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PDM-7 Microbial Cultures
PDM-7 WT Microbial Wastewater Treatment

For wastewater treatment, we combine 20 bacteria cultures (ATCC Class 1 Organisms), 5 yeast cultures and 1 mold culture. This 26 strain formulation ensures a comprehensive elimination of the wide range of organic wastes found in Septic Systems, Grease Traps, Drain Lines, Animal Waste Lagoons, Municipal and Industrial Wastewater applications.

PDM-7 HC Microbial Hydrocarbon Treatment

For hydrocarbon waste, we combine 6 bacteria cultures (ATCC Class 1 Organisms), and 1 yeast culture . This 7 strain formulation with the addition of PDM-7 nutrient ensures a comprehensive elimination of the wide range of wastes such as crude oil, paraffin, gasoline, phenols, naphthalene, biphenyls, benzopyrene, chlorinated phenols, brake fluids, cyanide, zylene, phthalate esters, pentane, organic pesticides, kerosene, isoprene, heptane, dichlorobenzene, silicon oils, styrene, isobutanol, hexene, ethylene glycol, diesel fuel, chloroform, butanol, acetone and many more.

A Formulation Combing Bacteria, Mold & Yeast

Our formulation utilizes mesophilic bacteria (for mid-temperature environments), thermophilic bacteria (for high-temperature environments), aerobic bacteria (for oxygen-rich environments), faculative anaerobic bacteria (for oxygen-depleted environments), yeast cultures (for low pH environments) and one mold culture (for highly-aggressive phosphate assimilation).



A Formulation Combing 26 Individual Microbes

Our combination of 26 individual microbes ensures the removal of all targeted wastes. Combined, these 26 microbes produce the following list of required enzymes:

  • The four basic industry standard enzymes, namely amylase for degrading starches, protease for proteins, lipase for grease and fat, and cellulase for tissue. In addition, our microbes produce diastase for increased starch removal
  • Three other specific enzymes required for the comprehensive elimination of fruit and vegetable wastes. These three enzymes are pectinase for pectin (fibrous material found in certain fruits and vegetables), xylanase for xylan (also found in fruits and vegetables), and ligninase for the lignin (the heartiest material found in leaves, stems, etc.).
  • The keratinase enzyme, required for degrading hai
  • The urease enzyme, for ammonia and urea removal.