Deeper Cleaning Action

Cleans the areas traditional tech can’t reach

Grout, soft furnishings, cracks, absorbent stone, pipework… all of these areas collect dirt and organics, creating foul odours and a grimy appearance which can’t be cleaned by traditional tech without causing asset damage as it works through direct contact.

Provided the right microbes have been chosen, biotech offers a vastly superior solution.

  • Microbes colonise an area, feeding and removing the contamination over time without damaging the asset
  • Tackles the odours at source
  • Capable of colonising any material and will work while a food source (the contamination) is there

Biotech degrades organic residues left behind after cleaning

Traditional technology primarily works by lifting and emulsifying organic matter and washing it away – typically some organics are left behind, either because they can’t be reached or they can’t be easily seen. The right choice of bacterial strain allows this organic matter, and any left behind, to be degraded. Hundreds of strains were analysed and tested to identify those that produced the most effective enzymes for the degradation of fats, starch, cellulose and protein.
  • Each product contains a blend of microbes for their specific task
  • Up to 97% of organic matter is degraded into oxygen and water rather than simply being moved around
  • Bacteria that produce Lipase break down fats, oils and greases, Protease breaks down proteinaceous matter, e.g. meats, cheeses, Cellulase breaks down cellulose, e.g. vegetable matter, Amylase breaks down starch, e.g. potatoes, pasta

Biotechnology in action

The UK’s Leading Biotech Cleaning Brand

  • New generation of cleaning technology made from naturally derived ingredients
  • Reduced plastic pollution and CO2e from PCR bottles
  • Responsibly sourced packaging made from 100% recycled, FSC-certified cardboard
  • Carbon PAS2060 accredited with tree planting and VCS schemes in the UK and Amazon
  • Circular lifecycle model turning fully recycled materials into resources
  • 93% UK suppliers
  • ISO 9001:2015 and ISO14001:2015 accredited
  • Zero waste to landfill
  • No water pollution with wastewater treatment schemes
  • Minimal toxicity human and aquatic life
  • No testing on animals
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