Sewage treatment plants were thought to be the most effective means to clean waste water; however, these Poo-Gloo Bio-Domes have chowed their way into the front line of the task. Designed by Kraig Johnson of Utah's Wastewater Compliance Systems, these 6ft-wide domes use bacteria and their maximized surface area to devour nitrogen compounds, ammonia and carbon-based material.
Ten Poo-Gloo Bio-Domes require just 1HP to run and construction-wise, are significantly cheaper than building a whole plant to purify problem water. Working most efficiently in warmer lagoons, Poo-Gloo Bio-Domes can consume between 55% and 98% of aquatic toxins, even in colder climates.
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