Biotechnology Makes the Difference!
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We propose a cutting-edge solution for the control of emissions of Volatile Organic Compounds (VOC) in industry. Using the process of biodegradation, we have invented the most efficient system which helps our customers meet the requirements defined in EU Directive no. 1999/13/WE and new legal regulations that are going to become effective in this field in the future.

Solutions that we propose are founded on science called ekoinwentyka, i.e. the search for creative solutions, which is to address defined problems especially in the fields of ecology and natural environment protection. To find such solutions we not only use innovative tools and technologies, but we also stir our creative thought in many areas relying on our knowledge and experience.

We have worked out a process of biological degradation of Volatile Organic Compounds emitted to the atmosphere. This process takes place in bioreactors and it has become the alternative solution to many physical or physicochemical air cleaning methods

Observing the processes in the natural environment, we use microorganisms to perform biodegradation of organic pollutants. We create optimum conditions for these microorganisms to grow, and we accelerate certain processes which naturally occur in the environment too, but slower and less efficiently.

The experience we have gained provides us with a strong ground, on which we can plot, scale up, and properly operate industrial triple-phase bioreactors with solid bed.

The key advantages of using triple-phase bioreactors for air treatment include their high efficiency of removing VOC’s emitted to the air, low investment and operational costs (the process is performed at the atmospheric pressure, at ambient temperature of approximately 30oC, there is a renewable bacterial flora) and ecological cleanliness of the conducted process (there are no secondary pollutions).

Social aspects of the implemented technology are of equal importance. They include reduced devastation of natural environment and lower rates of morbidity and mortality in the whole society.