Mitigating odors and breaking down waste in units is critical to keeping customers happy and getting repeat business. Blue is the go-to chemical for treating tanks, and it comes in multiple forms. But which one is best? You could potentially ask three different portable restroom operators and get three different answers. If you need help choosing, take a look at this infographic to learn more about your options.
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The most widely recognized type of blue is the liquid form. It comes in pails, drums and totes and is poured into tanks. Generally, 1-3 ounces are needed per 5 gallons of fresh water, but the amount may vary depending on the manufacturer’s dilutions and formulas.
Single-use deodorizing packets dissolve when added to tanks, releasing the blue. A single packet is needed per 5 gallons of fresh water.
Single-use deodorizing tabs are a solid form of blue that dissolves when added to tanks. A single tab is needed per 5 gallons of fresh water.
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