Septic & Drain Care, Waste Treatment
A biological waste treatment additive containing multiple strains of Bacillus and enzymes to help reduce solids and extend the life of manure pits, lagoons, sludge beds.
Industrial Waste Degrader (IWD) is an enzyme and bacteria blend that is useful as a biological additive in waste treatment systems. It helps reduce the number of solids and extends the useful life of manure pits, slurry stores, sludge beds and waste lagoons. IWD is a blend composed of enzymes, bacteria and stabilizers. The bacteria are viable spores of Bacillus subtilis and Bacillus licheniformis. These are naturally occurring, non-GMO spore formers that have been chosen for their unique abilities to breakdown carbohydrates, proteins, fats, oils and grease. This product is available as a liquid or powder.
Odor and appearance: amber liquid or light tan free-flowing bran-based powder
Total plate count: 2.0 billion CFU/g
Lagoons: Application rate of 2 pounds per 3,000 gallons of water for initial seeding. Reduce to 1 pound per 3,000 gallons of water per week thereafter. Material should be soaked for 30 minutes at a rate of 1 pound to 5 gallons of water prior to application into the lagoon.
Waste pits: Application rate of 3 pounds per 3,000 gallons of water applied weekly for 1 month until consistency improves. Maintain with 3 pounds per 3,000 gallons of water on a monthly basis. Material should be soaked for 30 minutes at a rate of 1 pound to 5 gallons of water prior to application into the waste pit or slurry store surface.
Containment areas: Application rate of 2 pounds soadked in 5 gallons of water for 30 minutes; apply to areas where waste accumulated on a weekly basis; this can then be washed into the waste holding pit as seeding material.
6.5 – 8.5
Temp. Optimum °C
25 – 45