22 Reasons to Treat Your Wastewater with BioLynceus Biological Solutions

  1. Saves you time and money.
  2. Faster waste digestion.
  3. Substantially reduces clean out frequency.
  4. No longer allows heavy crusting.
  5. Easy to use & no need for special equipment.
  6. Reduces wear and tear on machinery.
  7. Waste treatment system operates better and becomes biologically healthy.
  8. Increases dissolved oxygen (DO).
  9. Eliminates most odors.
  10. Reduces ammonia levels.
  1. Reduces nitrate levels.
  2. Reduces phosphate levels.
  3. Reduces biochemical oxygen demand (BOD).
  4. Reduces volatile suspended solids.
  5. Reduces total suspended solids (TSS).
  6. Environmentally safe.
BioLynceus Products are Safe for the Environment
  1. Effective on municipal/institutional waste treatment.
  2. Effective in septic systems.
  3. Effective in animal waste lagoons lagoons and compost piles.
  4. Accelerates decomposition of solids.
  5. Positive effects on effluent discharge.
  6. Increased Microbial action.

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