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Environmental Biotech International (EBI) has been developing
permanent solutions
to FOG build-up for nearly 20 years and
is a renowned wastewater and FOG specialist.
With many States now imposing regulatory pump outs at
specific intervals, there have been untold numbers of reactive
plumbing businesses emerge. Most, at best, will deal with
each blockage as they occur, but EBI provides a consultancy
approach, combined with a high level of industry specific
education and advanced technologies, to alleviate even the
most prolific cases of FOG build-up.
Picking up a number of awards for its innovative approach to
the ever increasing problem of FOG, EBI has been propelled to
national acclaim being featured on a number of primetime
news channels.
The technology and programs EBI has put in place are so
powerful that nationwide partners, including Mr. Rooter
Plumbing and Swisher Hygiene, have been quick to add
(Grease Eradication System) to their preventative
maintenance service offering.
Now, with thousands of companies throughout the United
States, using EBI products to keep their FOG build-up under
control, EBI is often invited to talk at events across the United
States and plays a pivotal role in helping Water Authorities to
put in place new programs.
To find out how we can help you,
call us now on
941 757 2591
or email
A Permanent
FOG & Bioremediation
Permanently resolve drainage, odor and
wastewater problems.
A sustainable preventative drain maintenance
solution that works.
The World’s leading authoritative education
program on FOG and wastewater.
Convert your of end-of-life FOG into water
and biofuel.
Service & Maintenance
Waste to H
O & Energy
More than 4.5 billion pounds of FOG (Fats, Oils, and Grease) are produced
in the US each year, with researchers estimating that U.S. restaurants
produce about 25 billion gallons of used cooking oil each week.
It is no wonder that the accumulation of FOG is currently estimated to
account for 70% of sewer plant blockages and 30% of pump station
failures, according to the Environmental Protections Agency (EPA).