Waste Water Treatment
Q7 MUNICIPAL is a highly concentrated, specialized blend of application-specific bacterial cultures selected to degrade municipal, food processing and high fats, oils and grease waste.
Q7 offers an extremely effective solution for the constant challenge of suspended solids, BOD’s, COD’s, sludge, malodors, organic build-up and high levels of fats, oils and greases in wastewater treatment applications.
The highly concentrated, optimized blend of application-specific bacteria in Q7 has been selected for its ability to degrade common municipal and food processing waste and, in particular, high levels of FOG.( Fats Oils an Greases)
- municipal wastewater treatment
- food and beverage industries
- industrial lagoons
- Outdoor sanitary toilets and RV dumps
Advantages of Q7
- optimized proprietary bacterial consortium degrades a broader spectrum of substrates
- enhances BOD/COD/TSS removal
- reduces hydrogen sulfide
- reduces sludge build-up
- increases system efficiency
- eliminates malodors at source
- highly effective at degradation of FOG build-up
- manufactured under strict quality control standards to ensure high quality and purity
BIO-REMEDIATION OF FATS, OILS, AND GREASE
A municipal 2 million gallon per day EQ tank from a septage receving facility. Problem: Thick standing fats, oils, and greases (F.O.G.) creates nuisance odor. At the time the before photo was taken (early February of 2014), the tank was drained every night, and the F.O.G. accumlated to the point where bio-remediation proved to be the only cost effective, safe, and feasible option for clearing the tank as well as decreasing odors. Q7P municipal F.O.G. product was dosed into the tank at a shock dose rate of 23-0.5 pound micro-solve water soluble pouches per day for 4-5 weeks. After photo was taken, and shows a remarkable clearing of the F.O.G. The tank length is 120’. Operators simply tossed the biologicals into the tank from the walk way along the length of the tank to provide equal distribution of the product.
Now, only maintenance doses are required to keep the tank clear. Maintenance doses can be as low as 5-10 pouches per day. Bioremediation of F.O.G. provides tank clearing without the use of VAC-CON trucks or expensive equipment to move the problem from one jobsite to another, such as a landfill. Solvents and surfactants would act in the same manner moving the F.O.G. from one location to another. Additionally, bio-remediation creates no environmental risks, and the by-products are simply carbon dioxide and water. In addition (what you cannot see) is the elimination of malodors at the source, enhanced BOD/COD/TSS removal, and hydrogen sulfide reduction.