Bioremediation is the use of microbes to reduce decaying organic buildup that small flies and pests breed in. Microbes are very small organisms, such as bacteria, that live naturally in the environment. Bioremediation stimulates the growth of certain microbes that use contaminants as a source of food and energy.
The products we use are soil-derived Bacillus spp. microbe spores. The included strains digest fats, oils, and grease (FOG), carbohydrates, proteins, cellulose, urea and phosphates. The inclusion of the urea odors. The microbial spores are in a dormant state in the bottle and become active and begin to produce bacterial colonies when their food (organic matter) becomes available. The bacterial colonies then become “enzyme factories” producing the enzymes needed to break down the organic matter. The end products are carbon dioxide and water. While use in conjunction with harsh chemicals and disinfectants is discouraged, the spore-forming bacteria are more resilient than any others to chemicals and can maintain effectiveness in these environments.
We Care is committed to the safety of our customers and their families, which is why we use integrated pest management techniques and least toxic products and methods whenever possible. We work to effectively eliminate pests while minimizing risks to children, pets and the environment.