MB 38 BP microorganisms specially selected for their ability to improve effluent quality and plant stability through enhanced COD degradation at low temperatures.
At low temperatures, industrial wastewater treatment plants often struggle to maintain efficient treatment. Biological activity and temperature are closely correlated. When the water temperature falls below 15 °C (60 °F), treatment can deteriorate, and staying in compliance can become a real challenge. In order to meet treatment goals, the microbial community must contain microorganisms that can function at low temperatures and target a wide range of organics. Lagoon systems are at greater risk because of the increased surface area and the lack of operational controls.
MB 38 BP helps plants to comply with their permits and improves plant efficiency at low temperatures. It contains a blend of psychrophilic (cold-loving) microorganisms and is active all the way down to 2 °C (36 °F). The strains in MB 38 BP have a wide range of organic degradation abilities and can be used at a wide range of industrial facilities.