Restaurants and other food preparation facilities often experience sanitation problems associated with the buildup of kitchen grease (organic waste) on floors, in drains, and under heavy equipment. These problems include infestations by fruit flies and drain flies, slippery floor surfaces, foul odours, and clogged (slow) drains. Mopping with standard floor cleaning products, or hosing/power washing with water only, does not remove grease and organic waste - it only breaks it up pushing it into drains and under equipment where it accumulates. The biological component consists of Bacillus-family microorganisms including MGDTM (Microbial Grease Degrader), a patent-pending strain that breaks down long chain fatty acids - the primary component of problem grease deposits. BioMop Organic Waste Cleaner quickly penetrates porous floor surfaces and digests grease that accumulates over time. For mopping add 60ml to 3.8l water and mop in the usual manner (treat drains by pouring the unused mop water into each drain). To apply by hosing use the BioMop Hose End Sprayer (for smaller facilities) or the wall-mounted BioMop Application System (for larger facilities). Both systems inject BioMopTM into the water stream at pre-set dilution ratios.