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Micro-Aid helps control odors


April 29, 2008
By micro-aid

Micro-Aid liquid has been
university researched and commercially proven as being extremely
effective in controlling noxious odors and accelerating animal waste
breakdown, according to its manufacturer, Distributors Processing Inc.

Micro-Aid liquid has been university researched and commercially proven as being extremely effective in controlling noxious odors and accelerating animal waste breakdown, according to its manufacturer, Distributors Processing Inc.

    It controls ammonia and hydrogen sulfide in noxious odors and accelerates waste breakdown in pits, waste ponds and lagoons, and in indoor/outdoor livestock pens and corrals.

    Tests show that Micro-Aid keeps waste smelling like fresh manure, far less oppressive than the odors that draw complaints. An animal waste management program that includes regular applications will keep the waste from forming a heavy sludge or encrusted pond.

    Micro-Aid is safe, and is mentioned by name in EPA/OSHA operations manuals as an effective odor control method. It can be used in complete safety since it is non-toxic to warm-blooded animals when used as directed.

    In pits, four ounces of Micro-Aid liquid is added per 100 cubic feet of sludge per week. It can also be mixed with water and dispersed over an area. The suggested dilution rate is one part Micro-Aid to five parts water.

    In waste ponds and lagoons, six ounces of Mirco-Aid is added per 1000 square feet of pond surface. In pens and corrals, six ounces of the liquid should be mixed per 1,000 square feet of pen surface.

    www.micro-aid.com


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