Hygea Power 10X® is an excellent and highly effective deodorizer and eliminator of offensive odors caused by residue of organic decomposing products. In addition, due to Hygea Power 10X™s characteristics, combining it with other products present in IOS line of products significantly enhances the potential and efficiency of the product.
Hygea Power 10X™ can be used in a number of industries such as livestock facilities, restaurants, transporation systems among others.
Hygea® Tabs' safe and natural bacteria acts directly on grease, fats proteins and detergents retained in grease traps, septic tanks, sewage systems and other concentrations of residual wastewaters. Hygea Tabs performs as a biodegradable digester, reducing maintenance frequency.
Some of Hygea Tabs' main uses include but are not limited to grease traps, oxidation ponds and processing plants.
Hygea® Septics' enzymes and bacteria effectively degrade specific residue originating in septic tanks and pump stations.
Hygea Septic is used to degrade organic compounds in restaurants, hospitals, slaughterhouses as well as any establishment that uses septic tanks or alternative wastewater treatments.
Hygea 700®s power to attack light solids present in waters makes this product a great option for treating domestic wastewater. It digests difficult compounds that are toxic for natural or already existing bacteria. These bacterial cultures can reproduce with or without the presence of oxygen.
Hygea 700® is ideal for using in sewage treatment plants, septic tanks and lifting stations.
Hygea 800®'s power to attack heavy solids and grease present in water makes this product a great option for treating domestic wastewater. The mixture of the bacterial cultures selected are specialized to use as grease digestors and accelerates its digestion.
Hygea 800® is ideal for using in sewage treatment plants, septic tanks, and lifting stations.
"The contamination cleanup strategy called bioremediation - using naturally occurring or genetically modified microbes to clean up our messes - is gaining steam, as scientists devise new ways to use bugs against mercury, oil spills, radioactive waste and more."
- Popular Mechanics