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Organic wastes and wastewater treatment by the process of Bioaugmentation

The basis of bioremediation is that all organisms remove substances from the environment to carry out growth and metabolism. Technologies using bioremediation treatment include: Bioaugmentation, a general term describing the addition of organisms or enzymes to a material to remove unwanted chemicals.  Moreover, several physical and chemical parameters, such as pH, temperature and dissolved oxygen, must be controlled in order to obtain optimal growth and maximum degradation of contaminants.
Bioaugmentation is the additional of native or non-native microbial cultures or “inocula” to the matrix to enhance or replace the native microbial population. Indigenous or native microbes are those that occur naturally at a site. They are usually present in very small quantities. They may not be able to prevent the spread of the contaminant. Bioaugmentation offers a way to provide specific microbes in sufficient numbers to complete the biodegradation.
Due to the development of civilization, vast amount of organic waste is being produced and become the major problem in the environment. These wastes originates from the household, agriculture, livestock farm and industry. Organic waste is biodegradable and can be processed in the presence or the absence of oxygen by microorganisms. They do their job under suitable conditions and recycle the mineral to the natural cycle.
Megaklean is an environmentally friendly product which can be used as a biological booster or biological accelerator to enhance the fast breakdown of organic wastes such as proteins, carbohydrates, and fats. From these process, large numbers of viable multiplying bacteria and their enzymes are produced and created more nutrients for indigenous microorganisms in the environment. Finally, the biodegradable mechanisms of residual organic wastes are simultaneously performed by indigenous microorganisms and augmented bacteria.
 
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