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Helping Nature



Mother Nature does her own degradation. The degrading process is usually slow.  Nature provides an abundant supply of beneficial bacteria that offer no harm to humans, plants and animals. It abounds with biologically active microbial cultures in the air, soil, and water. These microflora exist because they have adapted and continue to adapt to changes in the  environment. Some species barely make it under harsh or antagonistic conditions and might have difficulty surviving in a friendly  environment, while others flourish in a friendly environment and might not be able to survive in harsh conditions. Regardless, whether at  the harsh end, the easy life, or in between, microbial cultures have adapted to live because they can metabolize certain surrounding  substances to obtain energy and nutrients. Why is this simple ecological phenomenon of historical significance? The answer is both  good news and bad news. On the good side, this adaptation has provided starter cultures to produce foods, beverages, antibiotics and commercial enzymes; but on  the bad side, microbes also cause rot and decay. However, this bad is not all bad. Although we lose valuable property to rot and decay,  we also get rot and decay of our wastes, which, if left untouched, would soon bring an end to civilization as we know it.  Loss of valuable property to rot and decay can be controlled to a certain extent, by bactericides and fungicides. However, world population is  forever expanding and unnatural substances are being introduced into the environment daily. Therefore it is desirable to promote rot and decay. Accordingly, the need for treating these pollution without the usually expensive mechanical and structural  additions that may last for a time and then have to be repeated at even higher costs arises. The answer is bioaugmentation - by regular addition of biologically active cultures.  

In the NS Series, bioaugmentation with special cultures offers a means of effective enhancement of clean-up and  maintenance services. Most microorganisms, including those that use oxygen (aerobic) and those which do well in environments without oxygen (anaerobic) are utilized for specific functions. Some bacteria used are "facultative", which means they can adapt to either aerobic or anaerobic environments, NS Series cultures are these. Therefore, this allows NS Series cultures to work effectively under wider ranges of conditions.





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