Toxic Waste Cleanup Systems
Process, The Answer To The Industries Complex Environmental Contamination From Wastewater
Environmental contamination due to anthropogenic wastewater discharges containing high concentrations of toxic metals is omnipresent in the environment.
Heavy metal ions from manufacturing sources can compromise the integrity of various ecological cycles as well as negatively impact the health of humans through drinking water and the food chain. Increased levels of well-known poisonous metals such as arsenic, selenium, lead and mercury are frequently detected in aqueous wastes. Although there are several metal remediation techniques available commercially, most of them are not feasible and/or are very expensive and inefficient.
Typically in waste streams the heavy metals are bonded up due to the waste stream molecular structure make up and pH factors.
The biological consortia are designed to break these molecular bonds changing the pHs and adapting the waste stream that otherwise would not be available to precipitation or filtration meeting dischargeable standards.
Metals can be precipitated through our process by first being manipulated by the biological and then individually sequestered by our new Nano Technology or processed by conventional methods being chemical or mechanical.
NatureClean - The Answer To The Industries Complex Process Water Toxic Site Cleanup
NatureClean's biosequencing system uses autotrophic, heterotrophic, and mixotrophic microbial populations to manipulate, control, removes constituents from the polluted waste stream and cleanup aqueous and solid toxic waste sites.
The proprietary biochemical reaction process manipulates the wastewater into a more workable state, being more acceptable to conversions by stabilizing the pH and configuring the constituents for consumption, transformation, utilization or precipitation.
NatureClean - The Answer To The Industries Complex Mining Waste Streams
The mining waste steams have carried conductance levels greater than 100,000 umhos/cm containing arsenic, cadmium, chromium, fluoride, iron, lead, mercury, nickel, phosphate, sulfate, zinc, ammonia, nitrate / nitrite and others.
The pHs have been very acidic starting in the 1.2 range finishing between 6.5 to 7.5 with elements all meeting State and Federal levels for discharge and in many cases for water reuse.
The conductance of treated waters has reached levels of below 200, which is better than good, in fact It is of reuse quality.
The footprint of the process is directly attributed to the flow desired or the tons expected to be treated per/minute, per/hour, per/day.
Our consortia formulations can be effective on any waste stream allowing conventional methods of precipitation or filtration to not only work but also be cost effective. Conventional methods, many times with these waste streams, are either not effective or not cost effective. We change those dynamics.
Every site is unique and needs to be analyzed with a pilot evaluation. This is to determine the levels that can be reached, the time and volume that can be treated.
The treatment costs are no more than, and often less than, traditional technologies but deliver results far superior to the traditional method capabilities in use now.