Odour Neutraliser Products
|Accepta 2709||Cherry||Active against an array of sulphur & nitrogen-containing compounds|
|Accepta 2711||Citrus||Active against an array of sulphur & nitrogen-containing compounds|
|Accepta 2712||Fresh||Active against an array of sulphur & nitrogen-containing compounds|
|Accepta 2708||Lavender||Active against an array of sulphur & nitrogen-containing compounds|
|Accepta 2707||Unscented||Active against an array of sulphur & nitrogen-containing compounds|
|Accepta 2710||Wild Herb||Active against an array of sulphur & nitrogen-containing compounds|
Odour Neutraliser Dispersal Units
Using our atomizing and fogging units Accepta’s odour control chemicals can be dispersed easily over a wide area. This is especially useful in the treatment of waste on landfill or in waste sorting warehouses where noxious gasses can build up, using the odour neutraliser chemicals gasses such as sulphur dioxide, ammonia and many more can be neutralised quickly to aid in a safe environment for operators.
Accepta Odour Neutralizers are effective against Bio-aerosols, kill bacteria AND make a fantastic multipurpose cleaner which can be used to clean cabs, waste bays and floors. The below is taken from an article highlighting the dangers of Bio-aerosols and advice on how to implement measures to protect your workforce.
How safe are Operators from Bio-aerosols?
Bio-aerosols are fast becoming a real concern in waste management environments. Many research studies confirm high exposure levels in the waste sector and as a result the HSE are looking closely at the risk to workers health. The question is, what can site management do to improve the situation and protect their workers from the damaging adverse health effects causing by Bio-aerosols?
Bio-Aerosols are formed when biologic material from organic matter becomes airborne leading to both bacteria and fungi being present in the breathable atmosphere. In 2009 a research programme funded by the British Occupational Hygiene Society enabled a complete study of Operator environments with a focus on the cab. The study concluded that in general, cab cleanliness and filter maintenance was poor (only half the vehicles surveyed had a maintenance schedule in place) and even though there were high levels of Bio-aerosols found, very few workers wore RPE (respiratory protective equipment) as they perceived the environment to be safe.
The study produced several areas of improvement to reduce the risk of adverse health effects and improve worker safety:
- Regular thorough cleaning of the inside of the cab
- Ensure vehicles filtration system is of an adequate specification and cleaned regularly
- Keep doors and windows closed and exit and enter vehicles outside of the operational area
- Implement cleaning and maintenance schedules, document, report and review
Accepta’s range of odour control chemicals are sold to customers around the world for a whole range of applications, to enquire about odour neutraliser chemicals for your site contact us today.