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Independent Representative Opportunities with Custom Biologicals

Independent Representative Opportunities with Custom Biologicals Custom Biologicals manufactures a wide variety of microbial products for use in the environmental industry. Custom is looking for independent representatives for a number of product lines. Custom has products for: Industrial and Municipal Wastewater Treatment Restaurant Grease Traps, Floor Drains and Drain Lines Lift Stations Bioremediation of Oil Spills Car Wash Recycle Water Agriculture – BiotaMax Septic Tank Maintenance Oil Water Separators If you currently are representing microbial products, green products, restaurant supplies, wastewater treatment supplies, or are in a related industry, you should consider working with Custom Biologicals. Independent representative opportunities with Custom can be a simple as making an introduction or as complex as making a retail sale. Either way, we’ll pay a commission for the life of the customer. Custom Biologicals has been in the microbial products industry for over twenty years. Some of our distributors and representative have been with us since our inception. If you’re looking for a long term relationship with a industry leader, you need to contact Custom Biologicals – TODAY. Custom Biologicals has both independent representative opportunities and distributor opportunities. Contact Custom at (561) 797-3008 or Bill@CustomBio.biz fro more information.  ...

Biological Products Competitive Distributor Offer

Biological Products FREE OFFER Here’s an offer specifically for distributors of competitive biological products, microbial products, and green products. We’re so confident that our products are superior to your current biological products distributor, that we’re willing to send you one month of products – for FREE. Ever feel like your current biological manufacturer takes you for granted? Doesn’t return your phone calls or overcharges you? You need to try a new biological company – and I’m going to make the switch easy. I’ll give you a one month supply of your current products – for FREE. Why Switch to Custom Biologicals? Custom Biologicals has twenty years experience manufacturing and distributing biological products. Custom has several advantages over competitive biological companies, such as: High Product Profitability Wide Variety of Products Private Labeling is Available Protected Products and Protected Areas (International) are Available Concentrated Products = Low Shipping Costs Easy Access to Key Personnel (Technical and Business) CustomBio was formed in 1992 and is still a family owned and operated business. Our new distributors come in all shapes and sizes. We’ve worked with large companies, small companies and one man (or woman)  startup companies. Our distributor have come from diverse backgrounds including; wastewater, green products, janitorial supplies, bioremediation, septic tank pumping,...

Grease Trap Maintenance using Custom GT FAQ’s

Here’s some frequently asked questions about using Custom GT, a grease trap bacteria product, for grease trap maintenance. Grease Trap Maintenance using Custom GT Q. How does Custom GT work?  A. Custom GT contains billions of beneficial bacteria. These bacteria metabolize “eat” the organic components in the grease trap. The typical chemicals Custom GT encounters in a restaurant grease trap are Fats, Oils, and Grease (FOG), starches and proteins. Of these grease tends to be the largest component. Custom GT metabolizes theses organic compounds producing additional beneficial bacteria, carbon dioxide and water. Grease trap maintenance can be performed with regular use of Custom GT. Q. Do I still need to pump my grease trap? A. Yes. Although less frequently. Typically restaurants that pumped once a month will still need to pump their grease trap once a year to get the inorganic solids that accumulate in the bottom of the grease trap. So grease trap pumping is significantly reduced by should still be a part of your grease trap maintenance plan. Q. I’ve heard of grease trap enzymes. What is an enzyme? A. An enzyme is a protein that acts as a catalyst for many chemical reactions. Enzymes are substrate specific. That means there are different enzymes for proteins, grease,...

Custom OE – Odor Control Case Study

This case study is about odor control at a food processing wastewater treatment facility using Custom OE by Custom Biologicals. This odor control case study is very typical of sites we run into; odor issues are reported by the local resident. Industrial wastewater treatment generally has an element of odor control. After all, it’s nice to have BOD, COD, and FOG under control but if local residents start to complain odors, regulators and politicians tend to notice. Custom OE is a biological odor control product manufactured by Custom Biologicals. In this case study, Custom OE concentrate was used. Custom OE – Odor Control Case Study Client Category: Industrial Wastewater Treatment. Food processing and packaging plant specializing in tomatoes, peaches and other fruit. Location: California, USA Physical Plant: 6 aerated lagoons and 2 anaerobic holding ponds. Flow: 300,000 GPD average. Problem: Malodors – Local city officials received numerous complaints of bad odors originating in the lagoons. Air Quality officials threatened possible plant shutdown and/or high fines. Previous Treatment: None Custom Treatment: An initial “shock” treatment of Custom OE Odor Eliminator was applied at the rate of one 55 gallon drum per lagoon and pond. (Total = 8 drums). A daily dosage of Custom OE was applied directly to the wastewater stream at the rate of one 55 gallon drum per...

Industrial Wastewater Treatment of Food Processing Wastewater

This case study is about food processing wastewater treatment using F-TREAT by Custom Biologicals. Food processing wastewater is a major problem for food manufacturers in the US. In particular, treating food processing wastewater WITHOUT adding a new facility or other large capital purchases is generally considered the most cost effective method. This case study shows the use of F-TREAT to effectively treat food processing wastewater. Industrial Wastewater Treatment of Food Processing Wastewater Client Category: Industrial wastewater treatment – Food processing and packaging plant. Location: Pennsylvania, U.S.A. Physical Plant: Two 5,000 gallon alternating holding tanks from one small section of the entire plant. Flow: 20,000 GPD average, seasonal. Problem: Extremely high BOD (35,000 mg/L average). Elevated TSS (3,500 mg/L average). Extremely high temperature ( 165°F. average). Overall plant waste stream BOD > 5,000 mg/L average. Previous Treatment: Sodium hyperchloride was used at the rate of 100 gallons per 3,000 gallons of waste. Previous Results: Sodium hyperchloride treatment reduced BOD to an average of 10,000. A backup of the system the previous year resulted in a loss of permit to use this treatment method. The client was proceeding to build an expensive waste treatment plant. Custom Treatment: F-TREAT was added at a rate of 11 gallons per 4,000 gallons of waste. The holding time of each batch was...

Grease Trap FAQ’s

Grease Trap, What is it? Grease traps and grease interceptors are containers or receptacles located between the restaurant or food service drain lines and the municipal sewer lines. The Grease trap allows for the separation and collection of fats, oils and grease (FOG) and other organic materials from the wastewater, preventing the FOG’s from entering the municipal sewer system. The grease trap is either a)located inside of the restaurant or b)located on  the outside of the restaurant. Typically larger restaurants and school kitchens will have their grease trap located outside of the facility, usually in the ground. Outside grease traps generally range in size from 1000 to 5000 gallons.  Facilities with smaller grease traps can usually house theirs indoors. Why does a restaurant have a grease trap? FOG causes all kinds of problems in municipal wastewater collection facility. These wastewater problems are typically in the lift stations and collection pipes. Most municipalities require commercial kitchens and restaurants to have a grease trap installed. Most municipalities will have a maximum amount of FOG that is acceptable in the waste water leaving an food establishment. If these minimums are exceeded, fines and surcharges can be imposed. How do grease traps work? Grease traps slow down the flow of water coming from...
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