This is a process that uses microbes or bacteria to naturally consume oils and other contaminants in wastewater breaking them down into harmless CO2 and H20.

  • Pro: All-natural, very environmentally friendly.
  • Con: The waste stream needs dwell time as well as a constant organic food source, such as grass clippings or emulsified oils, to feed the microbes. This imposes limits to the volume of water that can be treated.

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