GRS Bioremediation Mode
Food service establishments, restaurants, hotels, as well as food manufacturers, produce a problematic by-product known as FOG (Fats, Oils, Grease). Commonly referred to as brown-grease, it is typically discharged via its wastewater, into the municipal sewer system.
Classified by now as “regulated waste” (which must be handled the same way as hazardous waste) this FOG discharge inflicts significant damage to the sewer system infrastructure and is a major contributor to the maintenance cost of the infrastructure and its wastewater treatment plants.
In-situ bioremediation of FOG alleviates the need to pump the grease interceptor/trap and thus dramatically lessens the burden on landfills. This is turn reduces greenhouse gas emissions, such as hydrogen sulfide, which is the main cause of sewer infrastructure damage.
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