Natural product for wastewater treatment
Developed to optimize the natural water purification and regeneration process in various areas such as urban wastewater treatment plants, domestic septic tanks, stagnant water bodies, and ponds, this set includes carefully selected natural microorganisms, including bacteria, fungi, and yeasts. These microorganisms play a crucial role in significantly reducing both BOD and COD in a remarkably short period. Their action involves accelerating oxidation and deodorization processes, thus achieving optimal results. As a result, this solution effectively optimizes the decomposition of organic matter, thereby improving the quality of water discharged into the environment.
Moreover, this solution ensures a harmonious balance between water resource utilization, environmental preservation, and human health in a sustainable manner.
Find out more about Idor®:
- Idor® 1 : Lipoprotein activator (powdered milk)
- Idor® 2 : Microbial-enzymatic mixture (lyophilized powder, mixture of naturally occurring microorganisms)
- Idor® 3 : Liquid activator (demineralized water, Ascophyllum nodosum, Arthrospira)
Idor® : Complex mixture of micro-organisms and enzymes.
Chemical products are classified according to their level of physical, health and environmental hazard. These hazards are indicated on labels and specific safety data sheets (SDS, or MSDS). With GHS (Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals) hazard statements have been standardized worldwide, so that recipients of the information (production workers, first-aiders and consumers) can better understand the hazards of a chemical they use or handle. In the EU, Regulation (EC) No. 1272/2008 (the so-called “CLP Regulation”) implements the GHS general principles.
According to this Regulation, Idor® products do not need to be classified or labeled on account of their physicochemical properties, their effects on health and environment, and no safety data sheet is required for them. Idor® products are only composed of non-hazardous organisms which are naturally present in the environment (WHO Class 1).
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