EcoCatalysts has been bringing break-through, sustainable technologies to Australasia, Africa and the Middle East since 1996.
We provide superior, market leading solutions within the Agriculture, Aquaculture and Environmental industries both within Australia and internationally. With extensive local and global knowledge within these industries we offer solutions which are underpinned by scientifically and commercially proven results.
We specialize in: highly concentrated non-toxic, bio-organic catalysts that are a superior formulation, aeration equipment to reduce energy consumption, sludge reduction, eliminate FOG’s, odor, and greenhouse gases. Our solutions are a cost-effective alternative to the caustic chemicals currently used by government and industry.
By utilising proven scientific technology of Carbon Bio-Organic Catalysts and plant Bio-Stimulants, we create leading Enhanced Efficient Fertilisers. Together with the expertise to help farmers understand sustainable plant nutrition management, we offer key solutions to increase the productivity of soils, plants and crops.
Our high performance probiotics and energy efficient aeration systems create a superior environment for an array of Aquaculture species. Allowing them thrive by reducing excess Ammonia, Nitrates, Phosphates and Sludge.
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- Australian Distributor for Bio-Organic Catalysts™ Inc (BOC) of California, USA since 1998. Improving treatment of organic contaminants in municipal and industrial wastewater and hydrocarbon bio-remediation.
- Exclusive Distributor for Australasia and Africa for Western Nutrients Corporation Inc of California, USA since 1999. Technical humate derivatives, sodium remediation and polyphosphate fertilisers.
- Global Distribution of the organic carbon Bio-catalyst, Launch™. Our own patented product used to manufacture Enhanced Efficient Fertilisers, biological soil improvements and hybrid liquid nitrogen fertilisers
- Exclusive Distributor of Keeton Industries products for Aquaculture and Water Quality in Australasia