Bioactivators Micropan - a toilet in the country without odors and problems



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Recently, many different products have appeared on store shelves designed for waste treatment in country toilets. Manufacturers promise a powerful deodorizing effect and dilution of sewage. Many summer residents already know that the natural process of decomposition of "toilet" waste occurs with the help of beneficial soil bacteria. If you are concerned about the safety of products for country toilets, then we recommend choosing special biological products that decompose sewage in the same way as it happens in nature. They simply accelerate natural decomposition processes by quickly "eating" organic waste - feces, fats, paper, etc. These products contain specially selected beneficial soil bacteria, as well as enzymes and nutrient media that allow bacteria to immediately get to work. These are sanitary products of a new generation, the use of which does not violate the ecological balance and does not poison the environment.

We recommend using bioactivators of the MICROPAN series

For those gardeners who use a yard latrine with a cesspool, a bioactivator is suitable "MICROPAN cesspool", which significantly accelerates the processing of sewage in the sump. The first results are visible within 1-2 days. The smell weakens significantly, flies disappear, and the volume of sewage in the pit decreases, which can be seen from the marks on the walls. It will be necessary to pump out the contents of the cesspool treated with this tool much less often. It is necessary to add the bioactivator approximately every 30 days. With regular use, the sewage is liquefied, and after 2-4 weeks an odorless liquid is formed in the pit, which does not require special disposal. Waste in this form can be buried in the ground right on the site, it can also be used as fertilizer for ornamental crops, shrubs and trees.

If you use a bucket toilet or other small storage tank that you take out 1-2 times a week, we recommend using a bioactivator. "MICROPAN bucket toilet"... It contains no quaternary ammonium salts and other chemical compounds that are found in many sanitizing liquids for the treatment of sewage, so the contents of the treated bucket can be safely poured into the compost, the bacteria contained there will accelerate its maturation. Waste can also be buried directly in the ground. In the soil, impurities will quickly decompose naturally to simple organic forms.

For owners of dry closets, a new product is suitable "MICROPAN Dry closet" - these are water-soluble sachets for 10 fillings of the dry closet tank. The tool will not harm the ecology of your site, unlike chemical sanitizing liquids, which are often used by owners of dry closets. You can use regular toilet paper.

Owners of suburban sewerage systems with septic tanks or wells for collecting and processing wastewater are recommended to use special series "DOMOVO". They activate the work of a local sewerage system of any design, eliminate odors from drain holes, hatches and drains, clean pipes and drains. Reducing the amount of sludge will allow you to refuse the services of sewers.

Using modern bioactivators "MICROPAN" and "DOMOVO", you will increase the comfort of your country life and improve the environmental situation in your country area


Cesspools

Consider one of the ways to solve drainage problems in the private sector - a method of self-cleaning outdoor toilets and cesspools.

Since everything in nature is arranged quite harmoniously, that is, some animals serve as food for others, and excrement, in turn, for other animal organisms, this allowed American scientists to remove bacteria, which became the basis for special biological products for cesspools.

These bacteria are able to adapt to chlorine-containing household products and are usually dormant.

Once in the aquatic environment (+4 C +40 C), they begin to revive and actively process everything that is contained in the cesspool: feces, paper, cleaning vegetables, fats, and other bacteria that are sources of fetid odors.

Biological products that are presented on the modern market differ in their role in the processing of toilets and cesspools:

  1. some of them process 100% feces into 100% sludge
  2. others are able to reduce the volume of sewage
  3. still others process the entire contents into a liquid that is absorbed into the ground.

Biological products of the third type with the help of microorganisms transform everything accumulated in the septic tank into a cloudy liquid that does not have an odor and a little about 3% of the sediment dissolving in water and draining into the soil.

With the constant use of such a tool, drainage into the septic tank is improved, the need for pumping out disappears and the stench disappears.

Liquid that forms in a cesspool or toilet when using a biological product, can serve as an excellent natural fertilizer for horticultural and horticultural crops.

Video: a method of using the biological product "Vodogray".


Varieties of formulations used

For the treatment of toilets and cesspools, substances are used that can accelerate the decomposition of feces, paper, cellulose and thereby prevent the appearance of an unpleasant odor (companion of rotting waste products) and rapid filling.

To accelerate the decomposition of biomass, the following can be used:

  • chemicals (acid or alkaline)
  • bioactivators for biological destruction of the contents of the cesspool.

Chemistry for the country toilet copes well with the task, however, these are strong poisons - formaldehydes, chlorine-containing liquids, ammonium salts. They work at any temperature, breaking up the molecules of organic waste. The bad smell disappears, but there is a danger of poisonous (formaldehyde) and aggressive substances entering the ground. Waste after treatment with formaldehyde must be removed, they cannot be used as fertilizer.

Bioactivators are natural bacteria that are absolutely safe for the environment. The natural process of waste recycling is accelerated 1000 times, since the compositions contain various types of bacteria in huge quantities, and all this army feeds on garbage, actively multiplying. As a result, a few hours after loading the biological product, the smell disappears, and the biomass decomposes into water and carbon dioxide.

The composition of the drug depends on the place of use and technology, but they all contain:

  • aerobic microorganisms, the activity of which is supported by atmospheric oxygen
  • anaerobic bacteria working without air access
  • enzymes - accelerators of biochemical reactions
  • enzymes that protect bacteria from the effects of household chemicals and accelerate the decomposition process.

The antiseptic for the sewerage of a country house differs in composition from that proposed for street toilets. The offered bioactivators are harmless to the environment and harmless to humans. They destroy paper, fats, human waste products, destroy pathogens. The end product of their vital activity is a cloudy, odorless liquid and a sediment of a mineral composition.


Manufacturers

Bioforce

Under this trademark, dry closets and biological products (bioactivators) are produced, which allow you to quickly, effectively and safely solve the problems of local pollution, neutralize human waste, and also minimize the spread of odors released during the decomposition of organic matter.

Piteco

Trademark of domestic inexpensive peat toilets from the LEX group of companies.

The factories of the company are located in China, but the goods are manufactured for the European market and according to European standards.

Thetford

The Dutch company Thetford traces its history back to 1963. It all started with the usual supply of marine vessels with dry closets, and ended with mass production, not only of this product, but also of other accessories for bathrooms.

Separett

The Swedish company Separett, which develops electric dry closets, has long established itself as one of the best companies on the market.

Rostok

EcoProm is a reliable domestic manufacturer of polyethylene products by rotational molding.

Kekkila

Finnish company specializing in the production of fertile mixtures and soil, dry closets and composters.


Use of chemicals

The second method of decomposition of waste masses is based on chemical reactions.

For this, various substances are used that can decompose and neutralize impurities.

Such funds, as a rule, are not very expensive, but can be dangerous to humans, so they are used in compliance with safety rules.

Let's take a look at the most common chemicals:

  1. Formaldehyde: This drug, also known as formalin, is affordable but is less commonly used due to its toxicity and is considered obsolete.
  2. Nitrate oxidants: substances that are much less hazardous to human health and the environment. Moreover, after processing some of them, for example, nitric acid, the waste mass can be used as fertilizers. However, this does not mean that nitrate oxidizers are ineffective: they do an excellent job with bacteria living in feces, eliminate unpleasant odors and dilute wastewater, making it easier to pump out.
  3. Ammonium salt compounds: when mixed with water, they form a strong alkali, which effectively decomposes waste and destroys even the strongest and most persistent odor. They have two drawbacks: they are neutralized by detergents and are extremely hazardous to human health (in order to avoid the ingress of vapors into the air, the cesspool must be vacuum cleaned).

The widely known drug, bleach, is still used. This tool, like formalin, is very dangerous, but due to its low cost, it remains in demand.


Chemistry for septic tanks and cesspools

Designed for effective removal of hair, organic dirt, grease, unpleasant odors, food debris in all types of drain and sewer pipes.
Weight: 70 g.

It is used to remove unpleasant odors, has a fresh long-lasting aroma.
Weight: 450 g.

The ideal symbiosis of ultra-efficient microorganisms and biologically active enzymes in the product guarantees optimal functioning of septic systems and cesspools, minimizes the need for sanitation, breaks down soap and paper.
Weight: 100 g.
Designed for 60 days, 2m³

Blockage Gel, Eliminates Unpleasant Odor
Volume: 1000 ml.

The combination of aerobic and anaerobic microorganisms in the product provides the best results both in the maintenance of country toilets and septic systems and cesspools, ensuring their optimal functioning.
Volume: 1000 ml.
Designed for processing 2 m3 of biowaste, for 6 months.

The ideal symbiosis of ultra-efficient microorganisms and biologically active enzymes in the product guarantees optimal functioning of septic systems, minimizes the need for waste disposal, breaks down soap and paper.
Volume: 1000 ml
Designed for 30-40 days, 12m³.

The ideal symbiosis of ultra-efficient microorganisms and biologically active enzymes in the product guarantees optimal functioning of the cesspools, minimizes the need for waste disposal, breaks down soap and paper.
Volume: 1000 ml
Designed for 30-40 days, 12m³.

The unique composition and high concentration of microorganisms in the product allows the use of the product for the emergency restoration of the functioning of septic systems, cesspools and for the prevention of blockages in drainage systems and pipes.
Volume: 1000 ml.
Designed for processing 10m³. biowaste.

Designed for processing 10 m³ of biowaste.
BB- Z150 is the first and only means of winter action on the market of biological products.

The need to clean and disinfect street toilets and cesspools on the territory of summer cottages and personal households causes many problems for their owners. Often, the available access roads do not allow the sewer truck to pass. Even if this is not the case, many would like to use this service as little as possible. Today the market offers household chemicals, safe for septic tanks and in many cases it is possible to do without the help of sewers.


Cesspool remedy: which is better

One of the most pressing issues that private house owners have to deal with is wastewater disposal. But a properly selected cesspool agent can not only minimize the use of a sewer truck, but also provide a garden with safe, high-quality fertilizer.

We will tell you which option will be optimal for the treatment facilities of your autonomous sewage systems. We describe in detail all the formulations used in practice, evaluate their effectiveness. The information provided by us will help you choose the best remedy.

Methods for cleaning cesspools

Any cesspool needs periodic cleaning, the frequency of which is determined by the intensity of operation.

Disinfection and disposal of wastewater can be carried out in several ways:

  • Mechanical cleaning... It consists in the separation and subsequent removal of insoluble large particles of mineral origin from the waste mass. It is carried out by settling and filtration. The mechanical method does not allow getting rid of insoluble compounds, therefore it is used as an addition to chemical and biological purification technologies.
  • Biological treatment. The method is based on the use of aerobic and anaerobic species of living bacteria for septic tanks and cesspools. They convert the effluent into sludge and water. Decomposition into these components occurs due to the initial oxidation with the help of anaerobic bacteria, followed by additional purification with aerobes.
  • Chemical cleaning. The methods are based on the principle of converting soluble compounds with the help of reagents into sparingly soluble compounds, after which they are precipitated. The method is used primarily for the treatment of industrial effluents and faeces.

Chemical and biological technologies are associated with the use of wastewater treatment products. An option for domestic conditions is most often septic tanks with one, two or three chambers.

In the first chamber, the effluents are fermented with the assistance of anaerobes, in the following their final additional purification and preparation for discharge into filtration fields or discharge into filtration ditches.

Purpose of means for the treatment of cesspools

The use of biological products for cesspools

The principle of operation of the demanded funds for cesspools

The main component of biological complexes

Chemicals in the treatment of cesspools

An extremely simple preparation scheme

Removal of solid sediment from cesspools and septic tanks

A mechanical method for purifying waste mass in a biological station

The more chambers a septic tank has, the higher the degree of wastewater treatment. Water from three-chamber structures can flow into the ground without additional treatment. There, in natural conditions, they will be additionally cleansed, due to which they will not disturb the natural ecological balance.

Water from two-chamber and single-chamber septic tanks must flow either into a centralized sewer network, or c. Therefore, structures with one or two chambers are used mainly for the treatment of gray wastewater, and the masses from "latrines" are diverted to cesspools, backlash or powder closets.

The function of the septic tank is to separate the effluent into a soluble and insoluble mass and in the subsequent decomposition of organic matter. Treatment is carried out with the help of anaerobes, always present in the waste masses, and anaerobes, which are present or artificially introduced there.

All types of cleaning are associated with the formation of sediments, which should be periodically pumped out and removed. The sludge formed during chemical treatment is pumped out and taken out for disposal in central treatment facilities. Sediments obtained as a result of biological processing, after aging in compost heaps, are used as fertilizers.

By using aerobic bacteria, up to 95% of the effluent is purified, allowing wastewater to be discharged into gutters. However, it is desirable to carry out additional treatment in the absorption well or the drainage system shown in the diagram. Drains can be laid only if there is at least 1 m between them and the groundwater horizon

The main requirements for wastewater treatment preparations are the ability to minimize the volume of fecal matter, the ability to process filtered solids, paper and cellulose.

An important role is played by the factor of the possibility of treating domestic wastewater, which may contain compounds of chlorine, acids, alkalis, phenols.

Sewage drainage is carried out using any of the specified cleaning methods. The use of biological agents allows you to invite sewers much less often

Cesspool cleaning chemicals

The chemicals used to clean cesspools can be divided into several main subgroups:

  • Formaldehyde
  • Ammonium compounds
  • Nitrate oxidants
  • Bleaching powder.

The chemical compounds used for cleaning have a number of advantages and disadvantages.

The strengths of pit latrine chemistry are as follows:

  • Chemical preparations are effective at any temperature, while the temperature range for the vital activity of living bacteria is +4 - (+ 30) degrees.
  • The efficiency of cleaning with chemicals is not affected by the hardness of the water and the content of antiseptic substances in it.

Biological technologies are inferior to their chemical counterparts in terms of their potential use. microorganisms useful for cesspools die in an antiseptic-containing environment and under unfavorable temperature conditions.

Purification of effluents with the help of live bacteria allows, according to sanitary standards, to be discharged into waste water bodies and ditches or transferred into the ground after additional purification in an absorption well

Negative aspects of the use of chemical antiseptics for cleaning cesspools:

  • Corrosive effect on metal pipes and certain types of plastics. With prolonged contact, the structure of these materials loses its integrity and collapses.
  • Vapors and gases inevitably emitted during the chemical cleaning of cesspools have a negative impact on the environment. When it enters the soil, beneficial enzymes are destroyed and almost all microorganisms die.
  • Chemicals lead to the accumulation of pathogenic bacteria in the cesspool. In this regard, even chemically treated wastewater cannot be used as fertilizer.

By its nature, almost any chemical cleaning agent is aggressive to the environment. Therefore, it is necessary to use as carefully as possible, avoiding the ingress of decomposition products into the soil and underground aquifers.

Formaldehyde for disinfection and cleaning

Recently, the use of formaldehyde was not only the cheapest, but also the most common method of disinfecting a cesspool. Due to the fact that preparations based on formaldehyde, otherwise called formalin, are highly carcinogenic, they are less and less used for wastewater treatment.

Formalin is most often used to prevent decomposition processes in the sump and suppress the development of harmful microorganisms and bacteria

Most often, formalin is used as a disinfectant, it is able not only to destroy all living bacteria, but also to stop the decomposition of the contents of the cesspool, which is often accompanied by the release of toxic gases.

Ammonium salt compounds

Preparations based on ammonium compounds have high disinfection qualities. They not only noticeably stimulate the decomposition of sewage, but also perfectly neutralize unpleasant odors emitted from the cesspool.

Ammonium salts belong to the category of onium compounds, which contain tetravalent nitrogen structures. Under the influence of water, ammonium preparations are converted into a solution with concentrated alkali, which ensures the efficiency of decomposition of the contents of the cesspool.

Ammonium preparations work effectively in the absence of a joint sewage system in the drains, which removes fecal matter together with “gray” waters, household chemicals and constituent detergents.

It is known that ammonium salts have a very negative effect on human health and the state of the environment, but the mechanism of their effect has not been fully investigated.

Ammonium salt preparations are very sensitive to the presence of household chemicals and detergents in the cesspool, which can reduce the cleaning efficiency

In this regard, it is recommended to use ammonium salts to neutralize sewage only when a storage tank built 20 m from the house is completely sealed and when human contact with vapors is prevented. When emptying a cesspool, disinfected with ammonium salts, it is necessary to use vacuum pumping.

Specificity of the use of nitrate oxidants

In comparison with formalin and ammonium compounds, nitrate oxidants are gentle drugs. When disinfecting cesspools with nitrate oxidants, decomposition products can be used in the form of fertilizers with some restrictions.

Nitrate oxidants do an excellent job with the decomposition of solid waste and fecal matter, neutralizing a specific odor and converting the contents of the sump into a homogeneous substance. To obtain the safest fertilizer, nitric acids should be used as nitrate oxidants.

Nitrate oxidizers ensure the rapid decomposition of the contents of the cesspool into liquid and silty components, the resulting sludge can be used as fertilizer

The only drawbacks of nitric acid compounds are their high cost and aggressive effect on metals, upon contact with which nitrates are deposited on their surface. In the presence of steel pipes in the sump, they can "overgrow" due to contact with nitric acids.

Features of the use of bleach

Chlorine lime is widely used for disinfection and due to its low cost. Like formaldehyde, bleach is highly carcinogenic. Despite the fact that it belongs to the category of disinfectants, it still has toxicity to the human body.

Bleach is an excellent disinfectant, but due to its high toxic properties, you should work with it as carefully as possible, without deviating from the instructions.

Bleach should be used with the utmost care, following the manufacturer's recommendations for handling the chemical. It should be borne in mind that the powder should be stored in a dark place, since in bright light, as a result of the decomposition of bleach, there is a loss of active chlorine.

Rules for the selection of cleaning chemicals

Before buying a drug, you need to decide on the need for further use of recycled sewage and wastewater. If you want to use treated wastewater as fertilizer, then it is better to abandon chemicals. As a last resort, nitrate salts can be used, which are the least hazardous to the environment.

Due to the fact that chemical agents are inherently aggressive to various materials, it will not be superfluous to take into account the material of the walls of the cesspool, the presence of pipelines in it. Chemistry should be chosen with utmost care when using a fecal pump, the surface of which is most affected by chemicals.

If household chemicals or detergents get into the cesspool, they can affect the efficiency of the chemicals. Some chemicals, reacting with detergents and household chemicals, are partially or completely neutralized, so it will not be superfluous to study the instructions or consult about compatibility.

Biologicals for the cesspool

If for the decomposition of sewage cesspool they are used on the basis of enzymes and living organisms, then this method of cleaning is called bacterial-enzymatic.

All bacterial and enzymatic preparations for wastewater treatment have the following qualities:

  • Converting waste to a safe mass. The sludge obtained as a result of the vital activity of bacteria is a valuable fertilizer, rich in organic matter and minerals.
  • They are safe for people, do not cause allergic reactions and skin irritation even in case of direct contact.
  • Contributes to the elimination of odors and excess gas formation during decomposition.
  • When in contact with any materials of inorganic origin, they do not show aggression. This fully applies to metal, plastic, plastic, concrete, brick, which are most often used for sewerage and cesspool walls.
  • They are able to work effectively only at positive temperatures, they are most active in the temperature range from +3 to +30 degrees. Although there are exceptions, and there are preparations based on bacteria that can work well even at temperatures up to +45 degrees.
  • Sensitive to household chemicals and detergents.
  • They are oppressed and can almost completely die when combined with chemical cleaning agents - concentrated alkalis and acids, phenols, aldehydes, active chlorine. The survival of bacteria depends on the concentration of the chemistry.

It should be noted that although live bacteria are effective for cesspools, they are still not recommended for use in winter and cannot be combined with chemical agents.

Wastes fermented in the first chamber with the participation of anaerobic bacteria enter the second (and subsequent) chambers with aerobes. After that, it is carried out from additional treatment in drains or a filter well with the help of aerobic bacteria in the ground.

By their nature, cesspool microbes can be classified into 2 groups:

  1. Aerobic. They work only in conditions of unhindered supply of oxygen necessary for their life. To do this, either provide free access to it in an unlimited volume, or pump gas with compressors. Aerobes are able to process almost all substances entering the cesspool and destroy harmful microbes, purify and disinfect water before it enters the filtration fields or into the absorption well.
  2. Anaerobic. They work in closed sealed containers that exclude oxygen penetration. Such cultures are used for preliminary digestion of effluents with the help of methane-forming microorganisms. Fermentation is carried out for 2-3 days, then the prepared mass goes to the disposal of the aerobes.

For bacteria to work effectively, extreme temperature fluctuations must be avoided. Preference should be given to those who have undergone adaptation to chemistry and are able to work in complete darkness.

Preparations providing biological treatment of effluents can be produced in various forms.

The release form is determined by the following parameters:

  • Genus of bacteria used
  • Composition of the preparation
  • Application frequency
  • Ease of use.

Most often, bio-based drugs are available in the form of granules and powders, liquid formulations and tablets. Each of the presented biological agents has its own characteristics of dilution and different efficiency of waste decomposition.

Powder options

Produced in the form of a dry powder, the composition of which contains a group of microorganisms and enzymes. The drug is convenient for transportation, it is packed in containers and containers of various sizes.

Powder formulations are distinguished by the following characteristic features:

  • The drug consists of saprophytic anaerobic bacteria grown under artificial conditions.
  • The composition can be realized both in the form of a powder and in a granular mixture.
  • Bacteria in the form of granules or powder are in suspended animation and require activation.

Most often, bacteria are activated by adding warm water in the proportions indicated by the manufacturer. Sometimes adding sweetness or organic matter may be required to activate bacteria. A sign of the awakening and the beginning of the vital activity of bacteria is the release of carbon dioxide, which is manifested by the release of bubbles on the surface.

When awakening bacteria in the powder of the bacterial agent, you must strictly follow the manufacturer's instructions, otherwise the action of the agent will not bring any effect

The instruction should not be neglected, since improperly awakened bacteria will not bring any positive effect after entering the cesspool.

Liquid concentrated products

Liquid biological products are characterized by a high concentration of microorganisms. They contain a complex of anaerobic bacteria that effectively decompose almost any organic waste. Under the influence of household waste, it decomposes into water and carbon dioxide.

The main distinguishing feature of liquid products is the small volume required for a large amount of waste. Due to the high concentration of the solution, 1 liter of the drug will be enough for processing 2 cubic meters of wastewater. The recommended amount of the drug is indicated by the manufacturer.

In most cases, liquid products are already ready to use, but for maximum effect, it is better to keep them at room temperature to better awaken bacteria.

Liquids may need to be diluted with warm water or directly poured into and out of the bottom. In any case, the container with bacteria must be kept at room temperature and made sure that the vital activity of bacteria is activated. The container with bacteria during the awakening period should not be left under the influence of bright light.

Preparations in the form of tablets

The tablet form of biological products is considered the most convenient to use. It is enough to place the cleaning tablets for the cesspool in a container with sewage, and anaerobic bacteria will begin their work. The amount of the drug is determined by the volume of the pit and is indicated in the instructions for use.

Tablets are based on anaerobic bacteria, which work great in the dark in the absence of oxygen. In addition to tablets, biological products can be produced in the form of cassettes with inoculated microorganisms or in the form of self-dissolving bags.

The easiest way is to work with biological products in the form of tablets, they do not require preliminary preparation, it is enough to throw 1-2 tablets monthly into the cesspool and not worry about the processing of sewage

The tablets perfectly dissolve solid bottom sediments, which avoids the work of deepening the sump. In addition, they perfectly remove suspended particles from wastewater and neutralize unpleasant odors.

When buying tablet preparations, you need to pay attention to the characteristics of the vital activity of bacteria. This is due to the fact that there are tablets based on aerobic bacteria used in septic treatment plants. Such preparations are not suitable for cleaning cesspools, since oxygen is needed for their activity.

Review of the best brands and brands

Given that chemicals are increasingly having a negative impact on the environment, biologics are becoming more and more popular.

The most popular in the market for biological products for cleaning cesspools are:

  • Bioactivator Saneks. It is produced in the form of a powder, which should be infused in warm water for 20 minutes to activate bacteria. Sanex, in addition to sewage, copes well with fats, starches, paper and organic fibers. The resulting water can be used for irrigation.
  • Dr. Robik. It contains more than a hundred types of microorganisms, which allows, in addition to organic matter, to easily cope with the decomposition of phenols, fats and detergents. A sachet of the drug is able to clean 5 cubic meters of wastewater. If there is not enough water in the cesspool, then for effective work it is necessary to make up for the liquid deficit.
  • Bioactivator "Green Pine". In addition to bacteria, the preparation contains organic carriers, enzymes, and a coniferous flavoring agent. In addition to excrement, it copes well with fats, minimizes the reproduction of generations of flies. The drug ensures the processing of the contents of the pit to a fertilizer state.
  • Micropan. Available in powder and liquid form, there is also a tablet form. Optimally matched bacteria and enzymes cope with the processing of excrement and paper into a safe pulp.
  • Bio-sept. It is used as a universal remedy for cesspools. Promotes liquefaction of bottom sediments, cope with fats, excrement, neutralizes surfactants. The bacteria of the drug are strongly suppressed by chlorine-containing substances.

All biological products do an excellent job with organic waste, and their effectiveness is determined by the environment that is present in the sump. There are simply no special criteria for choosing organic drugs; for their effective work, you need to strictly adhere to the manufacturer's recommendations.

The article proposed by us will acquaint you with the device and technology at the summer cottage.

Conclusions and useful video on the topic

Video # 1. Cleaning the cesspool with nitrogen fertilizers:

Video # 2. Tips for using bacteria to neutralize odor and decompose sump waste:

Video # 3. Recommendations for working with biological products Dr. Robik:

By choosing a chemical disinfection method, you endanger your health and harm the environment. Even a one-time use of chemistry will forever exclude the possibility of using microorganisms.

Although microbes and bacteria for the treatment of cesspools have limitations, it is still better to give preference to them as an effective and safe means of cleaning.

Would you like to tell what composition for the treatment of the cesspool you had to use? Please write your comments in the block below. Ask questions, share your impressions, tips and photos.


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