In this webinar, Aquafix Chemist, Dan McKeaton will discuss how to help bacteria breakdown grease in collection systems and wastewater plants. For additional information or questions, please contact us at 888-757-9577 or


00:07 Introduction

06:13 Importance of pretreatment

09:28 Influent nutrient balance and abilities of bacteria to degrade grease

13:13 Anaerobic Vs Aerobic systems

17:13 Foaming filaments

27:28 Treatment of FOG in aerobic systems

28:36 Case studies

36:03 Grease accumulation outside wastewater system

43:22 Q&A

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