Waste-Away is a sludge-busting beneficial bacteria that naturally dissolves grime and dirt that can accumulate in an aquatic environment. It not only rids cyanobacteria, but can also prevent further buildup when used regularly.
Waste-Away`s fast acting formula is great for unclogging the gravel bed, and will extend the life of filter pads, keeping them flowing longer. Better flow, the more oxygen exchange in your water to help increase the overall health of the aquarium.
- 100% natural
- Contains no phosphates
- Unclogs and cleans gravel beds
- Keeps filter pads cleaner and flowing longer
- Removes hidden waste
- Combats cyanobacteria and slime
- Shake well before use
- Minimum dose is 10 ml per 10 gallons of aquarium water
- Waste-Away should be used on a weekly basis to keep sludge from accumulating
- Use will help get rid of cyanobacteria and slime
- Consider half dosage for first dose, as use may cause oxygen levels in water to drop temporarily
Dr. Tim`s Aquatics is the merging of the twin passions of the founder: fishkeeping and science. They make setting up and maintaining an aquarium easy by sharing practical advice and proven products developed through years of experience and their own real science.
Their products are developed with a simple goal – to make fishkeeping easy. You don`t need to be a biologist or chemist - they`ve got that covered! You don`t have to make mistakes – they`ve made hundreds so you can learn from them. Just have a little patience. There`s no magic or secrets – they`ve done the research and produced the products.
Dr. Tim has published numerous peer-reviewed scientific papers on nitrifying bacteria and filtration for aquariums and aquatic life-support systems. He also has written dozens of articles and columns for aquarium trade and hobby magazines. He has been an invited speaker to many national and international conferences and regularly speaks to aquarium societies.
Dr. Tim hold numerous patents for nitrifying bacteria, their use to accelerate nitrification in aquatic systems and their detection using molecular methods.