The True Cost of Sludge Accumulation

Anatomy of a Lagoon Wastewater lagoons are man-made basins that leverage natural decomposition to biologically treat organic waste. They are typically composed of 4 volumes:
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Assessing the 2 Most Important Factors in Today’s Pulp and Paper Wastewater Treatment

The pulp and paper industries consume a remarkable amount of water, producing as many as 70 cubic meters of wastewater per metric ton of paper produced. This is due to the necessity of water in just about every process employed in pulp and paper mills, from pulp formation by digestion of wood chips to bleaching to steam generation for drying.
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Why Petrochemical Wastewater Is Difficult to Treat and What You Can Do About It

Petrochemical wastewater is generated by the oil industry and contains a broad group of chemicals derived from petroleum and natural gas. The specific sources of petrochemical wastewater are diverse, but significant contributors include oilfield production—in which crude oil is extracted from oil wells—as well as refinery plants—where crude oil is converted into refined products, such as gasoline and lubricating oils.
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Biomass to Biogas: Anaerobic Degradation 101

The U.S. alone produces over 70 million tons of organic waste every year, which—if mismanaged—poses immediate threats to both the environment and public health, for example through water contamination.
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Causes and Cures for 6 Common Types of Foaming in Water Resource Recovery

In water resource recovery systems, foaming is a pervasive problem that can occur in aeration tanks, secondary clarifiers, and anaerobic digesters. The consequences of foaming range from inconvenient, such as the need for additional housekeeping or dealing with unpleasant odor—to disruptive, like elevated total suspended solids (TSS) and biochemical oxygen demand (BOD) in effluent or decline of solids inventory up to 20%—to downright dangerous, including wind disbursement of pathogens and even fires caused by foam entry into oxygen compressors. Furthermore, these types of operational issues significantly impact costs, making it crucial to prevent or otherwise correct foaming as efficiently as possible.
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About EnviroZyme

Headquartered in Bowling Green, Ohio, EnviroZyme is a world leader in the bioaugmentation industry. We leverage the power of naturally sustainable microbial solutions to effectively solve problems for people and the planet — without sacrificing quality or performance.

Our team of expert scientists and strategists collaborate to create, blend, and package custom and off-the-shelf microbial solutions for our clients. As a cGMP-compliant, ISO-certified, and FDA-registered facility, we’re proud to boast the quality, flexibility, and scale necessary for superior craftsmanship and innovation.

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