Water contamination is becoming an important issue. Bionest Technologies Inc. has developed an advanced secondary treatment system that is remarkably effective in dealing with domestic wastewater. The Bionest treatment system uses a biological filtration process based on a microbial culture fixed to a non-biodegradable media, combined with alternating aerobic and anaerobic treatments. This technology is distinctive owing to its unique proprietary media, allowing biofilm bacteria to attach effectively and providing a greater active surface for nitrification-denitrification reactions. With the Bionest system, the quality of the effluent leaving the bioreactor significantly exceeds government standards, regardless of the season.
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Ms. Réjeanne de Bois - Owner - Minakwa Lodge and Trailer Park
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Jean McConnell - Former Manager of Recreational Arenas and Swimming Pools - City of Greater Sudbury