Bio-Zyme effectively and economically reduces phosphorus, nitrogen & muck in lakes
Your constituents are looking to you and other public officials for leadership in providing for a clean environment and water system. Today water quality is a very hot button issue. There has been very public outcry about the water and government officials who are charged with task of maintaining our water assets are often caught between and rock and hard space in their competing points of view in how to eliminate excessive nutrients that cause a multitude of environmental problems.
The question you have to answer is, what is the most effective course of action within the limits of your budget and mandate that can solve the water quality problem that will make all stakeholders satisfied?
Water is a connected system: water from rain drains the surrounding land into ponds and lakes, then flows into rivers finding its way to estuaries and eventually to the ocean. All along waters journey it picks up nutrients and that is the problem. Mother Nature can't keep up. There is a cost effective, safe and efficient solution ... bacterial augmentation with Bio-Zyme.
Jim Burney, past president of AVC, discusses the problem and the role of bacterial augmentation with Bio-Zyme.
Bio-Zyme Is Based On Science.
Bio-Zyme significantly reduces the nutrients of phosphorus and nitrogen in water and muck levels in STAs to reestablish water flow.
Bio-Zyme is not a chemical. Bio-Zyme is a unique blend of natural bacteria that exist in lakes and pounds. It works by augmenting the natural bacteria at the base of the food chain to remove nutrients.
Used in an STA Bio-Zyme reduces the need for costly mechanical removal of muck for pennies on the dollar and extends the useful life of the STA.
Bio-Zyme System can be: scaled to any size water body, easy to install and easy to maintain.
A great deal time, money and political capital have been spent in developing a series of storm water treatment areas do the work in removing excessive nutrients. STAs are effective but STAs have limitations as a solution:
1. STAs are expensive to acquire, build and maintain.
2. As water flows through an STA plants remove nutrients. A series STAs with specific plants are required to effectively clean water to acceptable levels. STAs are effective only as long as the water can flow from one STA to another is maintained.
3.STA’s are shallow only a few feet deep. Over time organic sediment build-up reducing the depth of the STA. As the water flow becomes restricted it reduces the STAs effectiveness to clean water.
4.To maintain the STAs viability to clean water the STA must be maintained by removing the organic sediment. Mechanical muck reduction (dredging) can be used remove the muck and reestablish water flow.
5. Mechanical muck reduction is expensive, takes the STA off line and is harsh environmentally.
6. When as STA is dredged plants and animals are also removed. Plants that are needed in the STA to remove nutrients have to be replanted.
Jim Burney, past president of Aquatic Vegetation Control, discusses the concept of bacterial augmentation and how it is key to cleaning the water in lakes,
Jim Burney, past president of Aquatic Vegetation Control, examines the problem with our water assets and the role of Bio-Zyme in the solution.
Rick Anderson of Aquatic Balance, explains how easy it is to maintain and service a bio generator
A Bio-generator is the most effceinet way to distribute Bio-Zyme
Rick Anderson of Aquatic Balance, explains the Bio-Generator and how it works.
Jim Burne, past president of AVC, explains the effect of Bio-Zyme on algae.
Bio-Zyme was developed by TRM Biologics, a company established by professional lake managers and scientists with over 100 years of combined experience in clean water issues. We have experience partnering with companies in the private sector and with government agencies in helping them implement and maintain bacterial augmentation Bio-Zyme systems to clean water of excessive nutrients, make STAs more efficient and at the same time save budget dollars.
Contact us and we can work together to insure clean water now and for future.