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Bio-Organic Catalyst (BOC) Technology

Bio-Organic Catalyst (BOC) Technology

Bio-Catalytic Reactions and Gas (Oxygen) Transfer

The bio-catalytic compositions (BOCs) of Bio-Organic Catalyst, offer an entirely new platform technology to the water treatment and waste management marketplace. BOCs provide two critical and complementary functions; One, a catalytic breaking of molecular bonds of organic wastes, and Two, facilitation of greatly enhanced gas transfer mechanisms. These together address the fundamental underlying speed of transforming waste streams into clean discharges and ecological restoration.

BOCs are built upon the powerful nutrient values of a fermentation supernatant, derived from plants and minerals, providing a highly enriched resource of essential metabolic factors. Blended with surface modifying components into a very powerful liquid concentrate, BOCs form ultra-fine micro-bubbles in the water column. These ultra-fine micro-bubbles act as the physical platform for highly accelerated chemical and biological reactions within water and organic wastes.

BOCs offer an extraordinarily powerful mechanism for allowing gases to cross membrane barriers, thereby increasing both biological processing vitality and reproduction rates. Rates of gas transfer are a critical factor in the vitality of all aerobic and anaerobic biological processes. These ultra-fine micro-bubbles have very high gas transfer characteristics than are possible through mechanical aeration. Vastly improved gas transfer rates offer critical enhancements to the biological oxidation reduction of organic wastes and wastewater.

BOCs are effective in making organic pollutants more soluble, transforming insoluble waste components into more readily available (consumable) nutrients for micro-organisms. BOCs can drive up the dissolved oxygen levels (DO) in the water column.  The functional mechanism of BOCs is attributed to molecules consisting of both a hydrophobic and a hydrophilic element. BOC’s patented amphiphilic molecules will attach to components such as; bacteria, VOCs (odors), organic materials, volatile solids (VS), biological slime growth, decaying organic matter byproducts (sulfides, etc.).

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