Nature’s way of recycling its’ natural resources has been working for a very long time without any help from us, and given enough time, will eventually restore balance on its’ own. A combination of massive population growth, pollution, and overuse of corrosive chemicals has overwhelmed this natural recycling process, and made it difficult for nature to keep up with growing waste and pollution inputs from us. Unfortunately, this problem is not going away, and will continue to get worse until a practical solution can be widely implemented. Microbe-Lift products provide a broad-spectrum blend of beneficial bacteria to speed the natural process, giving waste water professionals, dairies, and industrial clients a safe, effective tool for our growing population.
In 1976 Ecological Laboratories developed proprietary harvesting and fermentation technologies that create a diverse group of stabilized, living bacteria that are capable of adapting to their environment, and performing multiple different tasks with a single product. The creation of these all-natural products have proven, over the last 38 years, to be a valuable tool for these applications and more.
- Reduction of Fats, grease and oils that build up in the collection systems and lift stations.
- Volatile solids in the settling ponds and anaerobic digesters can be reduced.
- Cost savings associated with the removal and handling of domestic sludge.
- Odor issues can be significantly reduced through bio-augmentation.
- Drains, transfer lines and lift stations can be kept flowing reducing down time.
- Sludge buildup in settling ponds can be minimized, reducing the need for dredging.
- Manure lagoons and wash lanes in addition to compliance with the State water boards.
- Restoring the balance to the system to keep leach fields flowing, extending the usable life and reducing costly repairs
Lakes and Ponds
- Microbe Lift products have been widely used worldwide as a catalyst for the restoration of the natural eco systems. In many cases breathing new life into tainted rivers and ponds.