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Nature at nature’s service
Our idea generates from the need of offering solutions to Environmental, Agricultural and zootechnical issues, and aims at creating products, by employing highly innovative scientific application, that could reduce drastically the environmnetal impact of certain human activities.
After years of careful study and research at Swiss scientific laboratories, and after twenty years of experience in the field, BIOMACO uses a full range of organic products, aimed at solving in a natural and effective way the various issues related to each of the ecosystems’s degenerative process.
The production is carried out exclusively by the most renowned pharmaceutical companies in Zurich and Geneva. All products are registered with the competent Ministry of Health of Bern and are imported by us and sold exclusively on the Italian and foreign markets.
Our continuous research, together with the experience in the field, allows us to offer more and more advanced and targeted biotechnological solutions.
What we do / enzymes and bacteria in organic degradation
Nature seems to have provided all the enzymes of which our world seems to need. Millions, each with a specific role in nature. Isolating and producing them on a large scale, they can be used in the service of man for a wide range of applications. Like other proteins, enzymes consist of long chains of amino acids joined by peptide bonds. They are present in all living cells, where they play a vital role in controlling the metabolic processes by which
nutrients are converted into energy and new cell material. Furthermore, enzymes take part in the destruction of organic matter into simpler compounds.
The enzymes are able to obtain these results since, contrary to the proteins of the food, they are catalysts. In contrast to inorganic catalysts such as acids, bases, metals and metal oxides, enzymes are very specific. In other words, each enzyme can split or synthesize a given compound. In some cases, they limit their action to specific bonds in the compounds with which they react.

As mentioned, the enzymes are present in all biological systems. They come from natural systems, and when the amino acids of which they are made are degraded, they can easily be absorbed by nature. The enzymes work only on fruits, cereals, milk, fats, meat, cotton, leather and wood, typical candidates for the enzymatic conversion industry. Both products and residues of many of the enzymatic reactions are not toxic and are readily demolished. Finally, industrial enzymes can be ecologically produced and residual sludge can be recycled as fertilizer irate.
Bacteria are the most important class of microorganisms in the processes of purification. The heterotrophic bacteria are single-celled organisms: they live thanks to the organic substances that must assume from outside, because they are not able to synthesize them by theirselves.

They can be classified into aerobic (if for their survival is necessary the presence of oxygen), anaerobic (if for their survival is necessary the absence of oxygen)
and optional (when they can live in both the previous conditions). As every living species, all micro-organisms need nourishment for growth and multiplication. The performance of these functions involves a consumption of energy. The biological purification processes exploit the biological needs of the bacteria to use organics nourishing substances and organic energy substances to satisfy their energy needs.

The transformation of the substances present in waste leads to the formation of living matter (represented by the growth and multiplication of bacteria) and of generally gaseous materials, products from the metabolism of microorganisms. Considering a closed system, the increasing of the number of microorganisms follows a trend characterized by different phases. The first two steps consist in the activation of enzymes by the microorganisms; the enzymes, also called biocatalysts, are used for the attack to the organic substances. The third stage, called of “exponential growth”, is characterized by an enormous multiplication of individuals due to the high concentration of nutrients. In the fourth stage there is first a slowdown and following an arrest of growth of the colony due to the depletion of nutritive material.
A clear sky, a blue sea
Waste treatment Plants treatment Composting plants
Purifiers Biofilters Leachate treatment Sewerage
Septic tank
Environmental hygiene Bins washing
Soil treatment Foliar fertilization Pesticide treatments Fungicide treatments Systemic treatments
Manure treatment Stables cleaning Sewage reclamation and recycling