Biological wastewater treatment is a process that seems simple on the surface since it uses natural processes to help with the decomposition of organic substances, but in fact, it's a complex process at the intersection of biology and biochemistry which use organisms to break down organic substances in wastewater, biological treatments include the use of bacteria, nematodes, or other small organisms.
Bacteria are categorized by the way that they obtain oxygen. In wastewater treatment, there are three types of bacteria used to treat the waste that comes into the treatment plant: aerobic, anaerobic and facultative.
These three types of bacteria are grouped only by their method of respiration. There are many species of bacteria in a wastewater treatment plant.
We can supply the different bacterial strains, each selected for its efficiency at degrading certain waste materials. With the bacterial product, the content of the waste stream determines how many enzymes are produced, in what sequence, at what concentration, and for what duration to be function correctly and effectively.