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.

Metsource Complete


Metsource Complete is a complete nutrient formulation for optimizing anaerobic bacterial treatment processes. It contains all the Macro nutrients (like Nitrogen and Phosphorus) in the correct ratio for the needs of anaerobic bacteria.  In addition it contains the correct ratio of all the micronutrients to optimize the growth and removal kinetics of methanogens.


  • Simple, safe and easy to use liquid concentrate that is consistent and dependable.
  • Used in conjunction with RBL’s GranuleAid bioavailable iron source to meet all the anaerobic bacterial nutrient needs for maximum COD treatment.
  • Bulk or tote systems available. 1 yr contracts and we provide the bulk tank at no extra cost
  • Includes Biological Health check(s) and Anaerobic Technical Service for system optimization
  • Custom blends for anoxic, aerobic or other treatment streams possible.
  • Better Granulation and Granule Growth in granular systems
  • Condensate streams, such as in ethanol, being treated by anaerobic systems.


  • Higher Efficiency: Stable Operations
  • Any anaerobic systems that lack all nutrients on the influent, including ground water treatment units for Selenium, perchlorate etc.

Metsource Complete

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Case Study Spotlight

Midwestern Grain Mill Has Settling Issues
Floc Load was lab tested along a number of other River Bend Lab products, and was shown to provide the best bacterial coagulation and settling.
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