EBS CryoStart™ Cold Weather Bioaugmentation Formulation

The product is a formulated blend of cold weather tolerant (cryophilic) strains and enzymes that are capable of biodegrading a wide variety of chemicals and materials commonly found in both industrial and municipal systems, including pulp and paper mills, oil refineries, and food & beverage plants.

How to prepare your WWTP for cold weather

Being proactive during cold weather can noticeably reduce wastewater treatment plant (WWTP) upsets.

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EBS is an independent wastewater treatment consulting company that provides unique solutions to various operational and training challenges facing industrial wastewater professionals. We are inspired to be trusted advisors to our clients and Channel Partners, offering an alternative to traditional consultants and suppliers in the form of unique technical insights and perspectives, thereby helping them protect North America’s natural resources while supporting their financial goals and long-term sustainability.

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How to prepare your WWTP for cold weather

How to prepare your WWTP for cold weather

Being proactive during cold weather can noticeably reduce wastewater treatment plant (WWTP) upsets. A reduction in temperature can cause a well-running WWTP to have issues almost overnight. Bacteria do not remove BOD or reproduce as effectively during the colder...