In most of my earlier posts, I have discussed mostly bacterial action/grown on wastes. while bacteria are the most common organisms in waste treatment, we cannot ignore the impact of various fungi on treating wastes and recycling nutrients.
In the environment, fungi are competing with bacteria for nutrients and carbon sources. This competition has resulted in the ability to exploit various ecological niche by different microbes.
Erik Rumbaugh has been involved in biological waste treatment for over 20 years. He has worked with industrial and municipal wastewater facilities to ensure optimal performance of their treatment systems. He is a founder of Aster Bio (www.asterbio.com) specializing in biological waste treatment.
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