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EESE, +44.51% today announced that it has received certification from the Environmental Protection Agency to produce registered biocides at its plant in Edmond, Oklahoma.
Tighter European Union rules on the environmental and human safety of biocidal active ingredients have been causing withdrawals of numerous biocides from the market.
The global biocide market has been mainly driven by the increased demand for water treatment across the globe.
In order to kill these organisms, the paints are typically formulated with biocides to make them last longer.
The three biocide treatments (Hg[Cl.sub.2], Na[N.sub.3] and a mixture of Hg[Cl.sub.2] and Na[N.sub.3]) were added to the soil solutions simultaneously with the [sup.14]C-[U]-glucose at final concentrations of 0, 50 and 500 [micro]M and 10mM, based on previous work (Fischer and Kuzyakov 2010).
More intriguing is the profound recalcitrance of bacteria to biocide treatments conferred by growth in this mode (31,32).
* Luanne Jeram, head of regulatory affairs and services North America in the Lanxess business unit Material Protection Products, expands on the future of biocides in paints and coatings.
Many hydraulic fracturing industry operators and service companies are engaged in research and activities to lower the quantity and reduce the toxicity of hydraulic fracturing chemicals, including biocides. One approach the HFR is currently exploring is the use of enzymes to degrade biofilms and thereby reduce or eliminate the use of biocides.
Besides that, the direct cost for combatting its existence alone causes billions of dollars, where some oil companies allocated minimum millions of dollars for the price of biocides alone [8].
At Fusion Technologies, scientists perform "kill studies" to determine the right biocide selection and dosing.