Below you will find links to Enviro Tech’s latest press releases and announcements:
Enviro Tech is pleased to announce that slow-dissolving Enviro-Brom™ DBNPA Tabs are now EPA-registered for use as a drain sanitizer. This is a new-use EPA registration, and represents the first for a solid DBNPA sanitizer in drain applications. DBNPA is a non-oxidizing biocide that has been proven effective against problematic drain microorganisms such as Listeria, Salmonella, Staphylococcus and E. coli. The low persistence of DBNPA means drain effluents and will not upset wastewater biological digestion systems. Enviro-Brom™ DBNPA Tabs are placed in the drain basket. Unlike fast-dissolving Quat and iodine rings Enviro-Brom™ DBNPA Tabs last up to 21-days depending on water temperature and flow. California registration pending. Click HERE to visit the Enviro Brom Tabs Webpage.
Enviro Tech is pleased to announce that our Modesto, CA and Helena, AR facilities have upgraded from Level 2 to Level 3 SQF Certification. Enviro Tech is the first and only SQF Certified peracetic acid manufacturer in the nation. It has always been Enviro Tech’s goal to produce the highest quality products and Level 3 SQF Certification gives our customers peace of mind that the products they receive are of the highest quality. Click HERE to view a copy of our Helena, AR certificate and click HERE to view a copy of our Modesto, CA certificate.
Enviro Tech Chemical Services, Inc. today announced that the Metro Wastewater Reclamation District in Denver, CO has begun disinfecting their wastewater effluent with Enviro Tech’s peracetic acid (PAA) product called Peragreen® WW (15% PAA) as a full-scale demonstration. This new bulk delivery and dosing system at the North and South Plant with a capacity of > 30,000 gallons of bulk PAA storage capacity is the largest operational system for wastewater treatment in the US.
Enviro Tech is pleased to announce the approval for a new Food Contact Notification (FCN) 1806 for use in poultry processing up to 2000 ppm active peracetic acid. Please contact your Enviro Tech sales representative for more information.
Enviro Tech is pleased to announce the recent approval for a new Food Contact Notification (FCN) for use in meat and produce processing. FCN 1738 allows for the use of Enviro Tech’s peracetic acid products on meat (beef, pork, lamb, etc) up to 1200 ppm active peracetic acid and on fruits and vegetables up to 500 ppm active peracetic acid. Please contact your Enviro Tech sales representative for more information.
WaterWorld Magazine recently published a wastewater trial at Lexington Water Systems in Tennessee where Enviro Tech’s Peragreen 22WW (22% peracetic acid) product was used as an alternative to chlorine disinfection. The results of the trial demonstrated that peracetic acid is an effective alternative to chlorine disinfection without the concern of forming potentially hazardous disinfection byproducts.
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Click here to view our recent publication in Water World Magazine.
Enviro Tech Chemical Services recently received the first Food Contact Notification (FCN 1654) for the use of our peracetic acid formulation in marinades applied to or injected into processed or unprocessed, cooked or uncooked whole or cut poultry as well as processed and pre-formed meat and poultry products.
Opening of Enviro Tech’s New Helena, Arkansas facility. Read about it here.
Enviro Tech has been granted FCN#1384 for the Coronis product. Effective March 6, 2014, Coronis can be used at up to 400 ppm on whole or cut meat products, 1000 ppm on whole or cut poultry products, 2000 ppm in poultry post-chiller or dip tanks prior to air chillers, and 350 ppm on fruits and vegetables.
Enviro Tech’s patent for on-site generation of peracetic acid has been awarded (US# 8,546,449 B2), and can be read here. Enviro Tech will be employing this technology in our product Coronis.
Enviro Tech has developed a new method for testing low levels of quaternary ammonia compounds, and has employed this method for a small study of the application of these types of compounds in the poultry industry.
Enviro Tech’s latest patent applications have been published! The first is regarding the on-site production of PAA (US20120245228) and the second is on the use of PAA in poultry chillers to increase yield (US20120244261).
Enviro Tech announces plans for $4 million expansion at Helena Harbor in eastern Arkansas, and subsequent creation of 40 jobs.Read More
FDA Food Contact Notification 944 awarded to Enviro Tech Chemical Services, allowing the use of a new bromine-based antimicrobial for meat and poultryRead More
FDA Food Contact Notification 908 awarded to Enviro Tech Chemical Services, allowing the use of peroxyacetic acid (PAA) on Ready-To-Eat meat and poultry productsRead More