With more people staying home as we work to flatten the curve of COVID-19, residential plumbing systems are taking a bit of a beating. Our home plumbing, neighborhood collection systems, and large municipal sewer systems were probably not built for so many people being home at once. Do yourself and your neighbors a favor and think before you flush.
So, what on the plumbing blacklist? As a rule of thumb, if it doesn’t dissolve (and stay
We have heard from wastewater facilities that a lot of rainfall in a short amount of time can really throw off their ability to effectively treat wastewater. There is just not enough capacity and too little time to adjust. Unfortunately, we predict that a new kind of rain is coming. With recent concerns and actions around COVID-19, we’re seeing:
3.33 times the amount of water-related to handwashing
Extra flushing to get non-toilet
With the help of hardy Bacillus bacteria, you can treat the incoming sludge as you go, while also reducing 40-60% of your current sludge blanket. With bioaugmentation, you can experience rapid results in increasing treatment capacity. Together we can help you with sludge build-up concerns in a time where there is no time for other options.
Now more than ever, wastewater workers are absolutely essential. With an influx in residential water use, we see and appreciate the hard work being done to keep the world of water running as smoothly as possible. While our ability to travel is limited at this time, our technical service team is ready to help from afar.
Many people have been stocking up on toilet paper over the past few weeks. If you haven’t visited the toilet paper aisle in a while, you may be making tough decisions. Most grocery store TP shelves quickly started to collect dust. A lack of toilet paper means that many will turn to alternatives, causing issues for homeowners and municipalities if steps aren’t taken.
No toilet paper means Kleenex, wipes, paper towels, shop towels,
When it comes to treating wastewater lagoons and ponds, our partners follow our full-service treatment approach that combines premier bioaugmentation products, step-by-step treatment programs, and in-field support.
This unique combination creates a complete solution that brings real success to their customers – just like this real lagoon treatment story!
One of our distribution partners (DPs) was working with a beverage
To meet the growing demand for premium, full-service bioaugmentation solutions, MDG expands their wastewater treatment team into the Northeast region.
Microbial Discovery Group LLC (MDG) is pleased to announce the addition of Russell Simpkins as their newest Account Manager for the Wastewater Treatment industry. Russell will focus on servicing new MDG partners with our Biotifx® platform, a complete solution that includes top-of-the-line
No matter the application, treating wastewater is often like solving an intricate puzzle. Getting all the pieces to fit together takes the right combination of knowledge, experience, and having cold, hard data by your side.
With two decades of experience in water and wastewater treatment, Luke Mickelson brings his positive energy and industry knowledge when serving his Biotifx® customers. We’re so proud to have such a force on our team!
1. What drew you to Microbial Discovery Group (MDG)?
I believed that there was a better way to handle common wastewater problems. MDG is unique when it comes to offering a solution and I knew back then that I wanted to
We’ve heard it time and time again, "Does this stuff really work"? This sparked an idea. Why don’t we help our partners eliminate any doubt upfront by sharing in-field results? Better yet, let’s demonstrate how easy it can be for them to create their own. After all, seeing is believing!
Through years of successful treatment and having now created 40+ case studies, our distribution partners have proven that these studies are the best