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Eating away waste water blockages

23 January 2017

NCH Europe has launched FreeFlow Liquid, a biological waste water treatment solution designed to keep drains and grease traps clean and which is said to offer a green alternative to caustics and acids. 

FreeFlow Liquid consists of ten strains of aerobic and facultative bacteria that digest organic matter, such as fats, oils and grease (FOG). The bacteria are able to work effectively across the wide range of pH, temperature and low-oxygen conditions that are common in drain lines and grease traps.

The bacteria are food-safe and the product is NSF L2 approved. It can also combat the foul odours associated with FOG build-up, as the FreeFlow bacteria outcompetes sulphur-reducing bacteria and prevents H2S gas from forming. The solution is safe for staff to use and it will not cause additional damage to the piping system itself.


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