Bio-Blocks reduce odor, sludge, fats, oils and grease in your lift stations

FOG (fats, oil, and grease) from homes, restaurants, and other commercial and industrial facilities enters collection systems and accumulates in sewer lines and lift stations.

Sewer grease buildup in lift stations leads to clogging, reduced pump efficiency, increased maintenance, and foul odors.

Bio-Blocks break down FOG and other organic wastes that collect in lift stations. The high quality, high count beneficial bacteria in these solid blocks promote the natural degradation of organic materials. Bio-Blocks help support proper functioning, reduce the need for manual cleaning or maintenance, and improve the overall efficiency of the sewage system when used regularly in lift stations.

By simply suspending the environmentally friendly Bio-Blocks into the treatment area, you will maintain lift station efficiency by decreasing sewer grease buildup, saving time and money.

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Bio-Block Features

  • Industrial strength

  • Biodegradable

  • Environmentally friendly

  • Contains 5 billion bacteria/gram

  • Does not require a metering pump

  • High quality, high count stable bacteria that degrade grease

  • Continuously adds bacteria over a 30 to 90-day period (depending on flow rates)

  • Blocks available in cases of 4 for 5-lb (Product# 11645) and 10-lb (Product# 116410) and cases of 1 for 30-lb (Product# 116430) sizes

Bio-Block Benefits

  • Minimizes foul odors

  • Degrades organic waste 24 hours a day

  • Easy-to-use system

  • Reduces hydrogen sulfide and sludge buildup

  • Lowers grease disposal costs

  • Lessens labor costs

  • Enhances BOD/COD/TSS removal

  • Improves system efficiency

  • Decreases sewer grease build-up lift station walls, floats, electric cords, and guide rails

Using Bio-Blocks

Dosing Schedule:
Flow Rate Block Size Maintenance
Up to 125,000 GPD 5-lb 1 block every one to three months
125,001 to 775,000 GPD 10-lb 1 to 2 blocks every one to three months
750,000 to 2 million GPD 30-lb 1 to 2 blocks every one to three months

Do not add to the treatment system at a location where toxic or otherwise adverse pH, dissolved oxygen or temperature conditions may exist at peak levels.

For optimal results the wastewater and treatment system should meet the following conditions:
Optimum Minimum
Influent pH 7.0 5.0
Dissolved oxygen, ppm 2.0+ 1.0+
C/N/P ratio 100/10/1 100/5/1
Temperature 30°C (86°F) 10°C (50°F)
Toxic metals, ppm
(E.g., hex., chromium)
0 0

Storage and Handling:

Storage: Store in a cool, dry place

Handling: Wash hands thoroughly with warm, soapy water after handling

See label and SDS for safety information.

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