UltraZyme Uses & Application

UltraZyme is available in three varieties of powder forms for a number of unique wastewater treatment situations and applications. UltraZyme can be used for the following applications:

  • Wastewater Treatment Plants
  • Sewage Treatment Plants
  • Sewer Odour Control
  • Sewer Lines
  • Wastewater Odour Control
  • BOD Removal
  • COD Removal
  • Algae Treatment
  • Pond Water Treatment
  • Lagoon Water Treatment
  • Effluent Treatment
  • Agricultural Effluent Clean-Up
  • Landfills
  • Hydrocarbon Clean-Up (Land and Water)
  • Septic Tanks
  • Grease Traps
  • Grease and Oil Interceptors
  • General Cleaning Purposes
  • Oil Spill Clean-Up
  • and multiple other uses

Application of UltraZyme Wastewater Treatment

All UZ products are provided in a super-concentrated powder form to reduce shipping costs, eliminate additives or fillers, increase shelf life and provide ease of storage. The product is designed to be customer friendly and easy to use. Application rates of UltraZyme are prescribed on a case by case scenario in order to provide the best results for our clients. Applications will be formulated to suit the flow rate or capacity and the contamination level of the system in which it is applied to. The amount of UltraZyme required for wastewater treatment will be dictated by the amount of contaminated water flowing through the system or by the overall amount of water in the treatment area. As a result of the concentration of the product, only very small amounts of UltraZyme are required. After just a few weeks of UltraZyme’s application the improved water quality results will be quite clear. At this point in time UltraZyme’s application rate can be reduced and it will still maintain the same clean environment, thus making the long-term application of UltraZyme even more cost-effective.

Some UltraZyme applications require daily doses, some require weekly doses, and some require various doses throughout the day. The differences in application rates include a number of variables that fluctuate depending on the treatment environment.