B200 is described as containing a blend of enzymes and fresh bacterial strains developed and adapted to digest non-biodegradable compounds such as detergents, paper, pulp, fat, oil, grease, hydrocarbons, and phenols.
B200 is said to be useful for reseeding wastewater systems after catastrophic chemical kills, and the company recommends its use for the continued maintenance bio-systems to ensure optimum waste degradation and odor control. Claimed benefits include: digestion of compounds that are toxic to naturally occurring bacteria or existing sewage bacteria; culture growth in the presence or absence of oxygen; and one-to-two years' stability.
B. A. Bromley, Inc., 340 Main Street, Springfield, MA 01105.Tel: (413) 736-4280; Fax: (413) 737-4591.