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TOD – Water remediation – Purification and Disinfection technology

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TOD – Water remediation – Purification and Disinfection technology

TOD Cleaning and Disinfection Technology consists in creating compositions of naturally occurring bacterial strains and media compositions for the production of preparations applicable in many fields of the economy. It is a technology that allows solving problems related to environmental protection, sewage management and water recovery in production processes in many industries. As part of the TOD technology, many methods have been developed for using preparations that increase their effectiveness and efficiency. TOD products are 100% ecological and are designed to remove pollutants: petroleum derivatives, mineral and synthetic oils, lubricants, organic (eg fats, sugars, starch). Our preparations contain enzymes and live effective microorganisms, which feed on pollutants, decomposing them into water and carbon dioxide – biomass, that is, completely utilizing them. The only cleaning agents in our products are enzymes obtained in a natural way.   Benefits from the implementation of TOD technology using preparations of special preparations:   Rationalization of costs associated with the use of cleaning agents. Up to 80% longer life of work clothes, mops, brushes, sponges, etc. Up to 80% reduction in the operating costs of separators. 100% reduction in costs associated with the clearing of sewer pipes. 100% security for the customer and employee. 100% ecological safety. 100% safety for cleaned surfaces.   TOD products have a neutral pH7 and the microorganisms contained in them have GRAS (generally recognized as safe) status and are completely safe for humans, they do not cause allergy and irritation. They are also completely safe for the natural environment, in particular for the aquatic environment, in which they eliminate hazardous chemical compounds, such as petroleum derivatives, phosphates or microorganisms harmful to humans