With more than 45,000 installations in over 60 countries, Bio-Microbics pre-engineered, pre-packaged, certified, “Fixed Integrated Treatment Technologies” (FITT®) are the result of decades of real world operating history and proven results of decentralized water, wastewater, and storm water treatment that offer significant environmental benefits for homes, communities, commercial properties, and marine vessels…FITT® for the Purpose Intended.
Bio-Microbics manufactures wastewater treatment systems for a wide range of applications. Promoting FITT®-for-purpose treatment, Bio-Microbics’ Fixed Integrated Treatment Technologies (FITT®) provide economical and effective solutions with its certified residential systems [RetroFAST® & SeptiTech® STAAR™: ETV-USEPA, MicroFAST® & BioBarrier® 0.5-1.5: NSF/ANSI Std 40 class 1, NSF/ANSI Std 245 (nitrogen reduction), and BioBarrier® 0.5-1.5: NSF/ANSI Std 350 class R – (water reuse)], and larger systems designed for multi-family, small communities, and commercial (high strength wastewater) properties.
With decades of water and wastewater experience, Bio-Microbics specializes in the design, development, manufacturing and supply of innovative, adaptive water management solutions providing aeration and mixing, biological processes, filtration, membrane systems, and control systems. We are a large mixture of talent and experience. The Bio-Microbics Team encapsulates a staff of engineers, chemists, biologists, drafters, technical engineers, registered sanitarians, and wastewater field experts. Our broad range of experience and education with the latest technology and process innovation maximizes value to our distributors and their clients. While we exercise our innovative and creative abilities, we support our growing network of distributors, whose invaluable knowledge and talent fuels our success on the local level.
Our RetroFAST®, MicroFAST®, HighStrengthFAST®, MyFAST®, BioBarrier® MBR, BioBarrier® HSMBR®, and SeptiTech® STAAR™ Filter wastewater treatment systems meet stringent effluent requirements. Ideal for residential and commercial onsite wastewater reuse and disposal, our solutions range from on-site pretreatment, influent primary and pretreatment, nutrient removal, disinfection systems, and water reuse/recycle, plus biosolids treatment and sludge digestion that enable cost-effective treatment with less maintenance, and a smaller footprint than most other biological process treatment systems on the market today.
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U.S. Secretary of Commerce Penny Pritzker presented Bio-Microbics, Inc. with the President’s E” Star Award for Exports at a ceremony in Washington, DC. The President’s “E Star” Award (having received the prestigious “E” Award four years prior for eligibility) is the highest recognition any U.S. entity can receive for making a significant contribution to the expansion of U.S. exports.
Wineries and vineyards face some added environmental and economic challenges to properly treat and dispose of wastewater. Proper treatment and disposal can be costly and there are very strict regulations that must be followed.
Water reuse may be the moment’s most talked about treatment industry topic. It’s no wonder that as drought persists in regions throughout the world without sign of subsiding, questions about how we can make the most of our water are being asked.
One way to think about offsetting water rate increases is to reuse the water being consumed. For example, instead of paying $100 a quarter and using the water flowing out of faucets just once, what if you as a homeowner could treat that wastewater on site and reuse it to irrigate the lawn, wash the car, or flush the toilets?
Bio-Microbics, Inc., a global leader in decentralized wastewater treatment systems and other water, stormwater, and filtration devices, showcased its latest Filtered Integrated Treatment Technology for rainwater off impervious surfaces, the d-Rain Joint and the new extended aeration system, the RollsAIR, at the Water Environment Federation Technical Exhibition & Conference (WEFTEC) held Sept 28th - 30th, 2015 in Chicago, IL USA.
The students at the University of Miami will know firsthand the importance of rethinking the way we handle wastewater and water with a Net-Zero water treatment system on site. The project showed the viability and feasibility to take buildings off the water grid to provide water recycling and how it can be achieved without raising the cost of high quality water.
Savannah Mitchell felt her heels sink into the moist, mushy ground and was glad she’d changed into her serviceable, waterproof wellies.
We are celebrating EarthDay2015 with our freshwater friends! Water covers 70.9% of the Earth’s surface. However, the water found at the Earth’s surface in lakes, rivers, streams, ponds, and swamps makes up only 0.3% of the world’s freshwater sources.
Decentralized systems have come a long way from the days of rudimentary systems for single family homes — they can now accommodate larger flows and much more complex requirements, according to Bob Rebori, President at Bio-Microbics, during a Water Online radio interview.
Bio-Microbics is pleased to announce the availability of our new Mobile App for tablets and Smart Phones! We created the Bio-Microbics APP for a direct link to important pages on our Website in a fun and interactive screen.
Why buy, transport, and store chlorine when you can make your own? Here are nine questions to consider before adopting the practice.
According to the National Onsite Wastewater Recycling Association, onsite and decentralized wastewater treatment systems are an important part of a country’s permanent wastewater infrastructure.
British Columbia’s fly-in recreational fishing lodge industry was threatened by federal regulators to be closed or fined up to $200,000 unless the sewage wastewater was treated. NOMADIC™ kept them open and operating.
Bio-Microbics MyFAST® 60,000 GPD Wastewater Treatment System is installed under the parking lot of the Los Cabos International Convention Center and the water is reused to irrigate the 2700 m3 greenwall that covers the façade of the building just in time for the 2012 G20 Summit Event.
For many small and medium communities, centralized or conventional sewer options are technically complicated and/or are often the expensive choice for managing wastewater treatment. As the demand for water reaches critical levels for most areas around the world, decentralized treatment systems are becoming increasingly popular by returning treated water back to the local environment.
The economic and environmental costs of treating all wastewater at a centralized location can be a burden. At what point does decentralized treatment make more sense?
There is a greater need to raise awareness for better sanitation, water reuse, and storm water solutions with better simple, low-cost, robust technology.
Jennifer Cisneros, marketing communications manager at Bio-Microbics, Inc., sat down with Water Online Radio for this live interview from the show floor at WEFTEC 2011 in Los Angeles. Cisneros talked about the history and scope of the company, as well as the benefits of decentralized wastewater treatment systems.