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Wastewater treatment has gained immense significance in today’s context where protecting the environment is a prime concern. The main objective of enzymes for waste water treatment is to treat the effluents before they are discharged so that the environment is not polluted. Enzymes for wastewater treatment in general refers to treatment of suspended, floatable material and treatment of biodegradable organics.

The wastewater from food processing industry contains carbohydrates, proteins, fats and pectinaceous materials that are barely decomposed by microbes during the activated-sludge treatment. 

Enzymes start degrading organic waste immediately upon addition while existing bacteria strains use the organic wastes as carbon and nitrogen sources for growth and effectively treat the system for the long term.

To enhance the treatment of wastewater from these processing industries, combination of specialised enzymes facilitates hydrolysis of BOD and renders it suitable for decomposition by activated sludge treatment and composting.

Our formulated enzymes for wastewater treatment product effectively breaks down organic waste and increases the quality of wastewater effluent without the use of harsh chemicals.

Enzymes start degrading organic waste immediately upon addition, while existing bacteria strains use the organic wastes as carbon and nitrogen sources for growth and effectively treat system for the long term.

Wastewater treatment has gained immense significance in today’s context where protecting the environment is a prime concern. The main objective of enzymes for waste water treatment is to treat the effluents before they are discharged so that the environment is not polluted. Enzymes for wastewater treatment in general refers to treatment of suspended, floatable material and treatment of biodegradable organics.

The wastewater from the food processing industry contains carbohydrates, proteins, fats and pectinaceous materials that are barely decomposed by microbes during the activated-sludge treatment.

Enzymes start degrading organic waste immediately upon addition, while existing bacteria strains use the organic wastes as carbon and nitrogen sources for growth and effectively treat the system for the long term.

To enhance the treatment of wastewater from these processing industries, combination of specialised enzymes facilitates hydrolysis of BOD and renders it suitable for decomposition by activated sludge treatment and composting.

Our formulated enzymes for wastewater treatment product effectively breaks down organic waste and increases the quality of wastewater effluent without the use of harsh chemicals.

Enzymes start degrading organic waste immediately upon addition, while existing bacteria strains use the organic wastes as carbon and nitrogen sources for growth and effectively treat system for the long term.

Our Solutions

ENZYMES FOR REDUCING BOD AND COD LEVEL

Our customized enzyme based Formulation can be used for the aerobic stage of the process.


Eco-Friendly

Reduce Sludge
Volume

Faster Bacterial
Oxidation

Eco-Friendly

Reduce Sludge Volume

Faster Bacterial Oxidation

ENZYMES FOR BIOGAS PRODUCTION

Our customised enzyme based formulation can be utilised for the anaerobic stage of the process.


Eco-Friendly

Increase In Biogas
Production

Increases Digestor
Efficiency

Eco-Friendly

Increase In Biogas Production

Increases Digestor Efficiency

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FAQ’S
What are the enzymes used in wastewater treatment?

These enzymes specifically digest organic matter. These include protease, amylase, lipase, cellulase, urease, and xylanases. They divide up the organic contaminants into manageable components. These are also known as septic tank enzymes and are typically used to treat wastewater from sewage systems.

What are the benefits of using Infinita Biotech's waste water treatment enzymes?

Waste Water Treatment Enzymes manufactured by Infinita Biotech can help to break down and remove pollutants from waste water, making it safer and cleaner. Enzymes can also help to speed up the decomposition process of organic matter, making it more efficient.

What is BOD limit?

BOD limit refers to the maximum concentration of biochemical oxygen demand (BOD) that is allowed in waste water. BOD is a measure of the amount of oxygen that is required by microorganisms to break down organic matter in the water. The Central Pollution Control Board’s Limit of BOD is lower than ten parts per million (ppm).

Which enzymes are used in Biogas Production?

Formylmethanofuran transferase (FTR) and Methyl-CoM reductase (MCR) are the main enzymes for biogas production include which play a vital role in gas formation.

Which enzymes are used in BOD and COD level reduction?

Enzymes produced by using garbage organic waste of vegetables, etc. is used to reduce BOD and COD levels. These enzymes can be easily produced by fermenting the waste from fruits and vegetables.

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