"Using your program has allowed us to concentrate on issues that allow us to build our business based on great food and service. I am happy to recommend your service to others."Don McGee - Northcutt Company Director of Operations
BESTechnologies has provided technical support and excellent service. I would be happy to answer any questions and discuss the effectiveness of the product in our facility with any potential customer of BESTechnologies."Jake Haslam - Honey-Baked Ham Company QA Manager
Founded in 1992, BESTechnologies, Inc. manufactures biological grease control systems for restaurants, food production facilities and municipal wastewater treatment systems worldwide.
Growth has since caused us to move twice since our founding. We have occupied our current facility in Lakewood Ranch Industrial Park in Lakewood Ranch, Florida since 2003 where we have plenty of room for expansion.
BESTechnologies grease remediation systems save clients money by reducing operating costs, mitigating workplace risks and supporting customer satisfaction. Fewer back-ups, odor complaints, slip-and-fall accidents and maintenance dollars.
|Effective, environmentally friendly products|
|Reliable customer service,
training and support.
|Access to more than a decade of research in our laboratories and the insight gained in deploying grease remediation systems in restaurants, food production facilities and municipal wastewater
In our research and production laboratories at our corporate headquarters in Sarasota, Florida, BESTechnologies scientists produce 100% natural bacteria.
BESTechnologies engineers marry the science with the most advanced delivery systems available in the world today. The bacteria – powdered and freeze-dried – is injected into grease traps and interceptors and municipal sewer and wastewater treatment systems in daily, precisely measured doses.
BESTechnologies bacteria are proprietary blends of live vegetative and spore-forming bacteria. These bacteria begin to consume grease immediately upon introduction into drain lines, lift stations or other targeted areas. The spore-forming bacteria have the ability to hibernate, and thereby survive, under certain adverse conditions. Both varieties establish colonies in the targeted areas, and almost immediately begin multiplying, creating new biological "factories" to process grease throughout the entire length of a pipe, grease trap or sewer line. The bacteria are 100% natural, as are the by-products (water and carbon dioxide) of their grease remediating action.