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Natural Odor Control With Beneficial Microorganisms

by Clifford Woods

From livestock farms, commercial establishments to homes, bad odor is a common problem. Instead of masking the smell, it’s more important that the very source of such bad odors is completely eliminated. Odor control with Beneficial Microorganisms is something that can provide a rapid solution. It’s also an approach that is cost-effective and friendly to the environment. As beneficial microorganisms do not contain any harmful chemical, using it won’t hurt humans, animals, plants or the environment.

Beneficial Microorganisms are made up of millions of friendly bacteria. Basically, what they do is eat up microbes that are responsible for the unpleasant smell detected by ones nose. When BM comes into contact with the source of bad smells, the problem is eradicated. In short, it is gone and does not require constant covering up.

Some of the beneficial microorganism bacteria can thrive even in environments where there is little or no oxygen present. Because of this, beneficial microorganisms are very effective no matter what the condition is. Other than being more affordable compared to other deodorizing solutions, the application is also very simple. Spray it where needed or pour it onto the source straight from the bottle.

Odor Control with Beneficial MicroorganismsIt works in an entirely different way than your usual deodorizer. Instead of covering up the smell with fancy fragrances, friendly bacteria present eliminate the microbes causing the problem. Furthermore, BM helps in speeding up the decomposition of the material which releases the stench into the air. But the benefits offered by this approach don’t stop there. Pathogens present which can spread diseases are also prevented from thriving in a beneficial microorganism rich environment.

Without relying on harmful chemicals, the planet can stay healthy and natural. BM contains nothing that cannot be found naturally in the environment. Do take note that it’s not something that is chemically synthesized or genetically modified. The friendly bacteria present are cultured ones that won’t damage or harm anything, except for the microbes causing the bad odors.

Beneficial microorganisms are capable of eliminating all sorts of odors, including ammonia and hydrogen sulfide.

It also doesn’t matter if the problem is indoors or outdoors. Thanks to the regenerative bacteria that enhance the power of each other, the effect of BM can be long-lasting too. Livestock farmers use BM to effectively get rid of the stench in the enclosures for their animals. More and more composting facilities and waste water treatment plants choose to go the natural way. Medical facilities, restaurants and other commercial establishments rely on it for both the deodorizing and sanitizing benefits offered. Home-owners who like a deodorizing solution that is friendly to the environment and pocket book go for Beneficial Microorganisms.

It may be applied on any type of surfaces, from concrete to fabrics. Because it’s not harmful to humans, it’s perfect for use in the kitchen or wherever bad odors and stench can be found in the home, inside or out. It’s also safe for use in areas where pets are kept, offering rapid and long-lasting odor elimination.

Odor control with Beneficial Microorganisms (BM) is a solution that is completely organic. It’s the perfect way to eliminate nasty odors as well as speed up the decomposition of its source, but without harming the environment. As a proof that it’s 100% organic and safe, it’s also being used by agricultural industry to enhance soil quality, as well as for food fermentation.

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Clifford Woods is the CEO of Effective Environmental Services and Organic Environmental Technology.

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