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by Barry Greenberg February 01, 2021 2 min read
Do you require an bacteria producing enzyme product? Some of the features should include: digest organic matter, produce enzymes, digest foul odors, liquefies grease, eliminates uric acid odors - Please continue
Have you been reading about the bacteria (microbes) digesting the oil in the Gulf? Biologists at UC Berkeley are linking the oil-eating bacteria, as the explanation of why the oil seems to have degraded. Terry C. Hazen, the chief microbiologist at The Dep't of Energy's "Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory" credits gamma proteobacteria for gobbling up the oil.
How bacterial digestion works: Bacteria are specifically "farmed" to consume organic matter/waste. The waste may be oil, decomposing food, fecal matter, urine and other organic material. Bacteria will breakdown or synthesize one precise compound. Bacteria then feed on this "food" in order to survive and reproduce. Additionally bacteria secrete enzymes, also specific to its food source. An enzyme is a chemical catalyst that aids the digestion process by breaking up complex waste molecules so that the bacteria can easily & quickly consume the degraded material. The bacteria then reproduce in a rapid geometric progression also generating their own enzymes to continue this process.
One bacterium becomes 2 in about 15-20 minutes and reproduce about 15 minutes thereafter. In 5 hours one bacterium becomes 1,000,000. When the bacteria colony reaches a "tipping point", the food sources are consumed instantly.
The typical products required by industrial and commercial concerns is designed for waste degrading, odor removal, drain-line maintenance, grease trap maintenance, wastewater plants, septic tanks and RV & marine porta-toilets. This is your best choice to digest foul odors.
These products can be either liquid, granular or a solid form.
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