Lack of clean drinking water has a direct health impact on everything:
Governments and Industries are looking for low cost, affordable and sustainable solutions for disinfection of water from BACTERIA, VIRUSES AND AMOEBA that can help control disease and improve health for plants and living beings resulting in a cleaner and better eco system.
Of the viable disinfectant alternatives, few offer a complete answer to the many problems encountered in treatment of drinking water.
Salmonella, listeria and e.Coli continue to be major health problems faced by the poultry industry. Symptoms have been treated and spot applications have been made to deal with outbreaks, but because the methods were not comprehensive, harmful organisms were still able to flourish, resulting in “re-contamination”. Decontamination problems are further complicated by the robust nature of a key component, the bio-films. This situation strongly suggests that to achieve the effective decontamination, the poultry industry must address the entire process, rather than simply part of it.
Odor and insects are another major issue facing the poultry and livestock industry. Odor and contamination go “hand–in–hand”, with the odor–producing substances providing the environment for harmful bacteria to flourish.
BIOZYM®, an all–natural, multi–enzymatic formulation by GreenErect. is an effective solution for dealing with insect populations and odor for these widespread problems with a systematic application throughout the poultry production and processing phases.Swiss replica watches
AqBON® is is an effective and long lasting disinfectant based on a complex formula based on hydrogen peroxide stabilised in a specially formulated gel. The combination of the hydrogen and the stabilising and activating gel results in a safe and highly effective product with the following main properties:
1. Disinfectant capable of rapid disinfection as well as long lasting disinfection.
2. Fully breaks down into water and oxygen leaving no residues.
Bio-films. The failure of disinfectants and continued contamination in production and processing in the poultry industry is largely caused by the lack of an effective means to remove the bio-films in which pathogens thrive. Bio-films are layers of bacteria that attach to inert surfaces and to one another with the help of a polysaccharide–like material that traps nutrients, microbes, and viruses and enables the colonies to remain, thus presenting a continuing threat of cross contamination.
Scientists have been exploring the ecology of the bio-film, a unique environment that the microbes generate for themselves, enabling them to establish a beachhead on any surface and to resist all but the most intense assaults by sanitizing agents.
The moment a microbe lands on a surface, it attaches itself with the aid of filaments and tendrils, “spiderleg-like” appendages that reach out to grab hold of the cracks and crevices of even a stainless steel surface. Almost immediately, the organism begins to produce a polysaccharide-like material, a sticky substance that in a matter of hours will cement the bacteria’s position on the surface and act as glue, to which nutrient material will stick, along with other bacteria and even viruses. Within 24 hours, the bacterium is entrenched on the surface, clinging to it with the aid of numerous appendages and a tremendous amount of the polysaccharide material.
The bio-film builds upon itself, adding layer upon layer of polysaccharide material populated with pathogens such as salmonella and listeria. The longer the organism is in contact with the surface, the more difficult it becomes to remove. In time the bio-film becomes like plaque, a tough, plastic skin that sometimes can be removed only by scrapping with a stainless steel scalpel or heavy wire brush.
Cleaning the surface with a chemical sanitizer may result in the destruction of the top layers of bio-film, and a swab test will show the surface to be sterile. However, a firmly established layer of bio-film will have layers of organisms still viable on the surface and will be able, in time, to cause a food-borne illness problem. As the bio-film builds up, portions of it will be sheared off by the action of food or liquid passing over the surface. The shear force is grater than the adherence force in the topmost layers of the bio-film, so chunks of the polysaccharide cement with its micro-organic population will topple into the product, thus causing a contamination problem.
AqBON helps remove biofilms and provides clean uncontaminated water resulting in improved health and hygiene of poultry and livestock.
BIOZYM®. BIOZYM is a multifaceted enzyme formulation that is highly effective, simple to use, cost-effective and completely non-toxic. A complex non-bacterial organic formulation designed for general cleaning and odor control, BIOZYM promotes penetration and emulsification of oily or fatty substances to increase microorganism activity. This in turn, accelerates the destruction of odor-causing conditions and gives BIOZYM its excellent cleaning properties.
The proprietary formulation has been designed to be non-hazardous and non-flammable. It has a slightly acidic (pH 4.0-4.5) organic composition. BIOZYM works on a wide range of pH and temperatures; however; it performs best between 55 and 95o F and at a pH level of between 3 and 9.5.
BIOZYM technology is scientifically sound and highly cost-effective. It eliminates the costly control, collection and disposal of harmful effluents contained in many other cleaning products. BIOZYM can be safely discharged into industrial or storm drains, or onto the ground without harm to the ecosystem. All of the ingredients in BIOZYM are organic in origin and 100% biodegradable.
BIOZYM is non-irritating to most skin tissue, though its ability to break down oils may cause dry skin if not rinsed thoroughly. It contains no known allergens and BIOZYM leaves a non-static finish that inhibits dust accumulation.
Field use in local chicken farming and processing operations have shown that BIOZYM is a superb cleaner of poultry processing equipment, floors, walls, drain lines and ponds. BIOZYM has shown its ability to penetrate and remove bio-films from plastic, stainless steel, tiles, concrete, etc., as well as the surface layers of grease, oils and fats. BIOZYM will continue to flourish until there is no longer a host environment for the bacteria. Thus, BIOZYM should be left on equipment to help in the reduction of contaminants that can host bacterial reproduction.
Finally, the accumulation of BIOZYM in the wastewater system will greatly improve the environmental condition of the ponds and the waterways that they are discharged into.
GreenErect team inspecting a Poultry Farm
BioZYM being sprayed on bird droppings to break the breeding cycle of flies
Our bucket test on live fly larvae growing in bird droppings