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 DOSAGES:

100g first time treatment: this dosage must be used the first time a pit toilet or septic tank is treated, whether it is smelly or full or not. This treatment will get rid of the smells and start the process of digesting the waste.

25g monthly maintenance treatment: this dosage will keep the smells away and the level of the waste down.

These dosages are sufficient to treat toilets which are used by up to 8 people per day. If more people use the toilet then the dose must be increased accordingly. See the chart below for when more than 8 people use the toilet.

First Treatment:

1 x 100g or 4 x 25g Bio-Activator treatments must be used. First add at least 100 liters of water (tap, river, borehole or even bath water) to the pit before it is treated. The more water the better.

Activate the treatment in 20 liters of clean water (see activating instructions below) and pour it over the exposed waste in the pit.

If there is still a smell after 24 hours then it could be the chemicals or the rubbish in the pit which is preventing the treatment from working. Pour another 100 liters of water into the pit and monitor the smell for another 24 hours.

If the smell is still there then the pit must be treated with a 25g treatment to fix the problem. With each treatment it is important to add 100 liters of water or more to the pit before adding the activated treatment and add water again 24 hours later if the smell is still there.

When the smell has gone then you know that the treatment is working.

In the case of septic tanks it is not necessary to add any additional water and the activated treatment can simply be flushed down the toilet.

Follow-Up Treatment:

One week after the first treatment the toilet must be dosed with 1 x 25g Bio-Activator treatment. First add at least 100 liters of water (tap, river, borehole or even bath water) to the pit before it is treated. The more water the better.

Activate the treatment in 20 liters of clean water (see activating instructions below) and pour it over the exposed waste in the pit.

Monthly Maintenance Treatments:

1 x 25g Bio-Activator treatment must be used every month after the follow-up treatment to keep the smells away and to prevent the human waste from building up. First add 100 liters of water into the pit before pouring in the activated treatment.

The users of the toilet should not add anything foreign into the toilet. Baby nappies, sanitary towels, etc. should rather be disposed of elsewhere.

In the case of septic tanks it is not necessary to add any additional water and the activated treatment can simply be flushed down the toilet.

Activation:

Mix the contents of the packet/s in a bucket with 20 liters ordinary (cold) tap water, or any water from a river, dam or borehole. Make sure that there are no chemicals (bleach or other cleaning solutions) in the bucket before the water is added. Stir frequently and let the mixture stand for 60 minutes to activate. Pour it over as much of the exposed waste as possible. In a septic tank the activated mixture can simply be flushed down the toilet.

It is important to remember that the Bio-Activator will only work where it comes into contact with the waste through the medium of the water.

What to do when treating pit toilets and water is scarce:

In areas where water is too far away or it is scarce then the following can be done to compensate:

-    Bath water can be used to wet the pit.

-    Add as much water as available before pouring in the activated Bio-Activator.

-    After treating with Bio-Activator add at least one bucket of water every day for the next 7 days.

It is important that the Bio-Activator treatments must still be activated in clean water, so do not use bath or any other dirty water which may contain any chemicals.

Dosing guide:

Here is a handy guide for working out the number of treatments needed for a pit toilet or septic tank according to the number of users:       

                                                          First time treatment                   Maintenance treatment per month

Number of people                         Dosage                                         Dosage  

up to 8                                              100g                                              25g

9 - 10                                                1 x 100g plus 1 x 25g                 2 x 25g

11 - 12                                              1 x 100g plus 2 x 25g                 2 x 25g

13 - 14                                              1 x 100g plus 3 x 25g                 2 x 25g

15 - 16                                              2 x 100g                                        2 x 25g

17 - 18                                              2 x 100g plus 1 x 25g                 3 x 25g

19 - 20                                              2 x 100g plus 2 x 25g                 3 x 25g

21 - 22                                              2 x 100g plus 3 x 25g                 3 x 25g

23 - 24                                              3 x 100g                                        3 x 25g

 

The treatment of multiple toilets on a trench (pit toilets):

In the case of schools, churches or clinics where a number of toilets are on a common trench then the above table does not apply. The following guide should be applied for dosing:

First treatment:

When treating multiple toilets on a trench, each seat (toilet) must be treated as an individual toilet for the best results. For example if there are 6 toilets on a trench, then the first treatment must be 6 x 100g Bio-Activator treatments. The trench must be filled with as much water as possible before the activated treatments are added.

Follow-Up Treatment:

One week after the first treatment the toilet must be dosed with 1 X 25g Bio-Activator treatment for each toilet on the trench. First add as much water as possible to the trench before it is treated. The more water the better. The contents of a number of packets can be combined in one bucket of water for activation as long as the trench is sufficiently drenched with water and the activated Bio-Activator is poured evenly into each toilet.

Monthly Maintenance Treatments:

The toilet must be dosed with 1 x 25g Bio-Activator treatment for each toilet on the trench every month after the follow-up treatment. The contents of a number of packets can be combined in one bucket of water for activation as long as the trench is sufficiently drenched with water and the activated Bio-Activator is poured evenly into each toilet.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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