Aerobe and Robust
Part bionic, part genius, and all pure innovation. Aerobe and Robust are forged from the very parts that compose Bio-Microbics’ technology. They embody the superior pollutant-fighting characteristics inherent in advanced wastewater and stormwater treatment systems. Teaming up to solve the most daunting water and wastewater dilemmas, they are SUPER social, LOVE to travel, and, most importantly, RESPECT the environment. www

The 2017 Theme for World Water Day is ‘Wastewater’

The 2017 Theme for World Water Day is ‘Wastewater’

The 2017 theme for World Water Day is ‘Wastewater’. The Bio-Microbics team created a video of people saying “Better Water.

S.O.S.-Save Our Septic® Volume 22: Bed & Breakfast & BioBarrier®

S.O.S.-Save Our Septic® Volume 22: Bed & Breakfast & BioBarrier®

The size of a drain field for a property not connected to a sewer depends on the quality of water being dispersed into it. The BioBarrier® membrane bioreactor’s ability to treat wastewater to a nearly potable standard diminishes the minimum necessary drain field size, ideal for properties with smaller lots.

S.O.S.-Save Our Septic® Volume 21: Does Your Whale System Make You Bellow?

S.O.S.-Save Our Septic® Volume 21: Does Your Whale System Make You Bellow?

Systems that dilute wastewater before depositing it into the ocean will deposit concentrated wastewater when they fail – violating environmental regulations. The MarineFAST® treats, rather than dilutes, wastewater, and operates without needing to release wastewater into the ocean.

S.O.S.-Save Our Septic® Volume 20: The Best View in the Bay

S.O.S.-Save Our Septic® Volume 20: The Best View in the Bay

The MarineFAST® adheres to the establish standards for wastewater treatment that could be implemented for floating homes and ultimately be adopted all along the offshore and coastal properties.

S.O.S. - Save Our Septic® Volume 19: Thirsty for Solutions

S.O.S. - Save Our Septic® Volume 19: Thirsty for Solutions

The BioBarrier® Membrane Bioreactor is a proven water reuse technology that treats both greywater and blackwater to a high enough quality for nonpotable household uses.

S.O.S. - Save Our Septic® Wastewater Adventure Series Volume 18: And Then the Rains Started

S.O.S. - Save Our Septic® Wastewater Adventure Series Volume 18: And Then the Rains Started

Stormwater runoff can flood impervious surfaces and increase water pollution instead of returning to the ground to replenish aquifers. Follow along as Aerobe and Robust introduce the D-Rain Joint™ in this adventure.

S.O.S.-Save Our Septic® Volume 17: Out of Sight, Top of Mind

S.O.S.-Save Our Septic® Volume 17: Out of Sight, Top of Mind

Trickling filter systems sometimes bring high maintenance, high energy bills, and a mess in homeowners’ yards.

S.O.S.-Save Our Septic® Volume 16: One Simple Solution

S.O.S.-Save Our Septic® Volume 16: One Simple Solution

Dairy farmers want a disinfection alternative that is readily available, low-maintenance, effective, and safe for cows.

An exterior, linear filter drain for impervious surfaces

An exterior, linear filter drain for impervious surfaces

Bio-Microbics introduces the d-Rain Joint™, a simple, green alternative stormwater filtered drain for hard surfaces.

S.O.S. - Save Our Septic® Volume 15: A Troubled Summer... the Deadlines Begin! (Part 2)

S.O.S. - Save Our Septic® Volume 15: A Troubled Summer... the Deadlines Begin! (Part 2)

A learning opportunity about the simplicity of a wastewater system upgrade project.

S.O.S. - Save Our Septic® Volume 15: A Troubled Summer... the Deadlines Begin! (Part 1)

S.O.S. - Save Our Septic® Volume 15: A Troubled Summer... the Deadlines Begin! (Part 1)

A learning opportunity about the simplicity of a wastewater system upgrade project.

S.O.S. - Save Our Septic® Volume 14: Fear the FOG (Part 2)

S.O.S. - Save Our Septic® Volume 14: Fear the FOG (Part 2)

He continued, “Then just add one FOGHog® tablet per five hundred gallons of water that you use per week. You can also put the tablet directly into...

S.O.S. - Save Our Septic® Volume 14: Fear the FOG (Part 1)

S.O.S. - Save Our Septic® Volume 14: Fear the FOG (Part 1)

Savannah Mitchell felt her heels sink into the moist, mushy ground and was glad she’d changed into her serviceable, waterproof wellies. Overflow from the zoo’s pumping station...

S.O.S.-Save Our Septic® Volume 13: The Secret Life of Droplets (Part 2)

S.O.S.-Save Our Septic® Volume 13: The Secret Life of Droplets (Part 2)

“There is no need to be afraid. I can help you. I am a Bio-Microbics Onsite Treatment Specialist—that’s a B.O.T.S.— which means that I lend a hand to...

S.O.S.-Save Our Septic® Volume 13: The Secret Life of Droplets (Part 1)

S.O.S.-Save Our Septic® Volume 13: The Secret Life of Droplets (Part 1)

The early evening light filtering through the window above Aerobe’s desk was darkening quickly, not only from the late hour, but also from the soft rain beginning to fall.

S.O.S. - Save Our Septic® Volume 12: Testing... 1-2-3 (Part 2)

S.O.S. - Save Our Septic® Volume 12: Testing... 1-2-3 (Part 2)

Jackson looked up in surprise and then grinned widely, “I was told you’d be dropping by soon, but I didn’t realize they meant it literally. Great to meet you.”

S.O.S. - Save Our Septic® Volume 12: Testing... 1-2-3 (Part 1)

S.O.S. - Save Our Septic® Volume 12: Testing... 1-2-3 (Part 1)

Before Robust could respond to the insistent buzz coming from the TRACK® monitor on his belt, an urgent voiced paged him, “Robust, you’re needed immediately in regulatory.”

S.O.S. - Save Our Septic® Volume 11: Purr-fecting Your Wastewater Treatment System, Part 2

S.O.S. - Save Our Septic® Volume 11: Purr-fecting Your Wastewater Treatment System, Part 2

Continued from Part 1 “I leave the water running because the cats love to play with it,” Mildred explained as Aerobe examined the kitten. “I spoil them terribly.” Aerobe responded, “Though it may be a fun toy, I think a ball of yarn would be better suited.

S.O.S. - Save Our Septic® Volume 11: Purr-fecting Your Wastewater Treatment System, Part 1

S.O.S. - Save Our Septic® Volume 11: Purr-fecting Your Wastewater Treatment System, Part 1

Mildred stared up at the huge oak tree beside her home. She was contemplating a method to get her beloved tabby cat, Harvey, down from his prison. The cat had been stuck high in the branches all morning after being chased up there by a neighborhood dog.

S.O.S. - Save Our Septic® Volume 10: On Wings of Eagles, Part 2

S.O.S. - Save Our Septic® Volume 10: On Wings of Eagles, Part 2

Robust politely explained that their current system could not handle any more hydraulic load and still provide the necessary treatment. To make matters worse, much of the flow is coming from the new construction consisting of restaurants and hotels.

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