The Natural Solution
Seldom used drains and difficult to clean Drain Fly Control Spraying areas, such as under equipment or beverage tower drains and the like, are attractive places for build-up and for odors to originate.
Fats, oil and grease accumulate in wastewater lift stations, increasing maintenance costs, manpower requirements and related workplace risk.
“Manatee County has been involved with the testing of the BESTech Biofeed system for lift stations for about a year now. After speaking with Brian Himes, one our maintenance personnel, we are pleased to say that the manual maintenance on that station has been greatly reduced…”
– James D. Oglesby, Maintenance Supervisor, Lift Stations Division, Manatee County, Florida
Grease line back-ups create odor complaints, slip-and-fall accidents, and un-budgeted maintenance dollars. Managers wish to maintain a pleasant environment, keeping employees happy and customers coming back.
Obnoxious Odor can come from many different sources such as road construction sites, landfills, waste water treatment facilities, animal farms, zoos and the list goes on and on.
Grease is, without question, the greatest single contributing factor to sewer line blockages, maintenance headaches and numerous other problems.
The challenge is to determine the most cost effective way to reduce the problem to a manageable state. No two systems are alike, so “one size fits all” does not apply.
As the population increases so does the volume of wastewater. Few treatment systems throughout the world were designed to effectively treat the volume of wastewater they are now being required to treat out of necessity.
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