BioPrime and the Environment

  • Bacteria are the agents that stimulate microorganism to provide approximately 90% of the activity in converting inert nitrogen into inorganic useful compounds, along with transforming soil ammonia to nitrates and nitrites that are absorbed by the plants root system. The result is an bio replacement from the use of synthetic fertilizers.
  • The use of chemical Pesticides and Insecticides are significantly reduced and in some cases completely eliminated.
  • Water retention in the soil and plant roots have reduced the requirements for water by as much as 20%.
  • Soil remediation of toxicity and metals, treatment of waste water and decomposition of waste materials in turn generate layers of topsoil and promote macro-organisms (earthworms, etc.) to move and bring life to the soil.

Remediation of Waterways and Treatment of Waste Water

BioPrime provides organic enzymes for lake, stream, rivers and estuary remediation. Bio remediation is defined as the utilization of enzymes, used to stimulate naturally occurring bacteria to break down hazardous natural compounds into harmless compounds. This allows for the treatment of waster waters produced from manufacturing and processing operations, such as distilleries and allows for the water to be recycled for use or redirected and applied towards the irrigation of crops.

BioPrime is a proprietary blend of naturally occurring microbes, enzymes, nutrients and growth stimulants with a unique oxygen release system.

Bio-remediation is powerful and demonstrates dynamic benefits:

  • Fast and thorough composting of chemicals and organic waste
  • Allows or the recycling of waste water and provides a source of water for crop irrigation
  • Transforms waste and chemicals into highly beneficial material. Increases oxygen levels
  • Prevents algae
  • Improves quality and smell of water
  • Provides a healthier habitat for fish
  • Is as very cost effective method of reclaiming and maintaining pristine waterways.

Solid Waste Management

Human and Animal Waste:

Organic enzymes remediate odour, and liquefy solids in latrines, as well as municipal sewer systems. Waste is composted, and transformed into productive plant food. This offers a cost effective solution in areas where latrines are widely in use, as well as in cities, where treatment and odour are an on-going problem.

Landfills:

Organic enzymes treat the causes of offensive doors in landfills. They also break down the organic matter, reducing the volume of waste in the landfill.