Odors of rotting garbage and drain back-ups are two issues that can quickly become a manager’s worse nightmare. Many commercial businesses face the problem of drain line and grease trap back-up every year. Grease and organic matter can takeover inside of the drain lines, which can be unpleasant for employees and customers as well.

To solve these problems, don’t reach for an over-the-counter drain cleaner. Solvents, acids, and heavy surfactants can eat away at pipe linings and PVC pipes can become brittle. Instead, consider bioremediation.

What is Bioremediation?

It is an innovative technology, which uses live microorganisms injected into drain lines to maintain and ensure proper function. These live microorganisms digest fat, oil and grease and convert them into water and carbon dioxide.

The process helps to keep your drains clear and save your business from common problems that can develop from badly maintained drains. Specifically tailored for the food service industry, bioremediation is a part of Batzner’s innovative Integrated Pest Management program that will help save time and money.

Bioremediation saves time, money and protects your reputation by:
  • Reducing drain-related odors
  • Reducing small fly (fruit fly, moth fly, phorid fly) breeding sites
  • Eliminating drain problems that can lead to pest problems
  • Increasing drain flow capacity
  • Reducing outdoor grease interceptor pumping frequency by at least 50%
Flexible Service Options

Batzner offers flexible service options, including drain line injection, floor and beverage drains, small fly, and full-service bioremediation services. Learn more about our bioremediation services.

Bioremediation: Commercial Drain Line Maintenance Solutions in Wisconsin

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