Entries by BioWorldUSA

Junior Fogger vs. Triple Nozzle Fogger for Disinfection

If you are considering fogging for disinfection of viruses or bacteria, we recommend the F8026 Triple Nozzle Fogger over the F0335 Junior Fogger. The Triple Nozzle Fogger has a smaller droplet size, emits a 25 foot fog of micron sized droplets and has better overall fogging capability. The fog from the Triple Nozzle Fogger is […]

Real Estate Odor

Project Situation When a real estate agent places a home on the market, first impressions can make or break a sale. If annoying smoke or pet odors exist, potential buyers can be turned off. One agent sought out environmentally friendly odor control to eliminate pet and smoke odors. BioWorld was contacted to provide odor control […]

The Power of Positive Thinking

Positive thinking is a mental and emotional attitude that focuses on the bright side of life and expects positive results. With a positive attitude, we experience pleasant and happy feelings. This brings brightness to the eyes, more energy, and happiness. Our whole being broadcasts good will, happiness and success. Even our health is affected in a […]

Ponding Basin Odor

Project Situation A California Flood Control District manages ponding basins in a metropolitan area. Dead fish and other organic debris collects in the water. Over time, odors were generated by the decaying fish and organic matter and complaints ensued. As a result, BioWorld Optimizer Plus was purchased and spray applied directly onto the water surface […]

Flag Day

Today is Flag Day! On May 30, 1916, President Woodrow Wilson issued a presidential proclamation establishing a national Flag Day on June 14. Many Americans celebrate Flag Day by displaying the Red, White and Blue in front of homes and businesses. The day commemorates the adoption of the Stars and Stripes as the official flag […]

Memorial Day

Memorial Day is an American holiday honoring the men and women who died while serving in the US military. Originally known as Decoration Day, it originated in the years following the Civil War and became an official federal holiday in 1971. The Civil War claimed more lives than any conflict in US history and required […]

Septic Customer Rave Review

So enjoyable to get comments from loyal, happy customers like Janet in Michigan: “I just had to write to tell you how extremely happy my husband and I are with your septic treatment……we sold our house, and had the septic tank inspected today. We have NOT HAD the septic tank pumped for several years (I’m […]

Algae vs. Weight Loss

If you were doing research to find the best product for getting rid of ugly algae in your lake or pond, how would you approach the challenge? Since there are so many products on the market, it can be overwhelming. Should I choose a quick fix or a natural, balanced approach? Think of it this […]

Marathon of Hope

On April 12, 1980 Marathon of Hope began! Having lost a leg to bone cancer three years earlier, 21-year-old Canadian athlete Terry Fox began a journey dubbed the Marathon of Hope to raise money for his charity. Today, The Terry Fox Run will become the biggest single-day charitable event in history to benefit cancer research. […]

Common Types of Pond Algae

The two most common forms of algae that pond owners struggle to control are filamentous algae and planktonic algae. Filamentous algae (also called pond scum, pond moss, string algae, hair algae, frog spittle or water net) begins growing on the bottom of ponds on surfaces like rocks and logs and resembles green fur. As the […]