WHAT DO WE DO?
We make it simple to protect indoor environments from harmful pollutants and irritants by leveraging the power of Enviro-Biotics™; comprised of water and Bacillus ferment. Our patented technology works on a microscopic level and repetitively releases billions of micronsized Enviro-Biotics™ to purify the air and clean surfaces and objects; resulting in a healthy microbiome.
HOW DOES IT WORK?
WHAT MAKES US DIFFERENT?
Our systems not only improve indoor air quality, but also prolong the cleanliness of indoor surfaces. The Enviro-Biotics™ land on surfaces and consume the resources available to harmful bacteria such as dust mite excrement, pollen, pet dander and shed skin cells. With fewer irritants on surfaces, less are emitted into the air thus providing fresher and cleaner air.
The Power of Probiotics
Green Home Solutions introduces the Biodify. The Biodify system balances indoor living and work spaces by replenishing them with beneficial Enviro-Biotics. These products contain a mixture of spores of the genus Bacillus. They are formulated in very high concentration, and can foster a competitive action against all other microorganisms, without distinction whether they are Grampositive, Gram-negative or sporeforming fungi. These bacteria occur in two forms. One is the vegetative form and the other is as spores. The vegetative form is metabolically aerobic as well as a facultative anaerobe. It has very little nutritional needs, and is able to multiply and colonize the environment by competing with other potentially pathogenic bacteria. When adverse conditions arise the vegetative cells produce spores that allow the survival of the organism. The spores retain the ability to germinate and return to the vegetative state as soon as a favorable environment returns. The bacteria of the genus Bacillus are not normally pathogenic to humans and animals. In addition, bacteria of the genus Bacillus are classified in class 1 by the American Type Culture Collection (ATCC), defining them as have a low pathogenicity. Because of their ability to be stable for many hours on dry surfaces, and to form spores they have many potential uses. They do not induce the formation of resistant pathogenic bacteria, are biodegradable and are environmentally safe*.