempt problems and battery backup allows reporting of any problems, including power failure
Dynamic: able to configure the input and output to suit
Efficient: delivers a range of 288 to 2160 liters per day of custom formulated, concentrated, active microbiology
Customized: microbiology formulated to suit the specific use case
Supported: by experienced microbiologists in our dedicated lab at Global MicroBio Technologies
Upgrades and component replacement parts are included in maintenance fee.
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