As it turns out, Stewart Avenue Public School isn’t the only elementary school in Cambridge where children have reported burn injuries from school toilet seats. At the Stewart Avenue Public School, a seven-year-old boy was treated for second-degree burns after a visit to the school bathroom resulted in a hospital trip after he used a […]
EnviroNize® teams up with CCPV
... with a partnership arrangement in hand the CCPV is assisting EnviroNize® in the research and regulatory standards in bringing this technology successfully to the North American market and beyond.
Tasmanian vegetable farmers could soon be using electrolysed water on their crops as an alternative to some chemicals, if tests confirm suspected benefits. Electrolysed water works as a surface sanitiser, and is produced by passing an electrical current through salt water. Researchers said it has been used extensively in some overseas countries as a cleaning […]
How Toxic Cleaning Products are Putting Canadians At Risk From Environmental Defence.ca Did you know that popular cleaning products are adding to indoor air pollution in Canadian homes? In a first-of-its-kind study, Environmental Defence tested the impact of cleaning products on indoor air quality. In all 14 studied households, levels of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) […]
Anolyte Disinfectant Technology… “was the most effective disinfectant in killing AIV, (Avian Influenza Virus) showed complete reduction in hemagglutinating (HA) activity) and damage of the nucleic acid (RNA) and viral protein. Anolyte Disinfectant Technology outperformed Virkon S as the most effective disinfectants for inactivation of influenza viruses based on degradation of viral RNA. With the […]
Electrolyzed Water has been approved by the Organic Federation of Canada as an organic cleaner, disinfectant, and sanitizer.
In addition to being approved as an organic cleaner, sanitizer, and disinfectant, the Organic Trade Association also found that hypochlorous acid is “… a material that has strong antimicrobial properties and is more compatible with the fundamental principles of organic production.”
The National Organic Program (NOP) published a policy memorandum (PM 14-3) on the status of electrolyzed water under the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) organic regulations.
This memorandum updates the status of electrolyzed water under the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) organic regulations at 7 CFR Part 205. The memorandum clarifies that electrolyzed water is a type of chlorine material that is allowed in organic production and handling.