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Tannery Report

Return to latest news and case studies page     Evaluation of FBF Organics, BAT X236 application to SCOT tannery effluent treatment system. This report discusses the application of BAT X236, by FBF Organics (FBF), to the wastewater treatment plant at Scot tannery. The tannery treatment plant is an activated sludge system consisting of an aeration pond, clarifier and treated effluent holding dam...

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Reference from Municipal manager Estcourt

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Service provider offers organic solution to sanitation challenges(Engineering News)

Return to latest news and case studies page     Bioremediation service provider FBF Organics says it can provide a simple, cost-effective and environment-friendly solution to the wastewater problems the country is currently facing. The national sewage and effluent infrastructure is currently under stress from overloading and an ageing infrastructure that is in critical need of upgrading and ref...

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Chicken Abattoir Effluent Case Study

Return to latest news and case studies page     A small successful poultry abattoir on the south coast of Kwa Zulu-Natal is being treated by FBF Organics' Abattoir Bio Activator. They slaughter and pack eight thousand chickens a day for super market shelves. Their process uses 17 litres of water per bird which flows into a newly constructed properly designed system of ponds. FBF Organics was ca...

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Compost Trials

Return to latest news and case studies page     Composting is the microbial degradation of organic material, used in many agricultural processes to manage wastes, such as animal manure and plant matter to create soil amendments or use as a growing medium such as the cultivated Agaricus bisporus mushroom. Effective composting requires aerobic bacteria to metabolise and assimilate the substrate. ...

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Bioremediation, The Environmentally Friendly Way to Reallocate Financial Resources

Return to latest news and case studies page     According to eminent retired waste water expert Des Kerdachi, South African cities are drowning in their own sewage sludge.   The expense incurred in the removal, by municipal authorities, of dried, caked sludge from sewage sites, usually to landfill    sights throughout South Africa is prohibitive as it is a major task fo...

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Application to a wastewater treatment plant

Return to latest news and case studies page     FBF Organics installed a reactor unit at a low energy gravity feed sewage works, which receives domestic sewage from the surrounding community of a small coastal town. The system consists of one anaerobic pond followed by four facultative ponds. The final effluent is chlorinated before being discharged to river. Prior to FBF Organics treating the ...

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The Mechanics of the Bio Reactor

Return to latest news and case studies page     The Bio Reactor is reliant on a feeder system that is in a specially adapted lid. The feeder system is both a water fed and mechanically fed process. The feed material is mechanically fed into the tank, in dehydrated form where the water that is fed rehydrates the feed material. Both water and feed material diffuse into the centre of the reactor t...

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