Bug On A Rope
Set It and Forget It, Lift Station Grease Control
Bug On A Rope in the Field
The center of the Bug On A Rope is filled with instant impact pseudomonas bacteria that have a big impact in the first weeks. The biostimulants on the outside are rich in oxygen and key nutrients that ensure the grease-eating bacillus are released with maximum activity.
Hang Bug On A Rope under the incoming flow and it will slowly degrade, releasing the two powerful systems of bacteria into the lift station. These bacteria not only help consume grease, but also digest BOD and lower H₂S in the collection system.
The Story Behind Bug On A Rope
About four years ago a customer of ours, Dan, was using a netted brick from a janitorial supply company, and he said it worked so-so. We went to work studying grease deposits from lift stations and what types of bacteria were truly needed. We went to work studying FOG deposits found in lift stations (animal fat, vegetable oils, etc.) and what blend of bacteria and biostimulants were needed to truly control it. It took us three years of research and development to come up with the Bug On A Rope, which was named by another customer, Mitch. Both of these customers still use the product as their only source of grease control and swear by it.
Pair with GreaseZilla to accelerate results, especially if old, hardened grease is present.
Applications and Benefits
- Bug On A Rope provides a big boost to any lift station
- Releases seven strains of bacteria, productive biocatalysts and oxygen-rich biostimulants
- Degrades fats, oils, and grease in lift stations and sewer lines
- Lowers BOD & sulfide generation
- Works 3x better than its soap-on-a-rope counterpart
- When it’s done, you simply pull out the plastic core