Industrial Research

Focus on Biological Treatment

AWECARE microbial products has developed a powder form BIOTREAT microbial / enzyme product, it is a recent advance in biotechnology. We produced suitable bacterial cultures for better bio degradation of all industrial effluents and sewage effluents. These microbes use the polluting organic matter in the STP/ETP effluent stream as a food sources and convert it into the safe by products such as water, carbon dioxide and other gases.

Focus on Bio-Solids Management

Sewage sludge is the solid, semi solid or liquid by product generated during the treatment of wastewater at sewage treatment plant. The Bio-sludge contain high amount of organic matter and live/death bacterial biomass from the treatment process.

Several bio-solids management and sludge processing studies have been conducted over the past 5 years. Long term bio-solid management plan recommended a diversified bio-solids management strategy that including class A and class B bio-solids recycling as agricultures and land fillings application.

Focus on Aquatic Weed Management in Pond/ Lake/River

Aquatic weed used as ornamental plants in aquariums and fish ponds often escape into the surrounding environment where they have a devastating effect on water quality. They can bring rivers and lakes to a standstill and destroy the livelihoods of communities that depend on them. The preferred option for managing the removed weed material was to Bio compost preparation and Biogas production.

Biogas Production

Aquatic ecosystem is the most diverse ecosystem in the world. Water hyacinth Eichhornia crassipes is considered one of the world’s worst water weeds invading lakes, ponds, canals and rivers. Eichhornia crassipes remains the world’s most problematic water weed widespread and various approaches to its control. The enormous floating mats of the weed interfered with boat navigation fishing and even clogged up irrigation canals around the lake. The conditions under the water hyacinth mats are highly anoxic because of dead plant matter.
Global depletion of energy supply due to the continuing over-utilization is being a major problem of the present and future world community. It is estimated that the fossil fuels will be running out by the next few decades. Therefore in today’s energy demanding life style, need for exploring and exploiting new sources of energy which are renewable as well as eco-friendly is a must. Biogas technology offers a very attractive route to utilize certain categories of biomass for meeting partial energy needs.

Bio-Compost Preparation

Ipomoea carnea is a common aquatic weed, due to its high adaptability, resistance towards adverse climatic condition and soils, marshy as well as dry.  Ipomoea carnea was recorded as a naturalized species along canals and drains, road sides, waste lands and field edges in all the water shed area. This plant propagates vegetative by stems, which are capable of rooting within a few days. The rapid growth rate, spread and adaptability from aquatic to xerophytes habitats indicate that this invasive plant may potentially become ecological problem.

Composting is effectively reduces the viability of the weeds and allows for the safe re-use of the nutrients and organic matter contained in the weed material. The standard concept of decomposing wood cellulose is to open the fibre structure firstly, so that the sugar can be used for different microbial metabolism. Microorganisms release sugar to the composts from cellulose, hemi-cellulose, protein, starch and other carbohydrates by cellulolytic enzyme, zytase, amylase, protease and ligninolytic enzymes. If the growth of target bacteria is strengthened in composts, it can effectively inhibit the growth of other bacteria and prevent odor, pathogenic bacteria and other harmful substances.

Industrial Research Focusing Field

  • Industrial Effluent Treatment
  • Biogas Production
  • Bio-solid Management
  • Aquatic Weed Research
  • Spirulina Product Development Research
  • Hydroponics Research
  • Animal Probiotic Research
  • Human Probiotic Research
  • MRSA – Drug Development
  • Diabetic Research – Food Supplement