Waste Water Treatment

When businesses disregard sewer regulations and improperly dispose of fats, oil and grease in their drains, sewer lines can become clogged. This can cause sewage to backup into homes and businesses.

Waste Digester is a bacterial/enzyme concentrate containing approximately five billion viable organisms per gram (155 billion/ounce) composed of aerobic, facultative and anaerobic bacteria from strains adapted for maximum efficiency within the conditions found in industrial and municipal waste treatment systems. Enzymes are added to Waste Digester blends:

Waste Digester also works to reduce waste and odor in Residential SEPTIC Tanks and lines. Typical treatment for the powder is two ounces for the initial two weeks and then one ounce every week regarding a typical 1000 gallon tank. The initial dosage for the liquid in a 1000 gal. septic tank is 8 oz., then 2 oz. every week. When treating septic tanks, it is always better to treat weekly, rather than bi-weekly. This is because if some type of chemical (such as bleach) enters the tank, the pH can be raised above the safe level of 9.0, thus killing the bacteria. Thus, the need for regular weekly treatments.

Waste Digester, with its concentration of bacteria and enzymes, is more effective and efficient at digesting various toxicants in waste treatment systems, as opposed to the natural or existing strains. The biochemical capacity is greatly improved by the addition of enzymes, in every type of application, including lift stations, collection systems, scum pits and trickling filters. The select bacteria produces higher concentrations of enzymes and establishes rapid flocculation with accompanying digestion rates, thus increasing efficiency of the waste treatment system. Higher concentration, varying compositions and rapid velocity of biological degradation are gained by using Waste Digester. It helps reduce B.O.D. (Biological Oxygen Demand) and suspended solids. The reduction of sludge volume that accompanies digestion, is due to the liquefaction and gasification of organic matter and the destruction of water binding matter. The more efficient sludge digestion, with its decrease in sludge volume, in effect gives added capacity without capital expense. Less volume to pump out and a dryer cake.

Waste Digester can also be used on a regular basis for residential, rural, septic, leach fields to keep them moving properly!! Replacing a septic field is very expensive! People in rural areas should look into this application!! One of the main reasons for septic field failure; the clogging of the pores of the soil, preventing absorption. Grease and oil are the big culprits. Septic tanks hold everything from the house that goes down the drains. However, the septic field gets the overflow effluent. It is the liquid oils and grease, that escape from the septic tank, which clog the septic field.

Liquid Degradation

Insoluble lipids such as greases, fats and oil constitute 25 to 52% of the organic matter in domestic sewage. Insoluble, long chain fatty acids accumulate within activated sludge treatment plants due to the inability of resident micro-organisms to degrade various synthetic surfactants and fats within the process time. Solid grease is skimmed from clarifiers and pumped directly to anaerobic liquefaction and degradation. Aerobic digestion produces floating mats of this compacted grease, layers two to eight feet thick, thus resulting in digester malfunction. Waste Digester contains lipase enzymes and natural occurring bacteria which secrete significant amounts of lipase enzymes, which split fats, grease and oils for rapid digestion. Daily use of Waste Digester, metered into activated sludge systems, reduces the emulsified and concerted grease solids, thereby eliminating digester "cakes" or matting. In lift stations and gathering lines, it reduces grease and scum build-up, as well as odors.

Detergent Degradation

Synthetic detergents such as Sodium, Alkyl Benzene Sulfonate (ABS) and Sodium N-Dodecyl Benzene Sulfonate (LAS), because of their particular physiochemical properties, have altered the efficiency of sewage treatment systems by decreasing measurably, the rate of oxygen transfer in these systems. This interface of oxygen transfer can reduce the capacity of an activated sludge plant by as much as 30 to 40% and further increase the residence time required to process the sewage for optimum flocculation and overall BOD reduction. In order to minimize the effects of ABS, LAS and other closely related syndets and detergent compounds, Waste Digester contains the micro-organisms biologically capable of degrading higher concentrations of these detergents at faster rates, thus reducing process residence time and effluent BOD levels. In a case history, an Eastern Oklahoma municipal-activated sludge plant experienced difficulty with extreme variations in removal efficiency regarding suspended solids (53 to 86%, average 70%) and BOD 69 to 89%. Waste Digester application resulted in suspended solids elimination increasing to 92% average and BOD to 91% average reduction. These results were obtained during the five-month "difficult" period.

Cellulose Degradation

Cellulose matter, such as paper, cotton rags and cigarettes, are among the most difficult components within municipal and industrial waste treatments to liquefy and decompose. Cellulosic matter is degraded by specialized enzymes of aerobic organisms which convert the tough fibrous cellulosic structure into a soluble fluid state. Municipal waste treatment plants receiving peak overloads of paper, cotton, fruit and vegetable pulp, ceral fibers and various other cellulosic sources, may benefit from the rapid hydrolyzing capability of Waste Digester. Waste Digester contains cellulase enzymes and specially selected micro-organisms which secrete further cellulase enzymes. Normal microbial flora produce limited cellulase enzymes. Thus, by adding Waste Digester, increased cellulase activity will decompose and hydrolyze greater quantities of cellulosic matter.

Suggested Feed Areas - To Treat Lift Stations & Collection Lines

Apply Waste Digester at the lift station farthest from the plant. Waste Digester can be applied to the system manually or preferably by using a feeder. If the feeder is used, an electrically or battery operated metering pump can be set to feed the product into the system. The product will then digest waste and grease organics both in the station as well as down line. Approved by the city of San Diego, CA for use in their sewer system.

To Treat Areas Inside the Municipal Plant

Apply Waste Digester to influent lines to aerobic secondary or the beginning of the biological wastewater treatment process. As in the lift stations, a voluntary feeder can be used to automatically dispense the required amount of product over a 24-hour period, thus allowing operators to balance the overall plant system more easily.

Waste Digester is sold in 12 oz jars, quart & gallon bottles, 25 pound pails, 5 gallon buckets and 55 gallon drums!

Please contact us for the MSDS sheet. All of our products are non hazardous and non chemical.

Also, through our team of engineers, we are able to design and build any type of wastewater treatment plant.

Item #
Waste Digester - 1 gallon (3.78 liter) bottle
$ 89.00
Waste Digester 5 gallon 18.92 liter pail
$ 400.00
Waste Digester - 55 gallon (208 liter) drum - Call for Pricing
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Waste Digester - 1 pound powder septic tank & line treatment jar (0.45 kg)
$ 35.00
Waste Digester 25 pound 1134 kg powder pail
$ 699.00
Waste Digester - Quart Bottle (946 ml)
$ 29.50