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Thetford Eco-Smart Holding Tank Deodorants

Thetford Eco-Smart Holding Tank Deodorants

Description

The Thetford Eco-Smart Holding Tank Deodorants quickly break down waste and tissue to prevent messy clogs.

Features

  • Control odors and help decrease waste materials
  • Not harmful to humans or riparian and aquatic species
  • Biologically based and non-toxic
List Price
$22.99
Your Price
$13.29
In Stock

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Details

EcoLogo is North America's oldest, most recognized and respected environmental standard and certification organization. It is the only standard accredited by the Global Eco-Labeling Network that meets the international standard for environmental labels. To meet stringent EcoLogo criteria, a holding tank additive must:

  • Control odors and help decrease waste materials
  • Be biologically based and non-toxic
  • Not harm humans or riparian and aquatic species
  • Not accumulate in the environment
  • Have limited surfactants that biodegrade


Features:

  • Quickly breaks down and liquefies waste and tissue to prevent messy clogs
  • Natural enzymatic deodorizer
  • Detergent additive keeps tanks clean
  • Non-staining orange dye washes clean with soap and water
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