An aerobe is an organism that needs an oxygenated environment to prosper. These organisms breathe oxygen for survival, and it is called cellular respiration. They use oxygen to oxidise substances to generate energy.
Aerobic culture is an essential element that is used to treat contaminated water which later can be returned to the water cycle. The environment is a prior concern these days and water is an essential element of it. This urges a need to treat a fluid before it could be reused for different purposes. During the treatment, suspended and floatable particles are filtered and treated separately; whereas, biodegradable and pathogenic organisms are treated in a separate tank. Water can be restored by performing physical, chemical and biological processes. For effective removal of such microorganisms, Catazyme aerobic is mandatory.
It is a dry, free-flowing powder which contains a concentrated source of free-flowing hydrolytic enzymes along with ten strains of natural bacteria that are genetically capable of producing enzymes in wastewater treatment systems under aerobic and anaerobic conditions