I'm trying to do research on how to maintain my drains. I see a lot of places selling assorted enzyme and/or bacterial treatments, including bacteria that are selected to produce enzymes as they try to consume waste. However, I saw something claiming that most of these treatments are illegal in Canada and possibly in parts of the United States. The claim was that they may temporarily liquify these wastes but then they might re-solidify downstream, including at wastewater treatment plants. http:/
I can't find anything stating that it's illegal in my area. I see plenty of treatments sold at Home Depot and Lowe's that say they're suitable for grease traps, although I think the idea is that it makes it easier to clean.
I also found that Amazon has its own enzyme treatment. However, it's a little bit different in that it's a universal enzyme treatment for more than just drains. They're claiming that it helps to reduce pet odors, similar to products like Nature's Miracle.
https:/ www.greasetrap.ca/ enzymes.htm /
www.amazon.com/ AmazonCommercial-Multi-Purpose-Enzyme-Cleaner/ dp/ B07XQB9YL4