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By the continuous addition of the IPT bacterial suspension to a wastewater stream, one is able to repopulate the collection system with bacteria that are incapable of producing external H2S or converting H2S to H2SO4, are more flexible in their oxygen requirements, and are better adapted to the wastewater environment than the intestinal bacteria that are introduced at every flush to the wastewater treatment systems and thrive under anaerobic untreated environments or in aerobic low pH environments. When fog is a concern, the normal IPT bacterial suspension may not be enough. A second formulation containing aerobic, grease-degrading microorganisms can be added to the continuous feed to enhance normal grease degrading capabilities. A continuous addition of the IPT suspension allows gradual repopulation of the biofilm that lines the collection system by bacteria that are more efficient at biological nutrient removal than the bacteria that are present in untreated conditions.
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