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topic 9174

Bioremediating Sodium hypochlorite



Quest: Any bio-remediating Substance that can treat Sodium hypochlorite? please reply at your earliest convenience.


- Sydney, NSW, Australia


I don't know why bioremediation would be necessary. Sodium Hypochlorite is extremely reactive in sunlight and decomposes very readily. That's why household bleach is sold in opaque containers. A little ultraviolet light from the sun would do it.

Daryl Spindler
- Nashville, Tennessee

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