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 email@example.com.
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
Biocatalyst-Fueled Grease Degrader for Wastewater Plants
Qwik-Zyme L is a grease degrader that incorporates three types of fat-degrading biocatalysts to provide dramatic hydrolysis of fat, oil, and grease (FOG). These catalysts speed the breakdown of complex fat molecules into simple short-chain fatty acids, which can help lower phosphorus.
GreaseZilla is a revolutionary new grease-digesting bacteria complex. It softens and removes grease, degrades grease on the walls, and lowers hydrogen sulfide. In lift stations, this is the top product for grease removal.
GreaseZilla combines hydrophilic bacterial cultures with a fast-acting biocatalyst that quickly breaks up and digests grease in lift stations where it has hardened on the walls.