A septic biodigester is a system that biologically digests organic material, either anaerobic (without oxygen) or aerobically (with oxygen). Microbes and other bacteria break down organic materials in a biodigester. Most food, including fat, greases, and even animal manure, can be processed in a biodigester.
Biodigesters are a closed system; therefore, it gives off no odor from food waste; this will eliminate flies and rodents from the facility, increasing hygiene. Also, eliminating food waste on-site saves money by reducing hauling costs. The capacity of food a biodigester can process depends on the size; larger the digester more food it can handle. Biodigesters are a living system and require minimal maintenance. Biodigester treatment plant provides the modern environmentally friendly alternative to septic tanks
BIOZONE BIODIGESTER SYSTEM (BZN)
The Biozone Biodigester System is perfect for managing your toilet and kitchen waste. It breaks down the waste into digestate, gas, and odorless water that can be safely discharged to the environment via the modern biozone soakage trench. This eliminates the need for constant emptying and disposal of waste as is common with septic tanks. The Biozone Biodigester has proven effective for managing waste in both domestic and commercial environments.
BIOZONE SEPTICAL BIODIGESTER (BZN FIX)
Biozone Septical Biodigester System is an upgrade to the Biozone Biodigester System where Fixed Film reactors are incorporated.
Fixed-film reactors (FFR) are biological treatment processes that employ a medium of natural or synthetic solid material that will support biomass on its surface and within its porous structure.
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