Case Study: Treating Swine Manure in Hog Lagoon

A county groundwater education group was awarded a grant from Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to fund testing on swine manure in hog lagoons. Hog lagoons are one way to fertilize crops in agriculture. Manure is converted by bacteria into nitrogen, creating useful nutrients that are used as fertilizer. The purpose of the study was to see a reduction in unwanted components and dry solids in this type of manure.
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Winterizing Your Wastewater Treatment Plant

As winter quickly approaches and regions all over the northern hemisphere prepare for colder temperatures, wastewater treatment plants and facilities must do the same. Cold temperatures easily affect the functionality of a plant by creating more obstacles in order to keep it running at peak performance. Extra measures need to be taken to keep your activated sludge bed performing at optimal efficiency and avoiding upsets during the cold weather months.
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Challenges with Food Production Wastewater

Wastewater from food production is considered one of the biggest sources of environmental pollution due to the excessive amounts of nutrients and organic contaminants, including organic carbon, nitrogenous organics, inorganics, suspended and dissolved solids, and high biochemical oxygen demand (BOD) and chemical oxygen demand (COD).
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Case Study: Biological Treatment for Juice Company

A juice company began biological treatment to help control the physicochemical parameters in their effluent. Physicochemical parameters are physical and chemical conditions that affect water quality, like pH and temperature. To comply with the juice company’s standards, levantine intermediate water (LIW) from the natural juice manufacturing processes were treated with EnviroZyme® FOG Digester 5B.
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Case Study: Microbiological Treatment for Grease in Pipes

A production plant in the pork supply industry faced issues with grease clogging production pipelines and causing foul odors. From July 29 to October 29, EnviroZyme® Concentrated Grease Control 10X was added to the pipes once a week to determine whether or not it would be effective against the ongoing grease problems.
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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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