DGTT will rapidly degrade the pollutants in the waste stream reducing maintenance and eliminating odours in the collection system.
Fat, Oil and Grease deposits build up, clogging drains, pumps and Fats, Grease traps
DGTT rapidly degrades Fats, Oils and Grease with naturally-occurring and non-toxic bacteria.
DGTT is designed specifically to rapidly degrade Fats, Oils and Grease (FOG) in wastewater systems including all forms of grease traps, waste sumps, re-circulation cleaning systems, storage lagoons and biological wastewater treatment plants. DGTT is a highly active microbial-based formulation containing proprietary cultures that are extremely effective in dealing with overloaded FOG systems.
DGTT’s unique microbial-based treatment formula also speeds the biological oxidation process of slow to degrade organic matter resulting in improved water quality and significantly reduced BOD, COD and SS in the final effluent. In addition, DGTT has shown the ability to control biologically produced odours and corrosive compounds throughout the system and sewerage network.
Containing only active, non-toxic, naturally-occurring bacteria. DGTT significantly speeds up the microbial response in organic waste that is difficult to degrade. This enhanced microbial response results in a significant reduction in grease sludge, clearer lines and a liquefied slurry that is much easier to pump. DGTT promotes enhanced microbial oxidation of waste matter, significantly increasing organic degradation performance.
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What to Expect from DGTT
Our bacteria are extremely efficient for several reasons.
|Genus(type)||What problems they solve|
|Nitrosomonas||Nitrogenous waste like, ammonia|
|Comamonas||Aromatic hydro carbons|
|Bacillus||Simple and aromatic hydrocarbons|
|Saccharomyces||Phosphorous, carbon, ammonia|
|Purple Sulfur bacteria||Sulphorous|
|Citrobacter||Simple and aromatic hydrocarbons, nitrates|
|Flavobacterium||Simple hydro carbons|
|Purple Bacteria (non- sulphur)||Simple and aromatic hydrocarbons|
Sometimes greasetraps or septic systems can be grossly undersized for the volume they are expected to process. This could be due to the fact that the original system was designed for a much smaller loading than what it currently receives. Another cause for failure can be too much food waste entering the drains when it should be scraped off into the rubbish bin.
This all makes it difficult to recommend a guaranteed dosing program based simply on the size of your greasetrap or septic tank. Contact Parklink today to discuss your situation with one of the team and ensure you’re dosing the correct amount.
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