Winery Wastewater Needs Sustainability
Winery wastewater struggles to keep a sustainable operation because of their variable production stages. The loading can shift from almost nothing to incredible high points. The organic loading during the racking stage can be 10 times as much as municipal wastewater. When a loading that massive shifts into almost nothing, it causes upsets in the bacterial environment, which immediately leads to permit violations in TSS, ammonia, and BOD.
Among these pressing concerns, wineries are being forced to upgrade their wastewater process to meet the changing demands on environmental compliance. Septic systems and traditional wastewater lagoons are failing to lower BOD, TSS, and tannin levels. Introducing VitaStim Winery can save older or failing winery wastewater systems.
Specially designed for winery and high sugar waste, VitaStim Winery has select biostimulants that give the bacrteria the tools they need to break down high BOD loads. The micronutrients introduced give the biomass a fighting chance during light loads.
No matter what type of wastewater process, VitaStim Winery will benefit it. VitaStim Winery will keep the bacterial environment in check by introducing the right amount of biostimulants to lower BOD during heavy production and keep the bacteria alive during light. This will lower labor costs and allow wineries to reuse water, pushing the idea of a greener, more sustainable winery.
VitaStim Winery Benefits
- Significantly Lowers BOD and Tannin Levels
- Keeps Bacteria Thriving During Light Loads
- Lowers Labor and Maintenance
- Reuse and Save on Water
- Keeps Winery In Compliance
Please Take Note of VitaStim Winery
VitaStim is a product which contains micronutrients, biostimulants and carefully selected bacterial cultures. The cultures will grow and reproduce in a wastewater process, and often times we are asked, “What happens if we reuse the water back on the vineyard? These bacteria are helpful in the soil as they support the fixation of nitrogen and phosphorous, and they form a symbiotic relationship with the roots. We are currently studying this symbiotic relationship in more detail.