Breakthrough bio-enzyme dishwashing liquid which treats fat traps and septic systems, while ridding building plumbing pipes of organic build ups for huge cost savings. Eliminates odours from drains and dish cloths, while leaving dishes sparkling clean.
Blockages caused by fats at pump stations the country over results in enormously damaging sewer overflows into our precious rivers and oceans. The environmental cost is tragic, and it poses grave disease threats in the form of typhoid and cholera outbreaks. In November 2016 Bio-Bright showcased a ground-breaking technology, Pump Station Gobbler™ at the request of government at the Nelson Mandela Bay at the notorious Rudolph Street Pump Station in the Eastern Cape. Their fat problem was eliminated in an unbelievable 4 days! This proprietary bio-enzyme technology is now included in Dish Gobbler™. Just imagine–helping to save the country’s sewer problems just by changing your dishwashing liquid brand!
Dish Gobbler™ is a very powerful blend of eco-friendly bio-enzyme grease cutting agents with a neutral pH that is soft on the skin. With the awesome power of bio-enzymes, you get the very cleanest dishes and cutlery on even the toughest food stains. Through Competitive Exclusion, Dish Gobbler™ keeps dishes clean and free of harmful pathogens for days after washing!
Bio-Bright Dish Gobbler™ is extremely concentrated, and just a tiny amount cleans an entire sink full of soiled dishes and cutlery. It contains highly advanced foaming agents which remain stable and do not break as the grease loading of plates and cutlery is increased. This results in a dramatically lowered consumption of product daily for excellent long-term cost savings.
Septic Tanks & Sewer Lines:
Every time you wash dishes, a powerful dose of beneficial micro-organisms is released into plumbing and sewer lines, turning the plumbing works into a giant living eco-system. These micro-organisms then secrete enzymes to permanently digest organic waste. They have a hugely beneficial effect on septic systems, septic tanks soakaways and sewer plants. Fats and solids are permanently broken down into carbon dioxide and water. Septic tanks require far less manual cleaning and expensive waste removal, while septic and sewer plants are aided with sludge breakdown.