MicroFAST® Wastewater Treatment Systems | Decentralized Wastewater Solution
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.
Engineered to fit most treatment capacity requirements, this product provides affordable options versus centralized sewering or conventional septic systems. The MicroFAST® is a fixed integrated treatment technology that cleans up the effluent to the point that it extends the life of the leaching field and can also be used to rejuvenate a failing system. It also may allow you to obtain additional variances that can decrease the vertical separation requirements from groundwater, and/or minimize the area needed for dispersal.
The MicroFast wastewater treatment systems are ideally suited for use in single family homes, clustered residential developments, small communities, or commercial properties. Approved for most areas and with the highest certifications in the industry, the FAST system is an aerobic wastewater treatment system that utilizes a completely submerged fixed film process along with a passive recycle system that has the advantages of a fixed film system without pumped recirculation or the drying of the bacterial growth on the media.
Nitrification and denitrification (NSF/ANS Standard 245 nitrogen reduction) projects are much less complicated with FAST technology. This proven IFAS (Integrated Fixed-Film Activated Sludge) system incorporates the stability of fixed-film media without all te complicated controls and pumps making the innovative patent FAST system the number one choice for cost-effective.
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