This environmentally-safe biochemical treatment contains selected non-pathogenic bacterial strains which, when used in a consistent maintenance program, effectively metabolize grease, fats, oils, proteins, starches, cellulose, and detergents in grease traps, drains, sewer lines, and even dumpsters.
The billions of bacteria present in each quart of this treatment produce specific enzymes that degrade organic waste, neutralize odors, lower biological and chemical oxygen demand, and suspended solids levels.
Containing no acids, caustics, or solvents this product can be safely used around the metal, ceramic, and plastic components of sanitary systems in commercial, industrial and office buildings, hospitals, nursing homes, restaurants, food and meat preparation facilities, and municipal, residential, and agricultural waste treatment plants.
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EPA announce the use of
Bac-Off or Bio-Clean to be
effective against Swine Flu
"EPA registers pesticide products, including disinfectants. As part of the registration process, EPA evaluates the product efficacy to make sure the public health label claims are accurate. Currently, over 500 disinfectant products are registered for use on hard, non-porous surfaces against influenza A viruses. EPA believes, based on available scientific information, that the currently registered influenza A virus products will be effective against the 2009-H1N1 flu strain and other influenza A virus strains on hard, non-porous surfaces. For safe and effective use of these products, always follow label instructions for these products, paying special attention to the product’s dilution rate (if applicable) and contact time."
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