EnviroLagoon breaks down anaerobic, toxic conditions
March 25, 2008 by Manure Manager
EnviroLagoon is a system that breaks down the anaerobic and toxic conditions that exist in all lagoons.
EnviroLagoon is a system that breaks down the anaerobic and toxic conditions that exist in all lagoons. By addressing the toxins entering the lagoon, the product’s unique blend of micro-organisms, enzymes and nutrients are allowed to grow and flourish.
EnviroLagoon energizes and balances the lagoon and creates a total aerobic environment. The system’s anaerobic and toxic conditions are being remedied and replaced by aerobic activity and healthier conditions, reducing both solids and odors.
The product begins by introducing task specific aerobic microorganisms that facilitate and stimulate the natural digestive process of solid waste breakdown in treatment plants, lagoons and ditches (Aerobic microbes are nineteen times faster at digesting solids than anaerobic microbes, says the company).
EnviroLagoon then starts to reduce odors, reduce solids and dramatically shrink islands in dairy lagoons, reducing the need for dredging and construction of new lagoons. It is designed not only to break down the solids that are accumulating in the system, but also aids in promoting an environment that is more conducive to the growth and activity of micro-organisms. These micro-organisms help break down and process toxic and harmful materials in both the waste water system and in land/discharge applications.