Happy World Water Day!

Help Us Save The World’s Water

World Water Day is celebrated every year on the 22nd of March by the people all across the world. The day was established to be celebrated as an annual event in the year 1993 by the decision of the United Nations General Assembly. This campaign was declared as a World Day for Water to be celebrated each year as a means of focusing attention on the importance of freshwater, and advocates for the sustainable management of freshwater resources. Each year the UN-Water designates a theme for the day. The theme for World Water Day 2017 is Waste Water.

World Water Day 2017 Theme: Waste Water

This year, we focus on waste water and ways to reduce and reuse water. Over 80% of all the waste water from our homes, cities, industry and agriculture flows back to nature, polluting the environment and losing valuable nutrients and other recoverable materials.

BiOWiSHTM offers products that are easy-to-use.

Our products treat the water naturally, accelerating the biological removal of detrimental nutrients including ammonia and nitrites.

These microbial based products help to restore the natural biology in surface waters. Surface waters have been and are rapidly being polluted by human activities. Discharge of raw sewage and untreated industrial effluents are the main contributors for surface water pollution. Human activities such as bathing, washing clothes, and agricultural runoff contribute to the increased level of pollution in surface waters.

BiOWiSHTM Aqua

BiOWiSHTM Aqua BiOWiSH Aquais a proprietary composite biocatalyst that enhances a broad range of hydrolytic, oxidative and reductive biochemical reactions. The composite biocatalyst coexists with existing waste water biology to enhance the rate of biochemical reactions in waste water treatment plants. Using BiOWiSHTM waste water technology is an all-natural environmentally safe protocol that will limit harmful discharges to the environment.

Effective waste water treatment is critical to the environment and ultimately, human health. So it is important that we use it efficiently and avoid its wastage. Beyond that we must encourage communities to get this important resource and take time to sustain it if they are to live better lives.

We have comprehensive user guides and case studies available on our website for BiOWiSHTM Aqua dosing and trial applications.

To speak with one of our of environmental experts – please contact, wastewater@biowishtech.com

FACTS:

  • Globally, over 80% of the wastewater generated by society flows back
    into the ecosystem without being treated or reused. Boy drinking water(Sato et al, 2013)
  • 1.8 billion people use a source of drinking water contaminated with feces, putting them at risk of contracting cholera, dysentery, typhoid and polio. Unsafe water, poor sanitation and hygiene cause around 842,000 deaths each year. (WHO/UNICEF 2014/WHO 2014)
  • The opportunities from exploiting wastewater as a resource are enormous. Safely managed wastewater is an affordable and sustainable source of water, energy, nutrients and other recoverable materials.

 

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Effects of BiOWiSH™ on Methane Production and Digestibility

New Research Study Shows How BiOWiSHTM Direct Fed Microbials Affect Beef Cattle Intake, Digestibility, and Methane Production

Enteric methane, which is produced through fermentation in the digestive system, represents a major loss of energy consumed by ruminants, as well as a significant input of greenhouse gas emissions sourced from agricultural sectors. The introduction of beneficial microbial populations to the rumen through direct-fed microbials is hypothesized to reduce methane production and promote non-methanogenic microorganisms, thereby enhancing rumen efficiency. The potential to mitigate methane production in beef cattle consuming an energy-dense, dairy transition diet was investigated for a commercial probiotic.

 

The 2017 World Ag Expo

At the show we exhibited our MultiBio 3P/3PS direct fed microbial technology and the power of our Crop products

The 2017 World Ag Expo came to a close on February 16, 2017, with large crowds, cutting-edge exhibits and a little bit of rain. Celebrating its 50th anniversary, the world’s largest annual agricultural exposition was held at the International Agri-Center in Tulare, California.

Attendance at this year’s event topped 105,000, according to staff at the International Agri-Center, home to the large exposition. The exposition features about 2.6 million square feet of exhibit space, which provides a platform for nearly 1,500 exhibitors to promote their ag equipment, products and services.

BiOWiSHTM MultiBio 3P/3PSBiOWiSH MultiBio 3PS

Our direct fed microbial products were on display to attendees at the World Ag Expo last week, highlighting our all-natural, feed additive that is suitable for all growth stages for all animal species including ruminants, poultry, swine, finfish and shrimp.

It is well known that the largest upfront cost for all animal agriculture farmers is the feed. The MultiBio 3PS is cost-effective and its performance for the end-user yields a leading return on investment. Learn More

BiOWiSHTM Crop

BiOWiSHTM Crop is a fertilizer enhancer that helps increase micronutrient uptake in plants, improves plant vigor and stimulates microbial activity in the soil. Growers, distributors and institutions have reported that using the BiOWiSHTM Crop technology improves crop yields and quality, adding directly to the farmer’s bottom line.BiOWiSH Crop 16-40-0

In addition, ingredients in the BiOWiSHTM Crop technology help preserve soil conditions for the long term and reduce potential contamination to ground water.

BiOWiSHTM Crop is delivered in both a solid soluble organic and inorganic form. The products are simply solubilized in the field, then applied to the soil or crops by liquid delivery systems. No activation required! BiOWiSHTM Crop is used for a broad range of crops. Please see our crop product page for many example case and research studies. Learn More

 

 

 

Attending the show this year was our ruminant scientists, Josh Ison, Ph.D. and Mojtaba Zaifnejad, Ph.D. Along with our
Sales and Marketing team, Janette O’Shaughnessy – Marketing Director, Brian Massa – Marketing Associate, 
Bill Diederich – VP of Agri-Business, and Mark Wiesepape – Sales Agronomist.

Together our team had many discussions with both existing and new prospective customers. Overall, the event was a success and we would like to thank all clients and guests who stopped by our booth. We look forward to working with new BiOWiSHTM customers this year and are excited about what’s in store next year for World Ag 2018!

Improve Effluent Quality & Limit Discharge with BiOWiSH™ Aqua

Bioaugmentation Process Increases Slaughterhouse Effluent Quality

BiOWiSHTM Technologies conducted a client project in conjunction with our local partner in South Korea, Smart Bio Korea (SBK) to measure the effectiveness of BiOWiSHTM Aqua on effluent quality. The introduction of BiOWiSHTM Aqua into the bioaugmentation process helped improve the effluent quality of a South Korea slaughterhouse in order to meet stricter regulations on discharge.
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Introducing Cyanuric Acid Reducer To The Pool Industry

What Our Friends at Bio-Active Products Have Learned From Introducing Cyanuric Acid Reducer To The Pool Industry

Cyanuric Acid Reducer safely reduces high levels of Cyanuric Acid in your pool

Cyanuric acid accumulation is a decades old issue in water quality management for residential and commercial pools since the introduction of cyanuric acid as a chlorine stabilizer in the 1950’s. Stabilized chlorine products have proven safe for consumer use, convenient and efficacious. Unlike chlorine, which is consumed during the sanitization process, cyanuric acid does not readily degrade and accumulates overtime in pools.

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Gut Health Symposium 2016

BiOWiSH Technologies sponsors Gut Health Symposium 2016

Held on November 14-16 in St. Louis, Missouri

Like the first 4 Symposia organized around the topic of gut health in food animals, the aim of the 2016 Symposium was to bring together a group of scientists from academia, government and industry to discuss the role of gut health in animal production and the essential role that the gut plays in establishing and maintaining animal health. The overall aim of the of the conference is to promote the unifying concepts that the gut drives animal health and performance.

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Increasing Rice Yields

The Helena Chemical Company is a leading provider of crop production and crop protection products to the agriculture community in the United States and worldwide. Headquartered in Collierville, Tennessee, the company has been in the business for more than 50 years and has been working on product development and providing research services for more than eight years.

There was a significant effect on yield in this study in treated plots versus the most common practice base
fertilizer treatment, with the BiOWiSHTM treatment having the highest yield.

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