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Bio Microbics
Solving Water, Wastewater, Greywater and Stormwater issues with Simple, Low-Cost, and Robust Treatment Systems
Solving Water, Wastewater, Greywater and Stormwater issues with Simple, Low-Cost, and Robust Treatment Systems
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Decentralized #wastewater treatment system contributes to green goals:

#SDGs #SDG6 #SustainabilityGoals #RuralDev #RuralDevelopment #Water #Environment #sustainability

In many regions across the U.S. and Canada, water tables are lowering, causing wells to run dry and saltwater to intrude inland, and leaving an increasing number of people without a reliable water source. As populations continue to grow and shift, it is imperative for all aspects of the water cycle to be optimized for sustainability...

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We are at the Water & Wastewater Equipment, Treatment & Transport Show this week!

Come by booth #5231 #WWETT2017 to get information on 4 different #Wastewater technologies, see our #Greywater System, and learn more about our S.O.S.-Save Our #Septic Warranty Program!

Did we mention #Stormwater and #Rainwater treatment products, too!

#WATER #WaterReuse #WWETTShow #WWETT

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Decentralized Wastewater Treatment Can Protect the Environment, Public Health, and Water Quality

Decentralized wastewater treatment systems can offer as much public health and environmental protection as centralized treatment systems. This white paper covers the following topics:

Providing reliable wastewater treatment
Reducing conventional pollutants, nutrients, and emerging contaminants
Mitigating contamination and health risks associated with wastewater

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Decentralized Wastewater Treatment Leading the Way to a Sustainable Future

Today’s leading decentralized wastewater systems have closed that gap between the capabilities and performance of conventional wastewater treatment systems. Decentralized wastewater systems are pre-designed for collection, treatment, and dispersal/reuse of wastewater at or near the point of waste generation.

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Decentralized Wastewater Treatment: A Proven Option for Small Communities

Conventional sewer operations managed by small communities provide centralized treatment of wastewater of which residents are accustomed. But the expense of operating these systems as they expand with miles and miles of sewer lines is staggering. Expanding sewer line infrastructure, increased pumping costs and staffing a plant with operators have caused small communities and home developers to look at alternatives which can meet or exceed strict government regulations as they relate to the public’s health and water. This white paper, sponsored by Bio-Microbics, explores the advantages of decentralized wastewater treatment systems. 

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Five Options for Your Eco-Pavement

A 2008 report from the National Research Council discovered that in urban areas runoff from roads carries more pollutants than plazas, courtyards, and similar hardscapes. This white paper identifies five options for an eco-friendly driveway, all of which can satisfy pervious surface requirements where they exist.

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Membrane Bioreactor Systems Provide Opportunities for Water Reuse

We often assume that with 71 percent of the world covered with water, there will never be a shortage for our daily use. But only one percent of the Earth’s water is usable for our sustainability, bathing, crops, manufacturing and recreation. Developing methods to treat and recycle our wastewater for safe reuse is paramount, especially as our world population continues to grow and contaminants affect our limited supplies of fresh groundwater. This white paper, sponsored by Bio-Microbics, takes a look at membrane bioreactor systems (MBS), one of the wastewater treatment systems that is making water reuse possible.

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Pavement, Permeability, and the Hydrologic Cycle

Why is pavement a water problem, and what does permeability have to do with urban or municipal planning? The answers have to do with water that falls from the sky and where it goes. This white paper takes a look at surface runoff (also known as stormwater runoff), how it affects the environment, and identifies some products that are helping to address this issue.

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Properly Landscaping Your Septic System is Critical

Besides knowing what not to put in a septic system, it is critical to know what not to put above or around it. Being short-sighted on this responsibility can cost thousands of dollars in repair or replacement of your system. This white paper, sponsored by Bio-Microbics, explores what landscaping options are best for the ground around your septic systems. This includes:

Placement of various plants around your septic system
Species of wildflowers that grow well on dry soils
Species of low maintenance grasses that grow well on dry soils

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Water Reuse: Trends in Residential Water Recycling and Grey Water Use

As water resources have been increasingly stressed by drought conditions, other shortages and overloaded municipal water treatment plants, water reuse and grey water have become two of the most common topics within the professional sector. At the same time, the public has become more aware of - and more receptive to - onsite water reuse technologies. This white paper takes a look at residential water reuse and some of the products that help homeowners reduces their water consumption.
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