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Synonyms for disinfectant

Synonyms for disinfectant

an agent (as heat or radiation or a chemical) that destroys microorganisms that might carry disease

preventing infection by inhibiting the growth or action of microorganisms

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The report assesses the progress, innovations and growthin the antiseptic and disinfectant industry.
Contract notice: Purchase a variety of disinfectants.
Browse 73 Tables and 116 Figures spread through 164 Pages and in-depth TOC on "Surface Disinfectant Market"
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Preliminary results achieved in performance tests conducted with the active botanical compounds in this proprietary natural disinfectant indicate a very positive fit with our biodegradable and bamboo fiber technology materials," says Philip Rundle, CEO of Green Inno-vations.
There are a number of things to consider when choosing a surface disinfectant.
Municipal water systems add disinfectant chemicals such as chlorine to the water.
Thoroughly wet contaminated areas with a bleach solution or household disinfectant.
Disinfectant exposure can happen in other industries, as well, including recreation-related jobs such as lifeguarding (where workers may be responsible for chlorinating the pool) and cleaning, manufacturing, and service jobs.
is an EPA-registered, nontoxic disinfectant cleaner for use in healthcare settings.
Outbreaks of respiratory disease occurred in spite of disinfectant treatment of the waters or fluids to reduce the number of microorganisms.
This will incur significant cost to disinfectant manufacturers and, as a result, it is thought fewer disinfectants will be supplied.
US dominated global antiseptic and disinfectant market in 2010, with a 41% share
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