Iran makes herbal-based liquid disinfectant

TEHRAN (ISNA)- Iranian researchers have built herbal-based liquid disinfectant which is made up of two plants and can be used to disinfect hospitals, aviculture sites, food industries and agricultural industries.

The product does not contain acid, fungicides and microbes, but can be used for cleaning hospitals, and to be used instead of chlorine in drinking water.

The farmers can clean the soil with the product. It can be used in milk as preservative.

Iran has imported the raw material of the product from Uzbekistan for the first time.

The home-made liquid disinfectant has been approved by Iranian Health Ministry.

By ISNA

 

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