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We are contaminant removal experts.

Why Trust Our Experts?

Wastewater Process Knowledge

We make a considerable investment in developing and maintaining a staff of highly experienced biological contaminant removal experts and playing a leading role in industry research.

Application Expertise

From selecting the proper electron donor, storage and feed systems, to process monitoring and control for your specific system, we have the expertise to help you implement the lowest lifecycle cost biological contaminant removal program.

Proven Performance

Working collaboratively with consultants, academia and technology vendors, our MicroC® programs have been validated across various applications and treatment systems. 

Contaminants We Treat:


Water bodies throughout the world suffer from excess Nitrogen. Excess N can lead to deteriorating water quality, including habitat damage, algal blooms, fish kills and the contamination of drinking water.

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Much like Nitrogen, excess Phosphorus in water can be damaging to water quality, habitats, and contamination of drinking water.

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Perchlorate released to soils and groundwater from the improper disposal of explosives and rocket/missile propellants is now present in many potable water supply wells. Perchlorate can have harmful effects on thyroid function if ingested, especially among women and infants.

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Increasingly, metals such as Selenium generated in coal mining and fossil fuel combustion activities are entering our waterways. These heavy metals can be toxic to fish, birds and other wildlife.

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BOD Addition

Effective biological treatment requires a healthy population of microbes. Occasionally, an additional food source such as MicroC® needs to be added to treatment systems to build up or maintain that healthy population. This process is called biochemical oxygen demand (BOD) supplementation, and is distinct from adding an external carbon source to facilitate removal of specific contaminants.

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