A slow release brick containing floc forming Bacillus strains with strong heterotrophic growth properties capable of degrading fats, oils and grease fully to CO2 and water.
Ideal for organic rich effluents such as municipal, dairy and slaughterhouse effluents.
The bacteria have diverse lipase, esterase and biosurfactant capabilities making FOG deposits more bioavailable and breaking them down into more digestible components.
Fully degrades the common components of FOG deposits such as palmitic, stearic, oleic and linoleic fatty acids.
Able to improve COD, bulking and floatation issues associated with fats, oils and grease.
Bacillus able to retain themselves within system via formation of flocs with excellent settling properties.
Wide temperature and pH profile and tolerance of organic strength variations enables growth in variable conditions.
Municipal and industrial wastewater plants
Grease traps and interceptors
Suited to effluents rich in organic materials