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Organic waste and sewage bioaugmentation
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Reduce BOD levels at seasonal low temperatures

Organic waste treatment efficiencies are both temperature and seasonally dependent. During the warm season, mesophilic microbes build up a beneficial biomass, but as temperatures decrease so to do the rates of biochemical reactions. In addition, it is well known that microbes slow their metabolic activities as temperatures drop.

CWT100 was developed to restore microbiological degradation to waste treatment plants during the cold winter months. The product is a combination of specifically isolated psychrophilic (cold loving) strains of bacteria that exhibit growth and metabolic activity at a temperature range of between 1 oC 15 oC.

The cryophiles have developed small structural changes to enable them to survive and prosper. They have adapted their cell membrane to withstand extremely cold environments and produce cold active enzymes to help in the conversion of their organic food source.

Applicationsoxidise ammonia to nitrate

  • Augment the biomass in waste treatment biological reactors in the cold winter months ensuring the plant meets critical discharge limits.
  • Waste treatment facilities in temperate regions can reduce the impact of large seasonal changes on their plant efficiency.
  • Aerobic lagoon systems that experience difficulty in building enough indigenous biomass for efficient treatment due to cold weather operation.
  • Waste treatment plants that are finding it difficult to meet ammonia discharge limits caused by the impact of cold weather on microbial nitrogen removal.
  • Psychrophilic digestion of liquid animal manure and composting systems.
  • Degradation of kitchen waste and refuse in cold environments.
  • Cold weather systems start up or upset recovery.


  • Improved suspended solid and dissolved organic carbon removal during the winter months.
  • Bio-augmentation in cold weather conditions where normal biomass is unable to reduce the organic load due to their slowed metabolism.
  • Enhance cold temperature nitrification and improve ammonia (NH3) discharge results during the cold season.
  • Return sewage plant effluent quality back to acceptable discharge limits during the cold winter months.
  • Ensure that aerobic lagoons remain effective when temperatures drop.
  • Cold water BOD/COD reduction.

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