I've been dreaming of all my life.Thanks for a great product"
L.V. Micsky Exc.
I have been using this additive for 2 years. In November, I had my septic tank cleaned
prior to going on vacation so the whole system could get a breather. When the septic tank arrived,I was on the telephone and
was not present to see what the 1250 storage tank looked like, The operator, whom I know, asked me when was the last time
I emptied the tank. I told him 2 years ago. He indicated that he has not seen a tank like this one quite awhile. I asked him
what he meant. He indicated that there was absolutely no scum except for 2 small pools floating. I told him of CCLS
and he said it must be doing the job. I was so absolutely pleased I had to email you and tell about this. I must have a good
operating system especially if no scum getting to the drainfield. Our Health Department is flunking almost every system due
to IMPROPER maintenance. Hopefully mine will pass. The expense of $170 to clean out every 2 years along with using CCLS
is a good investment. I can't afford $12000 to $18000 for a complete new system. It is amazing to note that when I talk
to people in the septic business they do not know about this product or they say it is a bunch of hogwash and a waste of money.
The uniformed do want to learn. So I just want to thank you for the great product and will continue usage as long as I am
here ---- William Bachamn
I wanted to let you know how great the DrainMaster
works. The other day I was called out to a local nightclub. They were having trouble with an old grease trap. We removed the
cover to find it full of hard grease which had plugged the inlet line. With no clean outs to the trap I had only one choice,
and that was to dump 2 quarts of DrainMaster into it and wait. 5 minutes later the solid grease started to
break down, within an hour we had the grease trap flowing. The owner was truly impressed and bought a 5 gallon drum of DrainMaster.
Thanks again for a great product.
Tim Wolff - DrainOne
I just had to send this letter to let you know how much DrainMaster
and BIO-REM E-D worked for me. About three months again one of my customers asked me if there was
anyway to clean grease off the walls of his sewer ejector pit without the pump truck and sewer jet contractor. He was frustrated
with the mess, the smell, and the $2500 and $3000 bill. Someone else was doing the job and I wasn't make a dime because
I don't own the equipment. I asked if he would consider chemicals and he said what have I got to loose and I told him
about $150. He said lets give it a try.
I've got to tell you, I saw the tank and I was worried. The sewer ejector
pit handles four restaurants and the tank is seven feet deep by four feet wide by six feet across. The grease was 11/2
feet thick on the walls, two feet thick in the corners and one foot thick on the top of the water. This grease was the hard
white grease that is hard to chop with an ice scraper.
I called you and ordered one case of gallon containers of
DrainMaster and dumped in two gallons right away. The super called me three days later and said I should
get over there and I wouldn't believe what I saw. I didn't get there for three more days. He was right. I was pleasantly
surpised to see the grease on the walls was caving into the tank and the grease on the top was soupy and about 20% of the
grease was gone. After two cases of DrainMaster we had four to six inches on top of the water and a skim
coat on the walls.
I then called you and asked if BIO-REM E-D would eat what was left beause it
wasn't getting any better. You said go for it so I put in a case of BIO-REM E-D over a three weeks period
and we wound up with two inches on top of the water. I shoveled out the rest, about 150 pounds, and this job was a done deal.
The super was so impressed he was laughing as he told me that his tank cleaning days are over. He also insists that I put
one injector pump in and a five gallon pail of DrainMaster monthly.
I've got to tell you,
Rick, I wasn't making a dime on the job before and now I make all the money and my rewards is a life-time customer. As
an added bonues there are no longer any notieable odors going through the building. All I have to do now is switch the pail
montly. It doesn't get any easier or more profitable than that. The total cost of the job was up to $3000 and this time
it was $756.
Thanks for your help.
Daniel L Cadotte - A.D.T. Drain Cleaning Service
I had to let you know the impact your products are having on my operation.
In April of this year, we purchased two septic tank cleaning companies. The prior owners sold CCLS, but only
in quarts, and those sales were sluggish. My predecessors truly did not understand the value of your product. A few years
ago, I witnessed the impact CCLS had on a septic field - doing much more than it was advertised to do. I
knew that CCLS was an incredible product.
As you are aware, our companies now purchase CCLS
by the gallon, and move alot of product. All of our customers receive your brochure "What Everyone Should Know
About Septic Tank Systems" at the time of pumping, and our drivers are constantly complimented on their professionalism.
Our market share of the pumping business is growing, just fine, thank you.
With some trial and error - and a great
deal of apprehension - we jetted our first few fields. After jetting the field, we installed an elbow and stand pipe extending
just above grade. We then poured our BIO-REM E-D mixture into the stand pipe and forced it out into the field
with water. We asked our customer to follow this with daily water applications through their garden house, and to monitor
how long it would take for the stand pipe to fill with water. Typical reports were: first day 15 minutes; second day 20 minutes;
third day 25 minutes; fourth day, 35 minutes and the fifth day, "What do we do now?...ran the water all morning and couldn't
fill the damn pipe?" To which we answer, in our best Lone Ranger voice "Nothing Your field is healed. Now use this
silver bullet calls CCLS and sin more! Where upon we ride off into the sunset - as our bank is west of town.
Having completed about fifty such jobs this year, wer are now pretty much apprehension free, and probably our biggest
battle is to keep from sounding too smug. We estimate we haved saved customers in excess of $150,000 in aggregate in our first
six months. We have also kept ourselves very busy, created some new revenue, enhanced our public esteem and imopressed the
County Health Department.
We expect that will add FMC jetter in the spring and train another crew. Without your
BIO-REM E-D product, we couldn't do any of this restoration. On behalf of all our people, Thank You!
and keep perking!"
Ralph Goddard -R&R Ventures
Mr Rick Howe,
I had the contract for pumping septic tanks and grease pits on the Rowan-Salisbury
After grease pit at Knollwood was pumped, the school system called and said the grease pit
needed to be pumped again, which we did. This grease pit is a 1000 gallon septic tank, in checking I found the grease build
up to approximately 24"deep. After obtaining permission I started monthly treatments of 1 pound of BIO-REM E-D.
After the last treatment added and at that time the grease build-up was no more than 2" throughout the year. With
each applicatio, manufacturer's directions were carefully followed. I found BIO-REM E-D to be highly
effective and recommend its use. Enclosed are pictures taken each month.
Benny Myers - Salisbury NC
I can't thank you enough for CCLS. The problem
I have now is to learn where to buy it. We are in Sussex Co., the NW corner of NJ. Major towns = Newton, Sussex.
Then, I read the 3 products you have and cannot figure out if CCLS or DrainMaster would
be better for my friend and I.
You may not feel it was appropriate but a friend gave me the greatest birthday gift
years ago. A case of CCLS which I shared with a friend who also has sluggish drain systems. Everytime I flushed
or put water down the drain. I thanked that person. Now it is getting time to buy some.
The reason we are both
having a problem now is that out of sight = out of mind. Since everything was working perfectly...
be best when you have a lot of calcium in the water?
Again, we are so thankful for your company.
Aili Brandt - Branchville NJ