DryLet was founded on the principle of “Helping nature do its job.” As a biotechnology company, it provides proven products for use in applications such as bioremediation; wastewater treatment; aquaculture; animal waste treatment; and grease, fat, and oil reduction in wastewater treatment plants and restaurant kitchen settings. DryLet continues to grow its customer base by providing a patented platform of products that provide proven results. The company’s focus is to create patented, dry-to-the-touch nanobioreactor products that provide superior value and unprecedented results for customer applications. DryLet has a competitive advantage by providing a superior alternative to traditional products that cannot deliver microbes directly to their food source. The technology history of DryLet can be traced back nearly 30 years with the founding of its parent company, Dairy Manufacturers, Inc., a provider of industrial foods, animal products, ingredients supply and industrial services.
- Business Type:
- Industry Type:
- Water and Wastewater - Water Treatment
- Market Focus:
- Nationally (across the country)
The patented products developed by DryLet provide proven results in all applications when compared to competitor solutions. The DryLet product line is all natural and has no genetic modifications or chemical ingredients. These products are safe for human, animal, and aquatic life. The formulations contain only Biosafety Level Class 1 microbes that have been confirmed by independent testing to be non-pathogenic.
DryLet continuously tests next-generation products for applications that can help support a cleaner planet.
DryLet serves the following industries with its patented products that provide industry leading results for customers.
Bioremediation is a critical component in keeping our planet safe from hydrocarbon-based contamination. Bioremediation agents have been defined by the EPA as “microbiological cultures, enzyme additives, or nutrient additives that significantly increase the rate of biodegradation to mitigate the effects of the [oil] discharge.”
Animal waste is a natural byproduct of confined or intensive swine, poultry, and dairy farming operations and feedlot operations. While this waste is natural, it can pose health and environmental risks if not managed properly. The chemical makeup of animal waste contains nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium. In addition, it can contain antibiotics and thus pose run-off risks to water supplies.
Waste Water Treatment
Wastewater treatment is the process of removing pollutants from three primary types of wastewater: residential, industrial, and storm. The characteristics of industrial wastewater depend on the type of industry using the water. Residential wastewater systems generate significant amounts of waste sludge as a normal by-product of the treatment system. Some industrial wastewater can be treated the same as residential wastewater without difficulty. Others may contain toxic substances or high percentages of organic materials or solids, which makes treatment more difficult.
Restaurant Fat, Oil and Grease
In today’s commercial restaurant kitchen settings, owners and managers deal with grease and grease trap remediation on a regular basis. It can be a costly and difficult administrative responsibility if not dealt with on a regular basis. If not handled properly, grease traps can cause odor and if not treated, can lead to costly repairs.
Aquaculture is a multi-billion-dollar, growing global industry. However, it can be hampered by many challenges that can negatively impact the quality of the product. Whether a business is using ponds, tanks, or mariculture pens or is a hatchery, fish quality is impacted by contaminants such as waste, excess food, and sludge.