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Toxicity of Sanitizers/Commercial Cleaners
David Allen
Posted: Thursday, November 10, 2011 5:01 PM
Joined: 5/18/2011
Posts: 2

Have small plant, 4,000 gpd that receives wastewater from a McDonald's and a truck stop.  Continue to see upsets which can result in high effluent TSS levels.  It is a It seems to be related to something they are using either in the McDoanlds or the truck stop.  Anyone had any experience with troclosene toxicity or toxicity from cleaners/sanitizers used at a restaurant?