We provide solutions for industrial and municipal wastewater treatment optimization. Bioaugmentation and knowledge of biological wastewater processes have been and remain our specialty since 1980. Our team of representatives addresses clients concerns with on-site evaluations and full technical support.
Presence of excessive algae is not only irritating but can also affect TSS, pH in lagoons, clarification and UV disinfection. We provide a variety of environmentally safe solutions for algae removal.
So many blends to choose from–grease bugs, plant startup, shock recovery, digester, denitrification, nitrification. Learn more about what blend is right for your application.
Let’s be honest, wastewater stinks. Excessive odors can cause more than neighbors to complain, H2S can cause corrosion. We provide chemical and biological solutions for eliminating odors.
Achieving complete mixing of lagoon thermoclines can be costly and difficult to maintain. Solar power mixers can reduce BOD, TSS, ammonia, sludge build up and improve pond efficiency.
Presence of excessive algae can affect TSS, pH in lagoons, clarification and UV disinfection. Maryland Biochemical provides a variety of environmentally safe solutions for algae removal.
Foams can occur due to seasonal changes, hydraulic flow, or a shock to your treatment plant. We provide a variety of solutions for biological and surfactant induced foam.
With permits getting more stringent on ammonia limits. Our blend of Nitrosomonas and Nitrobacter can help keep your plant within permits and worry-free!
Date: November 12, 2019
Class Name: Hands on Microbiology Process Control
Presenter: Steve Leach
Location: Delaware Rural Water Association Hosting Training Workshop at Kent County WWTP Milford, DE
Date: December 11, 2019
Session Name: Bioaugmentaion & Monitoring the Biological Process; Energy Savings & Sludge Reduction in Lagoons
Session Time: 8:00 AM – 9:30 AM
Presenter: Dick Marcheski
Location: Maine Rural Water Association’s Annual Technical Conference and Tradeshow at the Cross Center, Bangor Maine
Date: February 25th, 2020
Session Name: Microbiology & Importance of Higher Life Forms in Wastewater
Session Time: 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM
Presenter: Steve Leach
Location: Delaware Rural Water Associations Annual Technical Conference and Tradeshow Harrington, DE
More dates to come!