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Aerobio and Green Bran distributed to municipal wards

By Thejoto Nienu Updated: Feb 10, 2022 9:48 pm
Dr. Neikiesalie Kire giving away Aerobio and Green Bran to Kohima municipal ward leader in Kohima on Thursday.

Our Correspondent
Kohima, Feb. 10 (EMN):
A distribution programme of Aerobio and Green Bran to Kohima Municipal Wards was held at the office of the Kohima Municipal Council (KMC) on Thursday evening.

Addressing a brief programme, advisor of Urban Development and Municipal Affairs, Dr. Neikiesalie  Kire, urged the people not only to depend on the government but contribute individually towards hygiene and the environment.

Kire expressed delight on the initiative stating that it was one among the first in India to use the products and adding that the same would also be distributed to other districts.

The advisor also appreciated the efforts of both the companies and wished them success in their endeavour. He further exuded hope that the products would help in solving the septic odour during summer and rainy seasons.

Also speaking on the occasion, a representative from Aerobio informed that Aerobio is an indigenous formulation consisting of novel bacterial consortia that could completely break down human faeces and rapidly make an environment foul odour-free.

He added that Aerobio could metabolise complex forms of substrates that constitute the faeces aerobically and work across a range of temperature with no production of methane gas. Further, he stated that Aerobio does not alter the biological communities when applied in an environment, adding that Aerobio are non-pathogenic.

“This (Aerobio) is being used in septic tanks, bio toilets, twin pits, human fecal sludge collection tank and sewage treatment plants (STP),” he added.

Meanwhile, Rokobikho Sabino of Gwizan Organics and Technologies presented about Green Bran and stated that Green Bran is an award winning product indigenously developed which is based on effective microorganism (EM) technology that has a number of applications including agriculture, livestock, gardening and landscaping, composting, bioremediation, cleaning septic tanks, algal control and household uses.

He informed that EM is a mixture of group of organisms that has a reviving action on humans, animals and the natural environment and has also been described as a multi-culture of coexisting anaerobic and aerobic beneficial microorganisms adding that the product is harmless even if it is touched by naked hands.

The programme was chaired by KMC administrator, T Lanusenla Longkumer.

By Thejoto Nienu Updated: Feb 10, 2022 9:48:18 pm