Advanced Bacterial Sciences (ABS), a science-led organisation dedicated to creating next-generation bacterial solutions for waste and water management, is proud to announce its membership in the Association for Public Service Excellence (APSE) Approved Partner Scheme.
This partnership will enable ABS to bring its revolutionary products and services to a wider audience, and further its mission to provide sustainable and cost-effective solutions for waste and water management.
"The applications for bacterial solutions are endless and we are thrilled to be partnering with APSE to provide local authorities and public sector organisations across the country with our eco-friendly, highly effective, cleaning alternatives," said Gareth Hughes, CEO and Co-Founder of ABS.
"Our products are designed to be cost-effective and sustainable, enabling our customers to reduce their carbon footprint and remove the need for environmentally unfriendly chemical treatments and disruptive and expensive physical and mechanical intervention often required to deal with recurring blockages.”
Harnessing the power of beneficial bacteria, ABS's solutions are designed to break down organic matter, including uric scale, hydrocarbons and fats, oils, and greases, quickly and efficiently. This helps to reduce the risk of blockages and odours, which can be a major problem for waste and water management systems.
“APSE is pleased to announce ABS’s involvement in the Approved Partner Scheme. It’s important that we recognise our responsibility to adopt sustainable practices within our organisations. With ABS on board, we can provide organisations with practical, eco-friendly alternatives,” said APSE Chief Executive, Mo Baines.
For more information about ABS and its revolutionary bacterial solutions for waste and water management, please visit abs.eco