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Bio-Pure Products Inc.

In the year 2000, a three-year United Nations funded study concluded that the Bacteria and Enzymes in two Bio-Pure formulas were the most effective at digesting organic waste and improving water quality in fish farm production. Utilizing the latest science, technology and many years of research, we are dedicated to utilizing the benchmark of leadership in global environmental biotechnology.

There is a clear need for safe and effective means to reduce or eliminate organic waste build-up and toxic concentrations. A variety of chemicals are currently available to clear pipes and septic systems. Many of these chemicals are not environmentally safe to use hurting the environment. A product such as Bio-Pure which can extend the life of a septic and drain system means lower maintenance costs.

Introduction to Microbiology

Bacteria reproduce by a process called binary fission - one cell divides and becomes two. If food and moisture are adequate and the temperature is right, certain bacteria can reproduce in as little as twenty minutes and in eight hours multiplied to nearly 17 million new cells.

Enzymes are proteins that are produced naturally by plants, animals, bacteria, fungi and all other living things, and are absolutely necessary for life. They are catalysts that accelerate the rate of chemical reactions without changing themselves. A crash course in microbiology shows that all bacteria produce their own specific enzymes to aid in the digestion of the food source that Mother Nature created them to eat. Enzymes break down a food source into a form that the bacteria can eat.

Bio-Pure Products cover many industries & sectors:

Industrial Wastewater
Hotel / Motel
Oil & Gas
Petrochemical Waste
Food processing
Pulp & Paper
Beverage & Bottling
Amusement Parks
Wholesale Plumbing
Nitrogen / Fertilizer Plants
Ethanol Plants
Shrimp / Prawn
Zoos & Aquariums
Parks & Recreation
Golf Courses

The Bacteria & Enzymes

In Bio-Pure Were
Selected #1
132 Entries In
A United Nations
Funded Study