MSW 365 contains a synergistic blend of highly advanced and selectively adopted microorganisms, which are naturally occurring, non-genetically engineered; which have been subjected to stringent antibiotic screening; which are designed to provide accelerated degradation of difficult to digest fats, oils, protein, starch, carbohydrates, uric acid, detergents, hydrocarbons, phenols; cotton, biodegradable plastics, hair, tissue, filters etc.  

It also contains the nutrients required by these microbes which are not available in the municipal solid waste.

The Mineral solubilising microbes present in MSW 365 degrade the Minerals present in the Municipal Solid Waste:
  1. Thiobacillus microbes oxidize the H2S gas.
  2. Some Lactobaillus combat E coli and Salmonella.
  3. Nitrosomonas converts Ammonia to Nitrites.
  4. Nitrobacter converts Nitrite into nitrate
  5. Obligates autotrophs
  6. Solubilize Phosphorous.

MSW 365 also contains:
Humic Substance:

  • Humic Substances have the ability to influence in particular the metabolism of proteins and carbonhydrates of microbes by catalytic means.
  • This leads to a direct devastating effect against bacteria cells or virus particles.
  • A second mechanism is related to the inter-ionic bonds of high-molecular protein fractions (toxins) of infectious microbes.
  • Their toxic impact on physiological processes of mucous membrane cells can be weakened considerably or even blocked completely.

Oxygen liberating compounds:
  • Oxygen liberating compound is an important auxiliary agent in organic synthesis for oxidizing plenty of organics and functioning - as the epoxy oxidizer of the twin bonds of organic chemicals.
  • It’s also a free radical introductory agent in many polymeric reactions.
  • It can be used to oxidize hydrogen sulfide (H2S) and other reduced sulfur compounds, such as mercaptans, sulfides, disulfides, and sulfites in waste water treatment

Activated Carbon: 
  • Activated Carbon adsorbs obnoxious gases.
  • It also binds virus.
  • It helps in removing halogens such as ozone, chlorine and bromine; and in removing color and metabolic by-products.
  • It adsorbs Chlorine and some chloramine, many dissolved organic contaminants, trihalomethanes (THM), and phenolics, total organic carbon (TOC), oil and hydrocarbon contamination, ozone, bromic acid and total organic halogens (TOX), adsorbable organic halogens (AOX) including chloroform, biological oxygen demand (BOD), chemical oxygen demand (COD), colors, pesticides, odors and more.

Activated Hydrated Sodium Aluminium Silicate:
  • Activated Hydrated Sodium Aluminium Silicate also adsorbs poisonous gases.
  • It improves CEC.

Activated Aluminum Sulfate:
  • Activated Aluminum Sulfate helps in coagulating all the suspended solids.
  • It lowers the pH

  • EDTA is a bleach precursor.
  • It binds Heavy Metals

Saponins from Herbs like Yucca, Methi:
  • Yucca and Methi adsorb harmful gases

  • Enzymes like Protease and Lipase help in degrading the Proteins and greases.​
For Every 1 MT of the biodegradable organic matter obtained after a mechanical segregation of the total MSW and after Particle size reduction:

  • Add 200 gm MSW-365 for Open Dumps (Aerobic Process) or 250 gm MSW-365 for closed reactors (Anaerobic Process)
  • Add 1 Kg Jaggery or Molasses.
  • Add sufficient water or Municipal Sewage Water to monitor a moisture range of about 14% (throughout the treatment period of about 20-30 Days).
  • Blend the whole mass.
  • Keep in Closed Reactors or Open Dumps.
  • Batch wise Heap Height may be maintained up to 2.5 m​


Municipal Solid Waste Management​ By Non-GMO Microorganisms

Providing Sustainable Green Technology Solutions 

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  • Absorption of the nutrients is enhanced
  • Comparatively more cost effective from the point of view of life cycle cost.
  • Comparatively much less need of land.
  • Drastic reduction of pathogens is achieved.
  • Environment-friendly
  • No problem of Fly and Maggot
  • No problem of odour.
  • No release of greenhouse gases to environment.
  • Reliable
  • Toxic materials are biodegraded.
  • Useful products such as biogas and compost are obtained.​
  • Average Generation of MSW (Municipal Solid Waste): 0.41–0.52 kg/person/ day.
  • Every year it is increasing. Urban population is also increasing every day.
  • Hence it is an alarming situation, which needs a serious thought.
  • The rapid urbanization and industrialization

Mainly, the following types of management practices are in vogue:
  1. Sanitary landfill,
  2. Incineration
  3. Gasification
  4. Anaerobic digestion
  5. Other types.

All the above technologies have merits and demerits.
The choice of technology has to be made based on the waste, quality, and local conditions.​