Bio-Microbics invites engineers to test their storm and waste water treatment systems

Shawnee, KS ( Pressreleases.kcstar ) April 24, 2014 - Bio-Microbics offers plenty of sewage treatment systems that are environmentally safe, cost efficient and certified as well. These systems are effective alternatives to conventional wastewater treatment plants and septic systems. Builders/developers or architects and engineers currently undertaking new construction or renovation projects can contact them for further information.

"A Bio-Microbics sales engineer will help you choose the best solution for your wastewater or storm water treatment needs. They don't just help you save money, but also offer water reuse opportunities," says a spokesperson for Bio-Microbics. Currently their systems are available for commercial and residential properties including single-family and clustered subdivisions.

A common problem with conventional residential septic systems is lack of oxygen. This produces H2S or Hydrogen Sulfide that not only causes a foul odor, but also leads to corrosion of the entire system. Nitration or the formation of nitrates and nitrites is another concern, besides the release of black sludge that tends to harden the soil surrounding the septic system.

To tackle this, they offer their certified FAST® System that promotes the distribution of oxygen or introduce natural dissolved oxygen (to repair a biologically failed septic system). This advanced wastewater treatment system allows microbial growth even during low, average or peak usage, eliminates sludge bulking, and reduces the total nitrogen inside the system as well.

The FAST System not only offers a long term alternative to septic systems but also repairs existing systems that have biologically failed. "Such is our confidence, that we offer a money back guarantee through our S.O.S or Save Our Septic Program," adds the spokesperson.

About Bio-Microbics:

Bio-Microbics is a leading manufacturer of decentralized wastewater, septic system enhancements and storm water system products. The company has undertaken more than 40,000 installations in over 60 countries. To know more, visit,


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