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Downstream Benefits of Biological FOG Abatement in Sewers

April 29, 2024
In this new white paper, learn how biological/microbial solutions break down FOG (fats, oils and grease) in sewers and prevent its reformation—without burdening downstream treatment or complicating discharge compliance.

Fats, oils and grease (FOG) are the leading cause of sanitary sewer overflows (SSOs) and other challenges facing collection system operators. Biological/microbial solutions digest grease, yielding environmentally benign byproducts that don't complicate downstream wastewater treatment and discharge compliance. These solutions also persist in pipes, discouraging the formation of new FOG deposits. In this new white paper, we explore how municipalities can implement biological/microbial grease control solutions to conserve resources and stay ahead of EPA guidelines.


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