Enviroplus Bioactive® Toilet Paper is perhaps the most innovative toilet tissue
Enviroplus Bioactive® Toilet Paper prevents unpleasant odours, cleans pipes, drains and septic tanks by degrading organic matter and reduces purging operations. It helps wastewater flow and avoids the risk of sewage systems clogging. With regular use you will start to see significant results in just four weeks, such as reducing sewage cleaning and maintenance costs. With ongoing use of the paper the cleaning action never ends.
How does the toilet paper work?
The toilet paper looks and acts like any premium-quality toilet tissue. The only difference is that it’s infused with good bacterial strains that become activated once they reach your septic tank, toilet pipe or drain. They’re safe strains of bacteria that lie dormant until they’re soaked in effluent water. These bacterial spores don’t irritate the skin or cause any infections because they’re good bacteria from the ‘Bacillus’ family. Once the toilet paper reaches the septic system, the spores activate and release enzymes which break down organic matter, fibres, and fats present in the septic tank. The BATP® L1700S also inhibits the growth of pathogenic bacteria in the septic tank. The product therefore eliminates bad bacteria and has a positive impact on the existing biomass.
How is the BATP® toilet paper made?
Manufacturers spray the Enviroplus Bioactive® Toilet Paper with BATP®L1700S, a solution that contains microorganisms. Each sheet has 0.002 grams of bacterial spray, which is held within the two layers of the toilet paper. Microbiological controls on each BATP® L1700S batch (carried out by Eurofins Laboratory) ensure that BATP® L1700S is free from pathogenic bacteria and other contaminants. The Pharmacology and Toxicology Department of the University of Pisa ran several toxicology tests on the BATP® L1700S and their tests prove that the product doesn’t irritate the eyes, skin or the vaginal mucosa.
How does the Enviroplus Bioactive® Toilet Paper add value to businesses?
Enviroplus Bioactive® Toilet Paper is a premium-quality product that’s perfect for toilets located within hospitals, convention centres, schools, universities, and shopping malls. When used regularly it can reduce sewage maintenance costs by nearly 40%. Consumers or business owners also end up spending less money on buying deodorisers and chemicals to keep sewage systems intact. Enviroplus Bioactive® Toilet Paper treated toilet rolls save you money in the long run by preventing blockages in your pipes.
What impact does it have on the environment?
Enviroplus Bioactive® toilet rolls contain a specific combination of good bacterial strains. Some of the bacterial strains release cellulase—an enzyme that breaks down the tissue itself. The tissue is an eco-friendly alternative to chemical products that have been specifically designed to clean septic tanks. The daily act of disposing toilet paper down the toilet has been turned into an environment-friendly gesture with Enviroplus Bioactive®. The spores that activate in effluent water don’t cause any harm to your septic system. They boost the biodegradation process and keep your pipes free from built-up organic matter.
Are there any other tests that confirm the effectiveness of the product?
Yes. There have been several other tests carried out in many parts of the world that have verified the effectiveness of the BATP® L1700S. Many large organisations across Europe have authorised the use of bioactive strains of bacteria on tissue papers.
Inclean Innovation Award 2017
The Enviroplus Bioactive Toilet Paper won the 2017 Inclean innovation Award, and we are very excited to be able to provide innovative waste management solutions to the Australian Cleaning and Hygiene Industry. This is the only toilet paper in Australia using BATP® technology, consisting of a synergy of five natural micro-organism strains applied to the paper.
These micro-organisms produce enzymes that actively biodegrade encrustations and organic substances present in pipes and sewage systems. This ingenious paper not only cuts the crap from your pipes, but also cuts down on maintenance costs and is revolutionising the Facilities Management Industry.