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A sugar processing plant in Belize has successfully introduced EM Technology in their waste water treatment ponds.
They not only controlled water quality parameters but also reduced management cost in 50%. more
A mudball event coordinated by a local EM distributor showed great results and attracted media's attention. more
Pardos Chicken is a chain restaurant in Peru popular for its delicious grilled chicken.They apply EM Techonology to treat their grease traps with excellent results. more
Approximately 18,000 people have thrown 1.2 million EM Mudballs into channels, rivers and seafronts in Malaysia hoping to recover the mother earth. more
By fermenting fat with EM, waste water from a milk factory is well treated without odor. more
As EM activities are expanding in various areas around Mikawa Bay, the biodiversity is returning in clean rivers and bays. more
The residents took action to preserve the beautiful Kawachi town for the children of the future. The water quality was improved year by year, using EM. Now it is known as the river with fireflies, and many people visit the firefly festival every year. more
One of the most remarkable reports in Japan is the case of EM application at Todaiji Temple, which is famous for the "Great Buddha in Nara". They are using EM Technology with excellent results not only for water treatment of the pond inside the Temple but also for the recovery of pine trees and elimination of foul odor on the septic tanks and deer excreta. more
Waste water flows to sewage plants. From the facilities, foul odor may emit. This became true and problematic in a developing city called Primavera do Leste, Brazil. There EM comes; EM Technology was used to suppress odor. The following result supports the effect and efficiency. Moreover, the application cost low. What is and how did EM Technology work at the city plant? more
Okinawa was once known for its water shortage and water supply problem.
In 1991 Uruma City library (former Gushikawa City) developed a new design system with the purpose of reusing rainwater. The 250 ton storage tank set on the basement connected with double water pipes and sillcok for watering, make it easier to handle. However, without enough rain this system could not work.
Therefore, under the instructions of Prof. Higa, EM technology was introduced in the system and made possible the recycling and using the source of water. more
Polluted river was cleaned with EM. One year from the start of EM application, stench was alleviated and the sludge had decreased. Even Ayu fish(sweetfish), which can live only in clean water, have been identified swimming upriver later on. more