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Anyone can sell you a membrane or other sewage treatment system; Bio-Microbics is dedicated to providing total treatment solutions. Our systems are designed and engineered with sustainability and user practicality in mind. Ideal for Residential/Commercial Onsite Wastewater Treatment and Water Reuse Systems, Bio-Microbics has decades of real world operating history with more than 50,000 installations in over 60 countries.
At the forefront of sustainable, clean technology, Bio-Microbics systems meet the highest worldwide performance and safety standards for treatment of water, wastewater, rainwater, and more! Bio-Microbics has developed a number of innovative products, some of which have revolutionized methods of dealing with the treatment of sewage on sites – where infrastructure and drainage was and is not available.
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Through a worldwide distributor network, Bio-Microbics has been recognized as a leader in exporting our decentralized equipment with receiving the 2011 KS Exporter of the Year Award and the 2012 President’s “E” Award for Excellence in Exports. With this worldwide emphasis on environmental concerns and improving water quality, our pre-engineered, pre-packaged, certified, “Fixed Integrated Treatment Technologies” (FITT®) are the result of decades of real world operating history and proven results that offer significant environmental benefits…FITT® for the Purpose Intended.
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- “The way to live with honor is to be in reality what you appear to be.” ~ Socrates (5th century B.C.)
- “Integrity has no need of rules.” ~ Albert Camus (The Myth of Sisyphus, 1942)
- “Ethics is devotion to the unenforceable.” ~ Len Marrella (In Search of Ethics, 2005)