SEWAGEFIX – Microbial Human Waste Degrader
SEWAGEFIX Isa stable powder / liquid suspension of spores and vegetative micro-organisms capable of digesting complex proteins,human solid waste, starches, fats, cellulose and vegetable gums.
Special bacterial strains in SewageFIX actually digest laundry detergents which can inhibit the performance of thesystem.
SewageFIX contains strains of bacteria which degrade tissue paper, human solid waste, fats, oils and grease at an accelerated rate, guaranteeing complete degradation and ensuring NO Odour and exposure to harmful bacteria.
DANGEROUS EFFECTS OF EXPOSURE TO SEWAGE
Breathing raw sewage fumes can be both unpleasant and physiologically damaging. Raw sewage produces a melee of gaseous compounds. Common colorless gases encountered in sewage systems include hydrogen sulfide, carbon dioxide, methane and ammonia. High levels of these gases become toxic, and high concentrations of methane and carbon dioxide, in particular, displace oxygen in the air. Additionally, industrial solvents and biological contaminants in sewage may become airborne and cause adverse health effects.
Diseases Caused by Raw Sewage Exposure
- Cryptosporidiosis: This waterborne disease causes a slight fever, diarrhea, loose or watery stools, upset stomach, and stomach cramps.
- Diarrheagenic E. coli: Drinking fecal-contaminated water can expose you to E. coli, resulting in fever, watery or bloody diarrhea, abdominal cramps, nausea, and vomiting.
- Gastroenteritis: Also known as the stomach flu, this infection causes fever, watery diarrhea, headaches, abdominal cramps, and vomiting.
- Giardiasis: The Giardia parasite spreads this disease, causing diarrhea, loose or watery stools, upset stomach, and stomach cramps.
- Hepatitis A: This viral liver disease is contracted from ingesting infected fecal matter. Symptoms include fever, fatigue, jaundice, abdominal pain, loss of appetite, nausea, and diarrhea.
- Salmonellosis: Caused by exposure to Salmonella, this disease can cause fever, diarrhea, and abdominal cramps.
- Dysentery: Ingesting contaminated fecal water can cause this disease, symptoms of which include fever, bloody diarrhea, and stomach cramps.
- Typhoid fever: A bacterial disease spread through contaminated food and water, this disease causes high fever, weakness, cough, headaches, stomach pains, and loss of appetite. Some people also experience a rash.