Fat, oil, and grease (F.O.G.) is an ever-growing environmental concern. F.O.G. is usually produced at food service establishments (FSE). The by-products and waste from FSE include meat, dressings, deep-fried food, baked goods, cheeses, and butter. These wastes are considered F.O.G. and may lead to the F.O.G. build-up in the sewer system when discharged directly into the plumbing system.
Other sources of F.O.G. include discharge from industrial activities such as palm oil mill effluent and automobile workshop discharge. Residential waste like common disposal of cooking grease is often washed away in a sink. Issues arise because people don't realize that waste doesn't just disappear when it goes down a drain.
Our PX-700 biostimulant and microbial optimizer definitively reduces F.O.G. in Southwest Florida lift stations and prevents the pass-through of F.O.G. to the collection system and ultimately to wastewater treatment plants. PX-700 works with naturally occurring microbes by optimizing and stimulating their growth and performance. Simply put, our system helps nature to work better and faster!
In this case, a bio-stimulant/microbial optimizer, PX-700, produced by Enviro-Tech of America, Inc. definitively reduced grease/oil and BOD in lift stations in Southwest Florida and prevented the pass-through of grease/oil and BOD to the collection system and ultimately to the wastewater treatment plant.