At a time when Coronavirus has created severe shortages in availability of bleach, this has been felt strongly across all industry, from processing and manufacturing, to government institutions, retail, cleaning services, care facilities and municipal water treatment.
The on-site generation of sodium hypochlorite, which is commonly referred to as bleach, is an easy and cost-effective way to protect the continuity of your operations. By using three commonly available consumables - food grade salt, water and electricity – you can generate bleach as needed, without having to rely on deliveries of disinfectants that are currently in limited supply.
Generation on-site offers significant advantages for the environment – the amount of plastic and other storage systems is minimized, and the carbon dioxide footprint is significantly reduced with the associated reductions in transportation and storage requirements that come with generating the hypochlorite you need at any particular time.
As a responsible leader in the field of electrochemistry, De Nora has been working closely with partners and customers to offer solutions for the expansion of capacity and decentralisation of hypochlorite production to meet varied needs through our Together We Care program.