Biotech Drainline services is a family-owned and operated business established in 2000. We started our company by providing environmentally effective solutions for treating drain lines and grease traps in restaurants and other commercial establishments. We have expanded into a full-service company that is able to offer 24/7 drain line and plumbing services for our customers.
Today our expanded team and fleet are able to service commercial establishments in Buffalo, Rochester and Syracuse. The work ethic, integrity and pride that grew our business are still the key to our success today.
The Problem: Grease and Oil
It is estimated that grease and oil cause between 40 and 70 percent of all drain lin problems and many of the odor problems. These problems cost businesses thousands of dollars each year. The safe and proper disposal of grease accumulation has become a major concern for commercial establishments. Unfortunately, these by-products often lead to foul odors, persistent drain line backups, blocked grease trap, clogged sewers and lift stations, and environmental problems. Since grease floats, it accumulates inside pipes from the top down, eventually clogging the drain and creating a backup in the drain lines.
The Solution: Grease Biodegradation
Proactive drain line management is the solutions. We use natural, vegetative bacteria to bioremediate harmful grease, converting it into harmless carbon dioxide and water. Our highly effective, scientifically proven system can greatly reduce drain line and grease trap problems, saving our clients money, time and headaches. It is a "Win-Win" situation. Our solutions help both our client's bottom line and the environment.
The Grease Biodegradation Service is a cost-effective, environmentally conscious solution to reduce grease problems. Our state-of-the-art technology harnesses the power of bioremediation, a natural process in which bacteria actually consume grease and oil from drain lines, grease traps, and interceptors. This system will reduce time spent dealing with the drudgery of unexpected drain clogs, backups, and the foul odors normally associated with these problems. These bacteria are non-toxic, non-pathogenic, live, vegetative; turning grease and oil waste into harmless carbon dioxide and water.