Lagoon Medic’s microbial consortium demonstrates superior performance for use in extreme wastewater applications. Our proprietary blend of bacteria exhibit a broad range of degradation capabilities needed for effective maintenance of lagoons, septic systems and drain systems.
In nature, bacteria produce hundreds of enzymes in response to the organics present in their environment. They produce extracellular enzymes that break down proteins, starches, fats, oils, greases, and toilet tissue into smaller particles outside the bacterial cell. The bacteria then transport the smaller particles across their cell membrane for use as an energy source and for building of new cellular components. Since bacteria detect the organics present as potential food and produce specific enzymes to breakdown these organics, it is a very efficient system. Many different enzymes are required to completely breakdown a substrate.
Our proprietary consortium produces key extracellular enzymes including amylase, cellulase, lipase and protease. Lagoons and septic systems are nutrient rich systems for bacteria. Although many bacteria can utilize these organics as food sources, it is the bacteria with the most rapid production of these key enzymes that provide the most dramatic effects. Our microbial consortium is the next generation technology in microbial blends with superior degradation capabilities.
Features & Benefits
- Eliminates the need for excessive pumping in septic systems
- Eliminates odors caused by incomplete digestion of malodorous volatile fatty acids
- Consists of a stable consortium of safe Bacillus spores
- Produces multiple enzymes that provide a wide range of degradation capabilities
- Synergistic blend that works in concert to provide superior performance across multiple applications
- Excretes high levels of amylase, cellulose, lipase, and protease enzymes
- Works under aerobic and anaerobic conditions.
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