Biodigester Chemicals

Biodigester Chemicals

Biodigester chemicals are microbial cultures made of bacterial communities specifically formulated for helping in the biodegradation of waste by use of enzymes produced by the same bacteria. These chemicals are applied in biodigesters, septic tanks, pit latrines, biogas plants, and composite facilities to break down the solids into water, gas, and sludge.

Blueflame Energy Solutions is the number one producer and supplier of biodigester chemicals in Kenya. This article will discuss the different biodigester chemicals offered by this company and which types are best suited for the different biodigesters.

Some of the bacteria in the biodigester chemicals need oxygen to multiply and effectively feed on waste hence biodegradation while others don’t need oxygen at all.

The bacteria that need oxygen are known as aerobic bacteria while the ones that don’t are referred to as anaerobic bacteria.

Before moving on to the bacteria that are supplied by Blueflame Energy Solutions, let us learn the difference between anaerobic digestion and aerobic digestion.

Anaerobic digestion 

This is where oxygen from the environment is cutoff by sealing and the anaerobic bacteria in biodigester chemicals flourish. They break down the organic waste around them by use of enzymes that they produce. The by-product of this process is sludge (digestate), gas, and water. This is the process that makes anaerobic biodigesters, biodigester wastewater treatment plants, and biogas plants among others work.

Aerobic digestion 

This is where the bacteria in biodigester chemicals get oxygen from the surroundings and break down organic waste around them. The by-product of this process is digestate, gas, and heat. It is the process that happens in composite pits and some pit latrines.

The biodigester chemicals discussed in this article are used in biodigesters, septic tanks, bio latrines, and biogas digesters. Blueflame Energy Solutions will advise on the best biodigester chemicals or combination suitable for all specific client needs.

Biodigester chemicals for Solid Waste Plants

These are bacterial cultures applied in biodigester plants and bio pit latrines. From Biozone products under Blueflame Energy Solutions, there are two types of these bacteria, Biozone Bioclean BFB and Biozone Bamoyeast.BFB.

Biozone Bioclean BFB

Bioclean BFB is derived from sugar the sugar-producing process. It is one of the by-products of this process. It is useful in slowly eating hair, soap scum, grease, detergents, and other organic solids mostly from kitchens and bathrooms. It is applied from the house so that it cleans even the sewage piping. It is mostly applied in kitchen sinks, showers, and bathtubs.

The application instructions are to mix two tablespoonfuls of the Bioclean BFB with 10 liters of water and pour them on the surface of either the kitchen sink or shower area. Wait for several hours for it to settle down before adding more water to push it into the sewage septic tank. For any inquiries, contact Blueflame Energy Solutions.

Biozone Bamoyeast BFB

Bamoyeast BFB is a special bacterial and enzyme formulation that is dark brown in appearance used for breaking down solids especially toilet fecal matter in biodigesters. This formula ensures that the sludge is well digested and can be used in both aerobic and anaerobic processes. It comes in liquid form packed in 20-liter containers. Contact Blueflame Energy Solutions for supply information.

Biodigester chemicals for Wastewater Plants

These are microbial cultures and formulations applied in all biodigester wastewater plants and any other water-holding facilities like swimming pools or fish ponds. Under Biozone products, they come in three types, Environzyme, Septoclean, and Septozyme formulae.

Biozone Environzyme BFB

Environzyme BFB is a microbial formulation containing both anaerobic and aerobic bacteria used for cleaning water. After the biodegradation process, one of the byproducts is water which appears brown. This appearance is a result of the residue of organic waste mixed with water. The Biozone Environzyme helps in separating the water from the residue. The residue settles down awaiting further processing while the now clear water moves to another chamber for discharge or reuse. This bacteria also ensures that your biodigester is odorless. Contact Blueflame Energy Solutions for further supply details.

Biozone Septoclean BFB 

Septoclean BFB is a powdery concentrate used in dissolving all waste found in sewage systems. It dissolves grease, soap, paper, and other organic substances that may cause blockages in the system. It should be mixed with warm water and applied when the drains will not be used for 4-6 hours. Afterward, add plenty of water into the system to move the concentrate into the septic tank. This formula is also useful in fighting bad odors that may come from your septic tank, therefore, ensuring no flies will be buzzing around the tank.

Biozone Septozyme BFB

Septozyme BFB is a formulation of anaerobic enzymes that break down the sludge in biodigesters hence giving clear water. It makes the water clear and reusable upon further processing and also odorless. It is also environmentally friendly and works for a long time after application. Contact Blueflame Energy Solutions for supply and application details of this product.

Biodigester chemicals for Biogas Plants

These are specially formulated bacteria and enzymes used in the production of methane gas in biogas plants. They help in increasing the purity and quantity of the gas produced. Biozone supplies the Methano Booster for this purpose.

Biozone Methano Booster BFB

Methanobooster BFB is an anaerobic microbial formula that increases gas production in the tanks by 15% to 20%. It does this by ensuring a steady methanogenic bacteria growth which digests organic substrates into gas and water. The bacteria also kills all parasites in the water hence eliminating waterborne diseases. It also makes the water clear and odorless hence reusable in irrigation activities or harmlessly released into the environment. This bacteria produces rich organic fertilizers for farming activities.

FAQs About Biodigester chemicals

What kills bacteria in biodigester chemicals?

Bacteria in biodigester chemicals are killed by harmful substances put in the biodigester. Not everything that is put in the biodigester will be degraded. Some materials even end up doing more harm than good. There are some washing detergents or soaps that can kill the bacteria in biodigester chemicals. Some others also reduce the effectiveness of the bacteria making the degradation process take longer which may result in the biodigester filling up. Paints used in buildings have also been known to be harmful to the bacteria in biodigester chemicals and should not be disposed of in the biodigesters. To be sure of what to use and what to avoid in your biodigester, contact Blueflame Energy solutions for consultations.

What biodigester chemicals/enzymes are used in biodigesters?

Bioclean BFB and Bamoyeast BFB are the two best biodigester chemicals to use. They reduce the sludge o minimum while ensuring that the biodigester does not give out any bad smells.

What are biodigester chemicals?

These are combinations of bacteria, enzymes, and other materials which are combined together to produce a single product which is then used in biodigesters for the degradation process of organic waste. The best chemicals are the ones that do all the biodigester activities and do not require additional material. Blueflame Energy Solutions are the known stockists of these chemicals.

What chemical is used in biodigester toilets?

This is the chemical used to make sure that waste from toilets is broken down and that the toilets remain odor-free. The best chemical is Bioclean BFB from the Biozone range of products. It ensures a complete breakdown of waste while keeping the toilet clean and smelling good.

What is biodigester chemicals for pit latrines?

These are the bacterial formulations introduced into pit latrines to help in the biodegradation of all organic waste in the latrines. Once these bacteria are put into the pit latrine, all the organic waste is broken down into water, gas, and sludge. This eliminates the need for exhaust services since the pit latrine will never get full.

How to dissolve poop in a pit latrine

Poop in a pit latrine is dissolved by adding biodigester chemicals into the pit latrine. This makes the pit latrine break down all organic waste in it like a biodigester plant does. Blueflame Energy Solutions have the best products for this conversion.

What biodigester chemical dissolves human feces in a toilet?

The best chemical is the one that will completely break down the feces within the shortest period possible. Bioclean BFB from Blueflame Energy Solutions will degrade human feces into water, gas, and sludge within a very short time.

Biodigester chemical prices in Kenya

The prices of different biodigester chemicals will depend on the different suppliers and the quantity supplied. Biodigester chemicals for solid wastes are more expensive than those for wastewater treatment. For the best prices in Kenya, contact Blueflame Energy Solutions for further information.

Where to buy biodigester chemicals in Kenya

Many suppliers sell biodigester chemicals but the best comes from Blueflame Energy solutions. Many clients have complained about substandard bacterial cultures bought but don’t perform their required tasks properly. To avoid all these disappointments, always use Biozone biodigester chemicals from Blueflame Energy Solutions for all biodigester and water treatment needs.


Setting up a biodigester plant, wastewater plant, or biogas plant is one thing, knowing and using the right bacteria or bacterial combination for the best-intended outcome and purpose is another. I hope this article will serve as a guide when procuring biodigester chemicals in the future.

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  1. Hello
    I would like to know what I can use in my biodigester to remove scum. It is fed with cow dung but recently stopped producing gas.
    It is the dome type

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