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White Paper: Aquifer pH buffering during Enhanced Reductive Dechlorination

Monday 25 February 2019

QM Environmental International published a White Paper on the effects of pH on biodegradation rates during Enhanced Reductive Dechlorination bioremediation projects and how buffering can help. To view the complete white paper click here.


MicroCat-AG improving wheat growth.

Tuesday 19 February 2019

MicroCat products are continuously researched to find out how they behave and how they improve the microbial activity. One such research has been conducted by the University of Agricultural Sciences and Veterinary Medicine in Cluj-Napoca, Romania.

The goal of this particular research was to see how bioaugmentation in soils could improve the growth of wheat. Click here to download the article describing the experiments.

The results of this research have been published in the Scientific works, SERIA AGRONOMIE VOL. 61, NR. 1, by the University of Agricultural Sciences and Veterinary Medicine “ION IONESCU DE LA BRAD” in IAŞI, Romania. Click here to view the complete publication.


New MicroCat promotional flyer.

Tuesday 5 February 2019

Today we published a new promotional flyer for MicroCat products. Click here to download this flyer.


Having Filamentous Problems?

Thursday 31 January 2019

Filamentous infestations in municipal and industrial wastewater treatment plants pose serious problems for wastewater treatment plants. Foaming and poor sludge settling are well know issues faced by treatment plant operators. The most common way dealing with these problems (read dealing with the symptoms) is by adding huge amounts of chemicals, like anti-foam and flocculants, to suppress these effects.

QM Environmental International is offering an green alternative for filamentous problems. Drastically reducing the need for chemicals and sustainably solving the filament infestation by reducing the filament concentration to acceptable levels. Click here to view our new information sheet on how we tackle this problem.