Sewer sLick is a patent-pending mechanical system that removes fats, oil and grease (FOG) plus floating debris from municipal lift stations in order to protect downstream force mains from irreversible fouling, corrosion, plugging, breakages, and ultimately needing costly premature replacement.
Sewer sLick customers are cities who urgently need to control costs from overwhelming increases in sewer repair and sewer replacement due to FOG. These city sewers are being fouled, corroded, plugged, burst, and thus need replacement due to FOG and floating debris being washed down drains and flushed down toilettes from homes, restaurants, and food processing facilities. Our first target customers have both a FOG problem and a money problem.
A Sewer sLick prototype is installed in a municipal lift station in the City of Richmond (CoR), BC, confirming proof of concept. Patent applications for Sewer sLick have been filed in Canada and in the USA.