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Government of Alberta – Royal Tyrrell Museum

Odor emissions from this system had resulted in complaints from the neighboring community for a substantial period of time. In an effort to resolve the problem, several treatment methods had been incorporated into the system but none provided a result.

In June of 1999, EcoChem evaluated the problems and treatment began in July 1999, CBPA Anti-Pollutant Bio-Stimulant was injected up stream from the first lift station at a rate of 3 PPM. Odor was eliminated in three days and system functionality was restored within two weeks. In August, 1999, the injection rate was reduced to 2 PPM and is currently maintained at that level. The system is continually monitored and as of March 1, 2000, no odor had been detected and no complaints had been recorded.

(Original document is on file at EcoChem)

Thank you for providing me with samples of CBPA for use in our hog barn. Over a one week time period and after three applications of CBPA the barn is free of hog manure odor. Prior to using CBPA the ammonia inside the barn made it difficult to breathe and it was necessary to wear a mask when working in the barn even with the doors open. CBPA has changed all that and we can now carry on our work in a relatively clean environment.

There is no doubt that we will continue to use CBPA.

Lisa Ell
Ell Hog Farm
Craigmile, Alberta

(Original document is on file at EcoChem)

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From: John
To: EcoChem
Sent: Tuesday, June 03, 2008 6:55 AM
Just wanted to let you know that I think your products are fantastic...I cant believe how healthy all my plants are.  I had a dogwood tree that was pale green and all the leaves were brown on the ends and it just would not grow. I put your product on it and now the leaves are dark green and shiny and it has about 5" of new growth on it already.
 Also, I almost took out a rose bush this spring that was really hurting for several years and especially after this past  winter it was almost dead......I put the FVR on it and it came back now has a ton of new growth and blooms. 
I had some sick looking house plants as well that I had for years and now  after putting the FVR on them they are all thriving.
Do you have any natural products for lawn pests...such as sod webworms?  They attack my lawn every June and July.  If so please let me know.
I told my neighbors about your products and now they are going to try them as well.

(Original document is on file at EcoChem)

----- Original Message -----
From: KevinMontague
To: EcoChem
Sent: Saturday, May 03, 2008 6:05 PM
Subject: Re: EcoChem Secure Online Order

Hi Judy,

Thanks for the quick reply.

Just so you know, I use the Humic Acid Plus on my gardens. Ever since I started treating the property with the Humic Acid, you should see how healthy many of my plants now look, not to mention my aloe vera plants which were once very sick.

You offer a great product for the money. My plants always smile when the EcoChem Humic Acid bottle comes out of the garden shed when my cousin whose been my caregiver over the years goes to water the gardens.

The trace mineral content not only stopped the disease process of two plants, which were always sick on my property, but cut back on the fungal growth on other bushes, as their immunity was greatly boosted using your product. Thanks again for such a lovely product. I'm looking forward to delivery of on the current order.

Kevin F. Montague

(Original document is on file at EcoChem)

----- Original Message -----

From: Leigha ..........
Sent: Tuesday, April 08, 2008 8:50 AM
Subject: Fwd: products

Dear EcoChem,

We would just like to take a moment to tell you how much we like your sump and septic tank enzyme products.  Before we started using your products we were calling out pump companies to empty the septic tanks and sumps regularly.  Each time we did this it was costing thousands of dollars.  Now after using your products the times we have to call a pump company is rare and we have seen a substantial savings.  We will continue to use your products for a long time to come.

Thank you,

Captain ...........
..... County Fire Department 


(Original document is on file at EcoChem)

During the last six months of this year, we have witnessed a marked change on the effects of the chemicals we apply to garbage brought to the Transfer Station. During this period we have used CBPA exclusively to treat foul odor and other harmful effects of garbage.

The results have been remarkable. Soon after the application of CBPA, foul odor is neutralized without the pungent odor usually associated with the other chemicals. It takes anywhere from two (2) to the (10 ) minutes after application, depending on the quality of garbage, before CBPA goes to work. Thereafter, no reapplication is necessary. Unlike the other chemicals which are dissipated gradually after application, CBPA has long-lasting and continuous effects.

Further, the residual foul odor usually left behind at the garbage facilities are better neutralized by CBPA. Flies and other insects are also better-controlled. Overall, the CBPA system seems to be getting better as the days go by.

For this reason, we believe in the continued use of CBPA for our garbage treatment needs at the South Transfer Station.

For you information and consideration:

Asst. Operations Manager
Metropolitan Manila Authority
Metro manila South Transfer Station

(Original document is on file at EcoChem)





Murphy Farms – Greenville NC 

This facility is a hog finishing operation made up of 6 hog houses and a 4 acre lagoon. The total hog population on this site is around 7,440 at any given time.

All 6 hog houses flush into the lagoon by way of flush gully ditches. The water used for flushing purposes is top skimmed from the lagoon and pumped back into tanks located at the end of each hog house. The tanks automatically flush every 6 hours flushing approximately 22,000 gallons of lagoon water together with the liquid and solid waste from 7,440 hogs ( approximately 60 cubic yards) into the lagoon every 24 hours.

Over a three year period odor emissions from this facility resulted in rising tension between citizens and operators of the facility. Over this same period numerous complaints had been filed with state and local authorities.

In early August, 1999 EcoChem evaluated the problems. The objective was to demonstrate the effectiveness of CBPA Anti-Pollutant Bio-Stimulant in eliminating or significantly reducing odor emissions. Treatment commenced on August 14, 1999. The hog houses were sprayed with CBPA Stock Solution (CBPA Anti-Pollutant Bio-Stimulant mixed with water at a rate or 1:200) applied at a rate of 1 litre of stock solution per 40 square feet. The result, no detectable odors and no flies present in the hog houses. In addition the animals appeared to be less stressed.

The surface of the lagoon was blanket sprayed with CBPA Stock Solution (CBPA Bio-Stimulant Anti-Pollution mixed with water at a rate of 1:100) The result, no detectable odors.

(Original document on file at EcoChem)

It's been a while, but I can honestly say that I like both CBCT and CBPA. CBCT did help with my cotton as there is no sign of any left after several months of composting, and CBPA did help with pet poop pile odors and miscellaneous small animal carcuses found around my property (birds, squirrels, rabbits).  I happily tell others about them both whenever the topics comes up.  It's hard to say which one I like more.

Thanks for making such great products!  And for answering so many questions back in February.

DAPS - Ravenel Center
Box 342805
Clemson University
Clemson, SC 29634-2805

(Original document is on file at EcoChem)

Over the past 15 months we have been able to reduce the amount of CBPA used for odor control in our hog barn. When we started using CBPA we were spraying the barn daily. We are now spraying every 5 to 7 days, depending on the number of sows in the barn. This eliminates the odor and rids the barn of flies.

CBPA is also working well in reducing bacteria. Before using CBPA we had to treat the navels of the newborn pigs with antiseptic to help ward off infections caused by bacteria on the floor etc. A short while after we began spraying the barn with CBPA we stopped using antiseptic. Although the number of animals is steadily increasing, we are not experiencing naval infections.

Lisa Ell
Ell Hog Farm
Craigmile, Alberta

(Original document is on file at EcoChem)

I visited the Chuck Stokes Lower Field site on Aug. 16th at all six houses and lagoon. There was no odor present at this visit. I walked around the entire site to make this observation.

On Aug. 17th my son, Thomas Forrest, and I revisited the site and there was still no odor from the site.

My property is approximately four thousand feet from this site. I have a bicentennial farm that dates from 1797 and am 76 years old, and have been plagued with odor for approximately three years.

It was my understanding that the Chuck Stokes Lower Field site had been treated with CBPA for odor on Aug. 14, 1999.

Roy T. Forrest

Ayden, NC

(Original document is on file at EcoChem)

UN body finds Manila landfill among best A TEAM from a United Nations body has just wound up its inspection of sanitary landfills in five developing countries in Asia, including the Philippines, finding these being operated in Manila the best among the block. Environment Undersecretary Ben Malayang III yesterday told reporters that this was disclosed to him by members of the five man team from the Economic and Social Cooperation for Asia-Pacific (Escap), now in the country. The team has recently visited Thailand, Sri Lanka, Malaysia and Brunei to evaluate the sanitary landfills being operated there. "(But) they (Escap team) found the San Mateo and Carmona landfills the best in terms of quality in their operations," Malayang said. "The landfills were the best they have seen so far." For one thing, he said, the Escap team noted the absence of foul odor in the two sanitary landfills located in Cavite* and Rizal.* Malayang stressed that the Escap team was now preparing a report of its findings. The two sanitary landfills now take in most of the garbage generated in Metro Manila every day, as the government moves to close down the operations of Payatas dumpsite in Quezon City by next month. Indeed, President Ramos last month gave the go-signal to expand San Mateo and Carmona landfill sites by five hectares each. Malayang said that the Department of Environment and Natural Resources has already recommended to the Presidential Task Force on Solid Waste Management that it come up with a presidential proclamation excluding 100 hectares of land from the Narikina Watershed reservation to be used for the expansion of the San Mateo landfill. Actually, he said only 50 hectares will be used to expand San Mateo landfill since the other half will be distributed to farmers participating in a DENR project in the watershed who will be displaced by this move. Malayang assured that the expanded areas, found in the southwest part of the watershed, is a flat area and "does contribute to the function of the watershed. The expansion of the two sanitary landfills was among the measures to be taken up by the government in the next two years to solve the garbage crisis in the metropolis. The Landfills referred to in this document are treated with CBPA Anti-Pollutant Bio-Stimulant (Original document is on file at EcoChem) Thank you for the samples of CBPA which you provided us for testing and evaluation at our Transfer Station. We conducted trials using CBPA from July l8, l993 to July 31, 1993 and are pleased to advise that we have found significant differences between your product and those we are using and/or have used in the past. As you will please find from the comparative tables attached, the tests indicate the suitability of your product for use in waste management activities. Aside from having the qualities/ attributes which have made us consider using the disinfectants we are now applying, some of the definite advantages we have observed are: its capability to control the foul smell of garbage with persistency and without the need for re-application; the tolerability of the product and/or apparent safety of the applicator' using the product; and its being more economical to use. In due course, we shall be endorsing your product to the Department of Environment and Natural Resources for their separate evaluation and concurrence to our using your product in our Waste Management activities. Thank you for your kind assistance and support. Very truly yours, R.U. Uranza Director III - Public Service Affairs (Original document is on file at EcoChem)

(Original document is on file at EcoChem)

Thank you for the sample of CBPA which you provided us for testing at our cattle operation. Our company has been in business for 6 years, managing about 300-400 cows imported form Australia. We utilize 3 big sewerage tanks for the management of solid waste to control the foul odor and storage of effluents. Our present system of sanitation is by:Washing down of previous day’s effluents with a pressure washer and spreading saw dust in the pen area.

We have found significant difference between CBPA and our conventional method of control. Some of the definite advantages we have observed are: its capability to control foul smells of manure, the apparent safety of the applicator of the product being organic which is non-toxic to animals and humans, and it’s being more economical to use.

In due time we shall be endorsing your product to the Cattleman’s Cooperative as well as to the Cattle Feedlot Assn. For their separate evaluation and concurrence in using your product in their waste management activities.

Once again, thank you for the sample that you provided.

Very truly yours,
Josel Escano
Escano Development Corp

(Original document is on file at EcoChem)

It's been 6 months since I last saw you. My small fertilizer plant has been in operation for over four months now. By using CBPA we were able to reduce the offensive odor to a level satisfactory to our neighbors as well as the city sanitary inspector. This solved our problem of reprimands and complaints.

Another benefit is the production of fertilizer that we use in our orchard. I am sending a kilo of sample with this letter. We are currently producing one ton per day.

One observation with hog manure is that it takes more than 30 days to attain the texture of chicken manure. As you know, I also make fertilizer from chicken manure.

This is all for now. I hope to hear from you. Best Regards.

Sincerely yours

(Original document is on file at EcoChem)

CBPA was very effective in removing foul odor being emitted during dumping, spreading, leveling and compacting of the solid wastes at the dumpsite. The control of flies and other insects was effectively obtained using CBPA. Furthermore, it has been observed that the decomposition of the biodegradable components of the solid wastes is very significant.

Cesar G, Ramirez
Executive Director
Office of the Mayor
Task Force Operation Clean and Green

(Original document is on file at EcoChem)

THIS IS TO CERTIFY that CBPA has been used at the City’s open dumpsite for about five (5) years and has greatly help the department to maintain the dumping area, a sanitized and no-foul odor area. CBPA has been very effective in the decomposition of bio-degradable garbage and the removal of foul-odor being emitted during leveling and compacting of the dumpsite.

City of Cavite
General Services Department

(Original document is on file at EcoChem)

----- Original Message -----

From: Shana
To: EcoChem
Sent: Wednesday, March 16, 2005 5:35 PM
Subject: CPBA

 I thought I ought to tell you how pleased I am with CPBA.  I run a horse boarding stable with between 45 and 50 head.  Needless to say, we have manure. We are also surrounded by large expensive homes and a Wal-mart across the street.  Since I have been using this product, the odor from my place is under control.  When we clean the corrals out, it can get very unpleasant, but when I spray each load with CPBA it stops the odor in seconds.  The compost piles work much faster and stay hot, our fly problems are much easier to keep under control.  Thanks for saving my business.

 Shauna H., Lindon, Ut

(Original document is on file at EcoChem)

Thank you for the sample of the CBPA which you provided us for testing at our poultry farm.

When we first started with only 1,000 head population in 1982, we were not bothered of chicken dung odor and presence of flies. But when we increased chicks population to 22,500 heads in 1994 we encountered a lot of environmental problems. The most serious problem that we have experienced was when our neighboring community started complaining of the foul odor and flies after harvest. Their complaints reached to the sanitary health office we were advised to remedy the situation, otherwise our business permit will not be renewed. Upon presenting our problem with one of our friends at the DENR office, he advised us to use snips granules which was very effective in killing flies, but the foul odor of the chicken dung still persist.

For several months we continued raising broiler chicks with persisting problems of foul odor and presence of ants, ticks & mites all around the poultry surroundings.

When you introduced to me the anti-pollutant product, CBPA we tried applying it in our farm I & farm II. A week of continuos application in our four (4) poultry houses we have noticed great changes. The presence of flies, ants & mites were greatly minimized and the foul odor of the chicken dung is no longer annoying.

Thank you very much for the sample that you have provided us. This would ultimately solve our environmental problem and most especially our problem with our neighbouring community who have been complaining of foul odor and presence of flies after harvest.

Truly Yours
Dionisio R Ababat
Ababat Poultry Farm

(Original document is on file at EcoChem)




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