Microbe-Lift IND is a highly active liquid culture consortium designed specifically for use in almost all environmental applications. IND select cultures promote increased biological degradation capabilities in all types of designs of biological wastewater systems, open lagoon and polluted environments. IND consortium is very effective in degrading hard degradable compounds such as fatty acids, various chemical compounds, hydrocarbons and fibrous matters that indigenous bacteria often unable to degrade them, hence result in system performance deficiency. These cultures resist shock loads of chemicals, reducing upsets and kills, which may occur in waste-water treatment systems. This translates to improved system performance, stability and reduced final effluent BOD, COD and TSS. Microbe-Lift IND will breakdown fats, oils and grease in lift stations along with reducing hydrogen sulfide and ammonia odors.


Rapid Startup

System Recovery

Eliminates Odors

System Stability

Improves Solids Settling

Eliminates Pass Through Compounds

Reduces BOD, COD and SS in Final Effluent

Improves Nitrification

Improves Cold Weather Performance


Microbe-Lift IND cultures can be used in any wastewater system to maintain and improve performance. This includes lagoons, activated sludge bio-reactors, bio-towers, and aerobic and anaerobic digesters.


Accelerated Degrading Rates

With Microbe Lift’s IND Series has been mixed with highly specialized microorganisms that are designed to speed the biological degradation of problem compounds in waste water systems. The IND Series has been tested to degrade the following toxic compounds at accelerated rates; phenols, surfactants, chlorinated hydro-carbons, starches, fats, and oils.


System Recovery

The Microbe Lift Series IND is designed to resist inhibitory concentrations of difficult-to-degrade constituents, which improves system stability. Industrial and municipal system upsets and biomass kills are common through these wastewater systems.


Eliminates Odor

The Microbe Lift Series IND is perfect for industrial wastewater systems, where hydrogen sulfide is an issue. These odor-causing compounds can make working conditions for employees and living conditions residential homeowners tough. Degrades a wide range of other organic chemicals too.

Waste Water System Stability

There are many upsets and kills within municipal and industrial waste water systems. The Microbe Lift Series IND resists shock loads of chemicals, which keeps your system safer. By adding in the cultures, you are keeping your waste water system’s performance and stability.


Improves Solid Settleability

The Microbe Lift Series IND cultures will help with TSS (Total Suspended Solids). These cultures can be used in lagoons, activated sludge bio-reactors, bio-towers, and aerobic digesters.


Reduces BOD, COD, and SS, in Final Effluent

The Microbe Lift Series IND has the ability to reduce final effluent Biochemical Oxygen Demand (BOD), Chemical Oxygen Demand (COD), and Suspended Solids (SS).


Improves Nitrification

Microbe Lift IND drives nitrification for improved ammonia removal and achieves rapid anoxic denitrification.

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