GreaseBlast Drain Treatment

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FIRST CHOICE CATERING SPARES LTD GREASE BLAST Grease Eradication System WATER TECHNOLOGY d by many businesses globally, Environmental Biotech’s GreaseBlast™ system is a cost-effective natural way to permanently free your drains from FOG (Fats, Oils and Grease) that account for over 75% of drain blockages. The wall-mounted GreaseBlast™ automatic drain dosing system routinely delivers non-toxic bacteria directly into the drain line or grease trap. The bacteria simply consume the drain-clogging FOG, turning it into H2O and CO2. Combates Fats, Oils & Grease Natural Biological Action GreaseBlast™’s multi-strained bacteria are specifically cultured for use in drain lines, and are proven to: • Constantly maintain free-flowing drains using a ‘biofilm’ forming bacterial action • Eliminate food related drain odours • Save on unnecessary reactive call-outs and drain maintenance • Help foodservice operatives meet tight legislative demands Bio-technology – the way forward Bioremediation is an established way of attacking fats, oils and grease deposited directly into kitchen drains and grease traps. The process simply involves grease-hungry microorganisms feeding on the problematic fat, sugar and starch wastes found clinging to drains, which is then turned into water and carbon dioxide. It is this biotechnology that GreaseBlast™ is founded on. The Problem The disposal of high volumes of FOG (Fats, Oils and Grease) from commercial kitchens is unavoidable. What is avoidable is the resulting blockages, slow drainage, and bad odours, which have an untold effect on health and hygiene. The Environment Agency estimates 75% of sewer blockages are caused by the build-up of FOG, equating to 75,000 environmental incidents each year. The traditional ‘patch-job’ Chemicals, enzyme systems, and surfactants (soaps) will not solve the problem. Instead, they simply relocate the issue further into yours, your landlord’s or the water authority’s drain system. Surfactants do not offer a permanent solution 1. Surfactants form a foamy barrier around the fatty acids and glycerol that make up FOG. 2. Once it cools, the surfactant dilutes and becomes much less effective. 3. FOG will return to its original form, further in your drain line. Many resort to mechanical cleaning, which can damage pipe work as well as failing to resolve the issue. In the meantime, the costs associated with your own repairs and annual cleaning, not to mention the major risk of fines from water authorities, continue to be a real threat to the operation of your business. Biomediation using multi strained bacteria The dosing of live vegatative bacteria creates high count bacterial colonies throughout the drainage system to keep it free-flowing. 1. Fats clinging to drain lines are made up of fatty acids bonded to glycerol. 2. Once released into the drain line, GreaseBlasts™bacterial solution breaks down the bond between the fatty acids and glycerol by the LIPASE enzyme that is produced.. 3. Once the bond is broken, the vegetative bacteria digest the fatty acids and transform them into harmless bi-products of water and carbon dioxide. Tel: 01543 577778 Fax: 01543 504141 Email: enquiries@firstchoice-cs.co.uk Web: www.firstchoice-cs.co.uk 517


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