All of our representatives are degreed individuals
from diverse backgrounds with hand-on operation
experience of biological treatment processes.

Our Treatability Lab is one of our many tools used to predict
and troubleshoot problems for multiple industrial waste streams.

We don’t just sell products, but turn key Product Programs
that link our products to regular laboratory testing and technical
assistance together to keep biological treatment systems fully optimized.



LNC is a concentrated liquid blend of the nitrifying strains Nitrosomonas and Nitrobacter.


  • LNC improves waste systems stability and reduces frequency of upsets
  • LNC reduces effluent organics
  • Creates enhanced flocculation in activated sludge
  • Higher levels and diversity of protozoa
  • Rapid recovery from load related and toxic upsets
  • Targeted removal of specific organics
  • Reduced municipal surcharges
  • Contains no raw enzymes, surfactans or solvents


  • The product is applicable to aerobic treatment systems and has successfully established nitrification in activated sludge, lagoon and retrofitted physical/chemical unit processes in municipalities, landfills, steel plants, refineries, food processors/renderers, chemical producers and Superfund sites.


  • Pinkish brown heavily turbid liquid
  • Supplied in 10 lb jugs
  • Stability: 4-8 months under refrigeration
  • Concentrated for easy refrigeration
  • Effective temperature range 46° - 110°F
  • Specification based on ammonia oxidation rate.


  • Refrigerate concentrate upon receipt and throughout period of use


  • Store regular liquids in a cool environment


  • As with all products, follow safety instructions as indicated on MSDS. At a minimum all products should be handled while wearing gloves and goggles.

Contact RIVER BEND LABORATORIES (A Division of the CHEMTRON CORPORATION) for directions on product usage, pricing and optimal system conditions.

Case Study Spotlight

Wastewater Treatment Plant
During the first month of treatment the odors being generated at the head of the plant were dramatically reduced.
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