Reduces Fly, Cockroach And Ant Breeding And Feeding Sources
Our Bioremediation program, available for companies throughout the Upper Midwest including Madison, Milwaukee, Eau Claire and Green Bay, is a bacteria-based solution that targets the source of sanitation problems. It is proven to get rid of grease, fats, oils and rotting organic debris. As a side benefit, Bioremediation helps reduce fly, cockroach and ant breeding and feeding sources. Bioremediation also reduces foul odors caused by decaying organic material.
Resolves Odor and Sanitation Issues For Commercial Environments
The bioremediation service works by using beneficial bacteria strains to digest oil, grease and organic buildup, enhancing the normal biological activity that takes place in all waste systems.
Bioremediation provides odor control and can be used to quickly and safely clean:
- Drains and drain lines
- Soda and beer tap drain lines
- Grease traps
- Equipment — especially hard-to-reach areas
Wil-Kil’s Bioremediation Service Program
Bioremediation is an excellent compliment to your existing pest control service. It combines the most effective products with expert service, including:
- Inspection of floors, walls and drains
- Identification of non-drain sites for treatment (walls, grout, behind equipment)
- Treatment of clogged drains, problem sites
- Preventive drain line maintenance
- Staff training and education
Less grease and debris directly supports your regular sanitation and pest prevention program. Your Wil-Kil representative will work closely with you to develop a customized service program for your commercial kitchen environment.
How Does It Work?
Bioremediation products contain bacteria that are infused into drains, drain lines, grease traps and hard-to-clean areas. The living bacteria attach to the surface where they break down organic material that sticks to pipe and tank walls. The bacteria then digest the organic debris, changing it to carbon dioxide and water. Without the living bacteria, the enzymes would simply release the grease into the effluent system. Bacteria continue to reproduce, compounding the benefits of your bioremediation program. To learn more about the bioremediation services available in your area, please contact us today.
Drain Line Maintenance
Bioremediation is an increasingly popular service with many of our commercial clients including restaurants, hotels, health care facilities and the grocery industry. Our bioremediation service does not use toxins or chemicals. The microbes are simply bacteria that consume organic materials and reproduce. They can be introduced into drain lines and grease traps in several ways. For example, they may be pumped into drains through a time-release dispenser or applied in a foam, providing optimum placement and staying power.
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