Bio-Microbics manufactures innovative, advanced wastewater treatment systems, septic system alternative products, and stormwater treatment that provide unique solutions for decentralized homes, clustered subdivisions, small communities and commercial properties around the world.Visit company showcase »
Integrated Water Management is a process which promotes the coordinated development and management of water resources in an equitable manner without compromising vital ecosystems. This white paper dives into the Integrated Water Management process and reveals how communities and industries are addressing wastewater management into the future.
The 2017 theme for World Water Day is ‘Wastewater’. The Bio-Microbics team created a video of people saying “Better Water.
Today’s leading decentralized wastewater systems have closed that gap between the capabilities and performance of conventional wastewater treatment systems. Decentralized wastewater systems are pre-designed for collection, treatment, and dispersal/reuse of wastewater at or near the point of waste generation.
As water resources have been increasingly stressed by drought conditions, other shortages and overloaded municipal water treatment plants, water reuse and grey water have become two of the most common topics within the professional sector. This white paper takes a look at residential water reuse and some products that reduce water consumption.
A 2008 report from the National Research Council discovered that in urban areas runoff from roads carries more pollutants than plazas, courtyards, and similar hardscapes. This white paper identifies five options for an eco-friendly driveway, all of which can satisfy pervious surface requirements where they exist.
Properties wanting to reduce their energy and water consumption levels have a new step forward in water recycling.
Low-flow toilets and other technology innovations can help save water in every home, and each step can make a difference.
Clean water is more in demand than ever, and fortunately there are some easy-to-use technologies that make managing water easier.
As the shortage of clean water continues, the drive to be able to reuse water is leading to innovations in the market.
Storm water management gets easier with a new alternative to permeable concrete solutions.
Everyone can take small steps to reduce water use, usually with only a few small changes to daily habits.
Trickling filter systems sometimes bring high maintenance, high energy bills, and a mess in homeowners’ yards.
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Dairy farmers want a disinfection alternative that is readily available, low-maintenance, effective, and safe for cows.
With more than 50,000 installations in over 60 countries, Bio-Microbics knows a few things about managing wastewater.
Unfortunately, the cost of electricity can be a factor in whether people have access to clean water. One company is making it more affordable to treat water around the globe.
Bio-Microbics introduces the d-Rain Joint™, a simple, green alternative stormwater filtered drain for hard surfaces.
As more communities come to value decentralized wastewater treatment, the Wastewater Mega-Conference brings together industry leaders to share information.
For residential and commercial building projects looking to save water, a wastewater treatment system delivers water clean enough to be discharged into waterways or used for other purposes.
Replacing a failed system never comes at a good time, and the cost can be several thousands of dollars.This white paper, sponsored by Bio-Microbics, looks at one alternative option to replacing a septic system.