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Chemfil has a great selection of products for portable sanitation.  For more information, see our Line Card.

 

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BACTIZYME® BIO-BREEZE

BactiZyme® Bio-Breeze outdoor toilet treatment is safe for all outdoor toilets.

BactiZyme® Bio-Breeze is a natural biological treatment for degrading
organic matter and removal of odours in outdoor toilets.

• Controls odours
• Dissolves all organic matter
• Eliminates the need for hazardous chemicals
• Reduces BODs and CODs
• Phosphate free

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BactiZyme® Bio-Puck (Urinal Block)

A citrus fragranced urinal puck made with billions of naturally-occurring, ‘friendly’ bacteria which have a unique benefit of consuming uric acid thus reducing water needs and eliminating the chance of scaling the urinal trap.

So what does our technology do?

  • Just drop a puck in each urinal. They last about 4+ weeks.
  • Friendly bacteria digest the stuff that causes odours and blockages.
  • The enzymes released by the block reduce limescale and uric acid build up.
  • The block also releases a pleasant citrus fragrance.
  • The system helps to protect the environment by drastically reducing the amount of water used in a washroom environment.
  • There are no installation charges.
  • Designed to fit all urinals.
  • The friendly bacteria are completely safe and natural and are completely environmentally friendly – unlike the chemicals often used in toilets.*1 variables include: flush volumes, flush frequencies and water charges between different water suppliersLess water – less odoursOdour is a problem with waterless urinals with most manufacturers offering a countermeasure, usually in the form of a scented block, stick, pad or automatic air fresheners. In reality, odours are usually caused by trap leaks or general hygiene problems around the urinals rather than the lack of water.The new system can help to overcome these problems. In addition:
    • No plumbing changes are required
    • Consistent fragrance over the life of the Bio-Puck
    • Breakdown of uric acid and scale which cause blockages
    • Help in overcoming the big issue of ODOURS

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CITRUS CLEANER

General purpose cleaner with a long lasting citrus scent.

TDS SHEET

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FLORAL LIQUID HAND SOAP

Mild skin cleanser.

Floral and Floral foaming are Liquid hand soap with a pleasant scent.  Gentle on the skin. We have a foaming and non-foaming versions. Contact us if you are interested in non-fragrance and or non-die version or bulk purchases.

Use: Wet your hands with clean, running water (warm or cold), turn off the tap, and apply soap. Lather your hands by rubbing them together with the soap. Lather the backs of your hands, between your fingers, and under your nails. Scrub your hands for at least 20 seconds.

Excerpt from the Health Canada website:

Washing your hands correctly (or using an alcohol-based hand rub) is the most effective thing you can do to protect yourself against a number of infectious diseases, such as influenza (the “flu”) and the common cold. Not only will it help keep you healthy, it will help prevent the spread of infectious diseases to others.

Background

Even if your hands appear to be clean, they may carry germs. Hands pick up micro-organisms (germs) in a number of ways.

When people who are sick sneeze or cough, the germs that are making them sick are expelled into the air in tiny droplets. If these droplets get onto your hands, and then you touch your mouth, eyes or nose without washing away the germs, you carry the infection. You can also get sick if you don’t wash your hands before and after preparing food, after handling raw meat, and after using the toilet.

Washing your hands not only prevents you from getting sick, but it also reduces the risk of infecting others. If you don’t wash your hands properly before coming into contact with others, you can infect them with the germs on your hands. Other people can also get sick from the germs unwashed hands leave on shared objects like doorknobs, keyboards, and other equipment in the home or workplace.

How Hand Washing Reduces Health Risks

Hand-to-hand contact can spread mild conditions, such as the common cold, but also more severe or life-threatening diseases. Infectious diseases are a particular risk to the very young, the elderly, those with a pre-existing disease, and people with a compromised immune system, such as those with HIV or AIDS.

Proper Methods of Hand Washing

Although hand washing might seem like a simple task, you should follow these steps to thoroughly rid your hands of germs.

Using Soap

  • Wash your hands frequently with soap and water for at least 20 seconds. Alcohol-based hand cleansers are useful when soap and water are not available. In most cases antibacterial soap is not necessary for safe, effective hand hygiene.
  • Remove any hand or arm jewellery you may be wearing and wet your hands with warm water. Add regular soap and rub your hands together, ensuring you have lathered all surfaces for at least 15 seconds. How long is 15 seconds? The length of time it takes to sing Happy Birthday.
  • Wash the front and back of your hands, as well as between your fingers and under your nails.
  • Rinse your hands well under warm running water, using a rubbing motion.
  • Wipe and dry your hands gently with a paper towel or a clean towel. Drying them vigorously can damage the skin.
  • Turn off the tap using the paper towel so that you do not re-contaminate your hands. When using a public bathroom, use the same paper towel to open the door when you leave.
  • If skin dryness is a problem, use a moisturizing lotion.

If you have sensitive skin or are in a position where you must wash your hands constantly (as a healthcare worker must), you might want to use an alcohol-based hand rub instead.

Using Alcohol-based Hand Rubs

  • An alcohol-based hand rub can be used if soap and water are not available.
  • If your hands are visibly soiled, it is best to use soap and water. If it’s not possible to wash with soap and water, use towelettes to remove the soil, then use an alcohol-based hand rub.
  • Use hand rubs according to the manufacturer’s instructions. Make sure your hands are dry, as wet hands will dilute the product.
  • Use enough product to cover all the surfaces of your hands and fingers.
  • Rub your hands together until the product has evaporated. If dry skin is a problem, use a moisturizing lotion.

Minimizing Your Risks

Here are further steps you can take to protect yourself and your family.

  • Wash your hands often, especially after coughing, sneezing or using tissues, before and after eating, before preparing food, after handling raw meat, after petting an animal, and after using the bathroom.
  • When you cough or sneeze, use a tissue or raise your arm up to your face and aim for your sleeve. Do not sneeze into your hand. Throw away tissues as soon as you use them
  • Keep the surface areas in your home and office free of germs by cleaning them. Doorknobs, light switches, telephones, and keyboards are especially important to keep clean.
  • If you have children, teach them good hygiene and how to wash their hands properly. Young children should be supervised while washing their hands.
  • If you use bar soap, keep it in a self-draining holder that can be cleaned thoroughly before a new bar is added.
  • Don’t use a single damp cloth to wash a group of children’s hands.
  • Don’t use a standing basin of water to rinse your hands.
  • Don’t use a common hand towel.
  • Don’t use sponges or non-disposable cleaning cloths unless you change them daily and launder them using detergent. Germs thrive on moist surfaces.

Government of Canada’s Role

The Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC) publishes infection control guidelines for use by the provinces, territories, and healthcare organizations.

Working with the provinces and territorial governments, non-governmental organizations and health care providers, PHAC develops evidence-based national standards and policies, promotes the exchange of information, and engages in disease prevention and promotion activities.

 

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Glycerol/Glycerine

Mild skin cleanser.

Available in pails and drums.

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GoJo Cherry Gel Pumice 5000mL (2 per case)

Refill for GoJo 7500-01 Dispenser

Gel-style heavy duty hand cleaner with cherry fragrance and pumice scrubbers quickly cleans heavy dirt, grease and oil.  pH balanced to promote skin comfort. Provides a quick, easy and complete rinse that leaves skin feeling refreshed.

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GOJO® PRO™ TDX™ 5000 mL Refill

  • Quickly cleans dirt, grease and oil
  • Leaves skin feeling refreshed
  • Pleasant cherry fragrance
  • Heavy Duty Gel
  • VOC & NPE Free

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Hydrogen Peroxide

Mild skin cleanser.

Available in pails, drums, totes, or tankers. USP or technical grade and various concentrations from 3%-50%

Note: A government declaration of use form is required for purchases over 25% concentration.

 

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NICE N FRESH LAVENDER

All purpose cleaner with a pleasant lavender scent.

Excellent hard surface cleaner. Enjoy a long lasting fresh lavender fragrance while you clean. Great for floors and other surfaces where a bright, shiny, streak free surface is desired.

• Safe to use on all surfaces not harmed by water
• Freshens and perfumes the air
• No rinsing required
• Economical to use
• Phosphate free

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