Subject: eco-safe sterilizing substitute for chlorox for dishwashing at camp site?
Date: Wed, April 3, 2013
To: Ken Adachi
Seeing the level of expertise on this site, I thought you might be able to point me to something that can be used to wash dishes and sanitize them at a camp site, yet won't kill the wildlife at the bottom end of the greywater system. Either a different chemical or an outside-the-box solution is welcome, and if it's cost-effective it's more likely to become a reality for us. We run a tiny non-profit.
Read the articles on MMS and CDS water. Chlorine dioxide is a gas which will knock down about every pathogen in the book, yet is completely harmless to humans and animals. It breaks down to table salt and carbon dioxide.
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