Photo Gallery-Mystery Bug of the Month

 
 
   

Biological Products:

Bioaugmentation products for Wastewater applications in Papermills, Refineries, Chemical, Tanneries, Municipalities, Textiles, Steel, Agriculture, Animal feedlot,  Gun Powder plant, Food and Beverage- Dairy Products, Orange Juice factory, Wineries, Cookie factory, Vegetable processing plant, Meat packing, Barbecue Restaurant, Aquaculture, Ornamental Ponds for algae control, CAFO, Nursing homes, Military, Campgrounds, Universities, Regulatory agencies

 

Lab Services:

Filamentous Identification Lab Service. One reason to identify filaments is to determine the filaments characteristics and then determine the type present.  If the type is found out, a root cause can usually be associated with a particular filament.  If the cause is known, then a correction can be made to alleviate problems. Chlorination is only a quick fix.  Without process changes, filaments will grow back after chlorination.

Wastewater Biomass Analyses and Cooling Tower Analyses also available

 

Training Materials:

Training is an integral part of any job. Not everyone is at the same level of training. Many people want beginning concepts and basics. Some need technical information or troubleshooting. Some want equipment, technology or process information.

We have developed a full set of Basic training, Advanced training, Filamentous Identification the Easy Way as well as custom training CD's Manuals. We also provide hands-on training classes and soon will have an Online "E-University".

 

Audits and Consulting:

At Environmental Leverage® Inc., we have a team of experienced individuals who come into your plant with a fresh pair of eyes.  The system is checked from influent to effluent.  System optimization, equipment efficiency and operational excellence are key components explored. Key Benefits Equipment efficiency Total Cost of Operation reductions Reliability and safety

An onsite audit is conducted to examine system parameters, process controls, and current monitor and control procedures. A physical walk-through is conducted, process flow diagrams are examined, previous design criteria are examined and current standard operating procedures are evaluated along with data logs.

 


 

                                                                   

 Mystery Bug of the Month-November 2010

What's New!

We now have a brand new "Higher Life Form videos" in our Training CD list. Check out our new Wastewater Training Materials.  We are also in the process of developing an ""Online University" in order to meet the needs of our global customers that cannot travel to our public classes. Stay tuned for details and updates.

 

 

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Water Bears

These photomicrographs were taken from a wastewater sample.  Most of the objectives used were  100, 400x and  only a few at 1000x.

Look at the claws on the "feet" ! Water Bears are usually very old sludge.

 

We hope you like the new look of our Bug of the Month Gallery.

We kept the same organisms we had from the past, we just updated some of the pages with newer and better photos wherever possible.

 

You can hit play on the album selector  and let the program run, and sit back and enjoy the photos, or you can pick one photo at a time with the next, back or pause button if you want more time.

 

Since each gallery can only hold so many photographs, we have broken down the Galleries by year. Please click on the links below to access each years Gallery. If you are interested to see more photos or Videos of each of these organisms  and others like them, you might want to consider purchasing our training materials- Higher Life Form Videos  or Wastewater Microbiology

 

Below are links to other Bug of the Month Pages

Jaws bug of the month  Daphnia

2004 Bug of the Month 

2005 Album    

2005 Bug of the Month  

 Ostracod

   2006 Bug of the Month  

stalk 2007 image

2007 Bug of the Month

bug of the month 2008

2008 Bug of the Month

bug of the month 2009 

2009 Bug of the Month

Bristle worm 

2010 Bug of the Month

Stalked ciliates bioaugmentation in paper mills

2011 Bug of the Month

Stalked ciliates 

2012 Bug of the Month

Stalked ciliates

 

2013 Bug of the Month

Stalked ciliates 

2014 Bug of the Month

Stalked ciliates 

2015 Bug of the Month

We hope you like the new look of our Bug of the Month Gallery.

Now you can order Videos of our Higher Life Forms-Higher Life Form Video CD- $75.95

 

Contact us today to set up a Filamentous Identification of your MLSS and start saving money at your plant~EmailWastewater Training CDs and Custom Manuals us at: admin@EnvironmentalLeverage.com or Call at 630-906-9791

Click on Links below for direct information:

 

1 - Wastewater Biomass Analyses with Filamentous Identification Printable version

 

2 - Set of Stained Filaments-Microscope Slide Set. An excellent tool to train and help identify filaments.

 

3 - © Filamentous ID the Easy Way™ - Training CD a wealth of training information, educational photographs and troubleshootinig your own WWTP.  

 

4 - © Set of 4 Training CD's - These 4 Training CDs are a wealth of training information and educational photographs. Learn how to troubleshootingFOG removal, grease problems, bioaugmentation supplement your own WWTP. The set of 4 CD's include Microscopic Analyses, Wastewater Operators Training,  Filamentous Identification and Higher Life Forms. 

 

 

 

5 - Biological Products, Descriptions, Usage and Applications. Click here for Printable Pdf document.