How does the CleanBlu® proprietary blend of living organisms thrive and digest FOG in grease interceptor wastewater, when time is so short and the conditions are so harsh?
BluBio™ is a range of sustainable products that work in synchronicity with CleanBlu technology. Many applications for BluBio™ products exist including one to substantially reduce FOG in wastewater. To overcome short retention times and to reduce channeling inside grease interceptors, CleanBlu® patented and certified technology injects BluBio™ and air regularly and systematically into the Bio-Elements creating a biofilm.
What certifications does the CleanBlu® technology have?
CleanBluGRS® is certified by the International Association of Plumbers & Mechanical Officials (IAPMO) and is listed in the Uniform Plumbing Code (UPC) as the only system of its type available. It is also the first and only technology certified to meet the new national ASME A112 14.6 2010 standard.
Can I Purchase a CleanBluGRS®?
Yes – Purchasing options are varied according to business type. CleanBluGRS® may be purchased or leased and will have a servicing contract tailored to the needs of each client. Click here to compare the Purchasing and Servicing Options.
Why is CleanBlu® the only company to successfully do this, after all using bacteria for bioremediation is nothing new?
The CleanBlu® approach to the problem of brown-grease waste had to include sustainability of water and power usage, the vast reduction of unsustainable dumping of waste in our nations landfills and an affordable price point. While most companies marketing microbial products recommend using them as a standalone answer and acquiring unsatisfactory results, CleanBlu® technology comprises a complete system that restores the natural balance and nutrient levels inside the GI, substantially reducing the brown-grease waste content with conclusive results.
How can the water produced be re-used?
CleanBlu® systems produce only one byproduct, grey potable Title 22 water reclaimed to be used for irrigation or toilet flushing. 100% wastewater is recycled and reusable locally, reducing water usage, power consumption and overall processing costs.
How do you convert 40% brown-grease waste into biofuel when $ billions has been spent trying and failing to make biofuel production financially viable?
The non-technical answer to this question begins with treating the brown-grease waste immediately it enters the waste enclosure rather than when it reaches the refinery. On-site treatment is substantially more efficient, cost effective, uses a fraction of the energy and produces high grade, low sulfur feedstock, called BluFuel™ that a local refinery will convert to usable biofuel.