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3. ME-Bio

Aerobic Good Microbes of Nature and Their Conjugated Enzyme
Cleaning of cooling water, cold water, and warm water
Decomposition of algae, slime, and various bad bacteria
Decomposition and cleaning of activated sludge, waste water, oil, and organic compounds
* Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS)
* Introduction and verification of ME-Bio
* Features of ME-Bio
* Fish Acute Toxicity Test
* Test for Respiration Inhibition in Activated Sludge

The environment and animate beings (plants, animals, and fungi) form a symbiosis where they work closely with each other.Plants combine inorganic substances into organic substances by photosynthesis, while animals and fungi decompose organic substances and reduce them to inorganic substances.This process of assimilation/disassimilation of substances (atoms) balances the ecosystems of nature.

Of fungi, natural aerobic microbes mostly live as soil fungi, but unlike lactic acid bacteria and disease-causing bacteria, they are not generally known because they are not objects of medical study.Agricultural study examines harmful insects and bad bacteria, but it has some covered aerobic good microbes as they are thought like part of air.For example, the activated sludge method of aeration aims at (1) supplying oxygen, (2) mixing and agitation, (3) and supplying aerobic microbes. For (3), however, the method cannot select the species and amounts of microbes.In old times of good natural environment, fungi were suspended in abundance.Aerobic good microbes are more sensitive to the environment than anaerobic microbes.
As eagles and medaka (killifish) are decreasing in number, there is a worry about decreases of aerobic good microbes. Aerobic good microbes work as good for living animals and plants.When acting on algae, slime, putrid matter, and disease-causing bacteria, which consist largely of anaerobic fungi, aerobic good microbes convert them to carbon dioxide, water, and inorganic matter.

ME-Bio is a group of natural aerobic good microbes that can decompose a broad range of active substances, including algae, slime, sludge, Legionella, oil, and organic compounds.

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