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RE: Disinfectant Inquiry



Is she/he looking at ozone?  It can be used for wastewater treatment and
also air disinfection.  An area (such as a kennel room) can be loaded with
the appropriate amount of ozone (contact vendors such as RGF) and be
deodorized and disinfected at the same time.  However, be sure not to leave
the pets in there... ozone is a potent oxidizer!

Denis Dionne       mailto:dionne@ctc.com
Concurrent Technologies Corp.   http://www.ctc.com
1450 Scalp Ave, Johnstown, PA, 15904
(814) 269-2739  Fax: (814) 269-6218

> -----Original Message-----
> From:	Cindy McComas [SMTP:CMCCOMAS@mntap.sph.umn.edu]
> Sent:	Wednesday, June 24, 1998 5:57 PM
> To:	'P2 Tech'
> Subject:	FW: Disinfectant Inquiry
> 
> MnTAP currently has an intern project involving disinfection procedures at
> a 
> veterinary hospital.  The goal of the project is to reduce the
> disinfectant 
> loading to the wastewater treatment system while still maintaining the 
> efficacy necessary to prevent infection and disease.  The intern is 
> reviewing current disinfection protocols of large and small animal pens
> and 
> kennels.  The efficacy of the current protocol will be gauged as will the 
> efficacy of alternative protocols.
> 
> Does anyone know of similar projects, products or protocols that would be 
> useful in this application?  With the current focus on mercury does anyone
> 
> have knowledge of disinfectant/antimicrobial products containing mercury 
> that should be avoided?  What about the basics of the "best tool for the 
> job" based on current knowledge or school of thought?
> 
> Thanks for your assistance!!