Bioscience, Inc. - Biological waste processing and analysis


Ampule Sealing Methods: Tip Seal vs Pull Seal

January 5th, 2018

This white paper explains the different methods for sealing glass ampules (aka ampoules). Two methods are most common for sealing glass ampules:  the tip seal method and the pull seal method.  There are benefits and disadvantages to both methods.  Read on to learn more and to pick the best method for your project. Ampule Sealing […]

Cold Weather Nitrification

December 21st, 2017

Reduce ammonia with nitrifying bacteria. Most wastewater treatment plants experience issues with nitrification during cold weather events.  In winter, the growth rate of natural nitrifying microbial populations tends to slow appreciably. This brochure explains the features and benefits of adding microbial products to your wastewater treatment system to improve nitrification and enhance ammonia oxidation. Improving nitrification […]

Craft Brewery Maintenance

November 15th, 2017

Bioscience, Inc. has launched a “green” maintenance product line focused on the issues faced by craft breweries & restaurants. This product line features natural products for cleaning, plumbing maintenance, BOD reduction, and for treating fats, oils & grease (FOG), odors, and bar flies.  We can also help reduce wastewater surcharges.  Please contact us for a […]

Odor Control in Collection Systems

February 13th, 2017

Foul odors in collection systems are commonly caused by either Hydrogen Sulfide (H2S) or Fats, Oils, and Greases (FOG).  Click on the links below to learn more about how to control odors in a natural and economical way. White Paper: “Microbial Odor Control in Sewage Transport and Treatment” This white paper explains the sources of […]

Anaerobic Digester White Paper

June 13th, 2016

Anaerobic sludge digesters are commonly found in wastewater treatment settings around the world.  This white paper provides information on how anaerobic digesters work and how to use the natural process of bioaugmentation to enhance the treatment process. Anaerobic Digestors – The Role of Bioaugmentation

Nitrification (Ammonia Oxidation) White Paper

March 15th, 2016

This white paper discusses the process of nitrification (oxidizing ammonia to remove nitrogenous compounds from wastewater).  It explains the science behind how nitrification works and how the process can be optimized.  Most wastewater treatment plants (WWTPs) are required to remove ammonia from wastewater before releasing into receiving streams.  Bioaugmentation is an effective and cost efficient […]

10 Myths: Using Microbial Products for Wastewater Treatment

July 30th, 2015

A lot has been written on the topic of microbial products, but much of it is based on belief or hearsay rather than direct experience and hard data. This White Paper is based on over 30 years of direct experience in applying microbial products in wastewater treatment, primarily in activated sludge systems with a wide […]

Biodegradation of FOG in Collection Systems

April 15th, 2015

This white paper explains how the natural process of bioaugmentation can break down fats, oils, and greases (FOG) in collection systems and wastewater treatment plants. White Paper: Biodegradation of Fats, Oils and Greases in Collection Systems MICROCAT-SXMRF grease and fat control bioformula is used in collection systems, lift/pump stations, biological wastewater treatment plants, and aerobic […]