GreaseBlast was launched in June 2012 and follows a host of highly regarded technologies utilising
Environmental Biotech’s specifically cultured bacterial solution.

Working directly with international food service operatives, independent caterers, food manufacturers, water
authorities and councils throughout the UK, here are a few testimonials showcasing the power of the company’s
bioremediation technology.


“On first meeting Environmental Biotech they introduced us to
their live bacteria solution. After a successful trial, their products
and services were rolled out through our entire estate.”

Group Maintenance Manager – Whitbread

“Our legislative requirement for all food outlets to be licensed
allows us to monitor their standards of drain line discharge
and maintenance. Having drawn up the test criteria only
Environmental Biotech’s live bacteria achieved the results we
were looking for. Installing this system will enable commercial
kitchens to minimise FOG waste getting into the City drain
systems. Other cities should take this route and save the
millions spent on FOG removal and blockage clean-ups.”

Michael O’Dwyer, the Dublin City Council Executive Engineer


Talking about a national trial, supervised by Water Research Centre,

Collette Nichols, of Anglian Water says:

“Rolling out the successes of the Chelmsford trial, which
included the use of the Environmental Biotech bacteria, offers us
major saving opportunities. We could save the £5million spent
annually on blockages and cut the energy used by our pumps,
reducing water consumption used in cleaning and less jetting
lorries on the road. Importantly removing the risk of pollution
from failed systems protects our water courses, homes and