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A high quality, well designed grease trap can help to significantly improve the overall environmental performance of commercial kitchen facilities and restaurants by reducing the levels of solid organic waste, grease and fats discharging into the local sewer system.
Accepta’s innovative biological product Accepta 7112 has been developed specifically to aid the biodegradation of fats, oil and grease (FOG) in dissolved air flotation (DAF) units, sewer lines, municipal sewage treatment plants and industrial grease traps.
Keeping your swimming pool in good order is essential, especially during extended shutdown periods and over the winter months. This short swimming pool maintenance guide identifies some of the key points to consider at this important time.
Controlling the microbiological status of activated sludge. There is one area of paper industry microbiology where active measures are needed to cultivate microbial flora: biological waste water treatment plants.
This short paper briefly reviews some of the common problems faced by operators of Reverse Osmosis plant installations and looks at ways of overcoming these issues with the aim of improving operational efficiency, water quality and reducing life-cycle costs.
Effective biofilm disinfection using hydrogen peroxide silver biocides. Biofilm are bacterial communities that contribute to many forms of human disease. It is therefore important that they can be controlled and removed effectively. This study examines the use of Accepta 8101, a highly effective disinfecting biocide formulated from hydrogen peroxide and…
Accepta’s new range of high performance cooling tower cleaning chemicals have been developed to offer a practical alternative to pack removal in the tower cleaning procedure outlined in paragraph 138 of the UK Health and Safety Executives Approved Code of Practice L8, where it is not practical to remove the…