Mokopa wastewater treatment works

Scope Tlou Pedi received an order to carbonize oil on the sewage at Mokopa wastewater treatment works. The second part includes the cleaning on formed scum on the water.    Tlou Pedi also suggested seeding the existing bacteria. This report will highlight some...

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Royal Bafokeng Trial

On 3rd May 2004, 199 toilets from 12 different villages belonging to the Royal Bafokeng Nation, were each treated with 500 ml of BioTreat. The waste-levels of these toilets were measured before the application, and as a control, the waste-levels of a further 120...

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Removing Algae and Duckweed from dams

Using Biotreat and Hydroactivator to remove Algae and Duckweed from dams Did you know mixing these two products provides a great solution for the cleaning and management of neutrient rich and stagnant dams and bodies of water? Some remarkable results after only 21...

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BioTreat Compared to Honey Suckers

BioTreat compared to Honey Suckers We propose a use of Biotreat; BioTreat is non-pathogenic, stable powder which is a suspension of spores and vegetative micro-organisms. For the layman, it is a non-disease causing, dormant powder which is naturally occurring (found...

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