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540/UI-88-078
        Compendium o-f Acceptable
        Uses  (Use Index) -for the
        Rereg1stration of  Pesticide
        Products  Containing
        CHLORINATED ISOCYANURATES
        As the  Active Ingredient

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               EPA Compendium of Acceptable Uses

                    Chlorinated  Isocyanurates
           (ShauQhnessy Codes 081401, 081402, 081403,
               081404, 081405, 081406 & O81407)

                        Table of Contents              Pages

Dichloro-S-Triazinetroione	   1-  12

Cyanuric Acid	   13-  16

Potassium Dichloro-S-Triaz inetrione	   17-  54

Sodium Dichloro-S-Tri azinetroine.	   55-  98

Trichloro-S-Triaz inetrione	   99-154

(Mono(Trichloro)Tetra(MonopotasBium  Dichloro))
  Penta-S-Triazinetri one	  155-162

Sodium Dichloro-S-Tria2inetrione Dihydrate	  163-210

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                     EPA Compendium of Acceptable Uses

                         DICHLORO-S-TRIAZINETRIONE

                             TABLE OF CONTENTS

Site Name	Page

INDOOR                                                             2
(Agricultural Premises and Equipment)                              2
(Household)                                                        5
(Commercial and Industrial Uses)                                   6
  (Food and Feed Processing Plants)                                7
  (Eating Establishments)                                          9

Commercial, Industrial, and Institutional Premises and Equip-
 ment (Non-Medical)                                                6
Dairy Farm Milking Equipment                                       2
Dairy Farm Premises                                                4
Eating Establishment Equipment and Utensils                        9
Food Processing Equipment and Surfaces (Food Contact)              8
Food Processing Plant Premises                                     8
Household Premises and Contents                                    5
Meat Processing Equipment                                          8
Milk Processing Equipment                                          8
Milk Processing Plant Premises                                     9
 Issued:   9-04-86                  V-081401-i
 Provisional  Update:   3-25-88

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                                KFA Compendium ot Acceptaoie uses

'081401                             DICHLORO-S-TRIAZINETRIONE*

           TYPE PESTICTDF.!  Antimicrobial

           FORMULATIONS:
           G    (0.8%)
           SC/S (5%, 13%, 22%)

           PRESENTATION OF INFORMATION;  All final concentrations are expressed in
           parts per million  (ppm) available chlorine.  Concentrations are rounded to
           the nearest whole  number when the value is less than 1,000 and to the
           third significant  figure when the value is greater than 1,000.  Dilutions
           are the ratio of the weight of the product to be diluted to the weight of
           water in which the product is diluted.  The dilutions are rounded to the
           nearest whole number.  For the purpose of ppm available chlorine concentra-
           tion calculations, it  is assumed that 71 percent of the total weight of
           the dichloro-s-triazinetrione product is available chlorine.
           Definition of Terms:
           ppm avail. Cl - parts  per million available chlorine

           GENERAL WARNINGS AND LIMITATIONS:  This product is toxic to fish.  Do not
           discharge into lakes,  streams, ponds or public water unless in accordance
           with an NPDES permit.  Do not get in eyes, on skin or clothing.  Wear gog-
           gles or face shileds and rubber gloves when handling.  Avoid breathing
           dust.  Remove and  wash contaminated clothing before reuse.  May be fatal
           if swallowed.  For further information, contact the Regional Office of
           EPA.

           Triazinetriones are strong oxidants.  Fire may result from contact with
           heat, acids, organic or combustible matter.  Keep cover tightly closed.
           Store container in an  upright position in a cool place.  Do not mix with
           anything but water.  Mixing with ammonia, acid detergents, or acid toilet
           bowl cleaners causes release of hazardous gasses.

           Follow label directions for the disposal of the product container when
           empty.
           *dichloroisocyanuric  acid

           Issued:   9-04-86                  V-081401-1
           Provisional Update:   3-25-88

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0005JE
OOOOJF
70000A
1000JE
1000JF
1005JE
1005JF
2006JE
          Site.  Efficacy.
          Dosage and Formulation
INDOOR

(Agricultural Premises and Equipment)

Dairy Farm Milking
 Equipment
                                          Use Directions
          Issued:  9-04-86
                        General Instructions for Use;  The products regis-
                        tered in this site are for use on dairy farm milk-
                        ing equipment and utensils.  Products are used to
                        sanitize milking machines, milk cans, tanks,
                        lines, pails, inflations, teat cups, and similar
                        equipment.

                        Clean and rinse all equipment prior to sanitiza-
                        tion.  Deposits of milk solids will interfere with
                        sanitization, thus all contaminating milk residue
                        must be flushed from equipment and equipment sur-
                        faces prior to sanitization.  Activity of chemical
                        sanitizers may be adversely affected by ingredi-
                        ents in washing compounds and organic matter car-
                        ried over from the wash solution.  A rinse between
                        the cleaning and the sanitizing treatment is impor-
                        tant in maintaining the strength of the sanitizing
                        solution.  A one-step cleaner-sanitizer may be
                        used without prior cleaning.

                        Dilute product as directed to prepare sanitizing
                        solution.  Apply by circulation, immersion, wipe,
                        swab, brush, or spray.  Allow the solution to
                        drain and air dry.  Do not rinse the surface with
                        water after sanitizing as this may recontaminate
                        the surface.

                        Observe local regulations regarding contact time
                        of sanitizing solutions.  A 2 minute contact time
                        is stipulated by health departments that follow
                        the United States Public Health Service Ordinance
                        and Code.

                        Sanitizing solutions used on food contact equip-
                        ment and surfaces are regulated by the Food and
                        Drug Administration and Indirect Food Additives
                        under Title 21, Code of Federal Regulations, Sec-
                        tion 178.1010.  Solutions specified in this sec-
                        tion may be safely used on food contact equipment
                        and surfaces that are adequately drained before
                        contact with food.  The solutions may not exceed

                                 V-081401-2

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23
22
          Site. Efficacy,
          Dosage  and  Formulation
          Dairy  Farm Milking  Equipment  (continued)
                                        Use Directions
                                   specified  concentrations  (100 ppm available chlo-
                                   rine).

                                   Refer  to Appendix F  of  the Grade 'A' Pasteurized
                                   Milk Ordinance  - 1965 Recommendations of  the Unit-
                                   ed  States  Public Health Service for existing milk
                                   sanitization standards  and local milk sanitization
                                   regulations.
Sanitizer
  117-118 ppm avail.  Sanitization of precleaned equipment and utensils.
   Cl
  (5%, 22% SC/S)

Disinfectant

  235-236 ppm avail.  Disinfection and cleaning of equipment and uten-
   Cl                 sils.  Rinse with potable water.
  (5%, 22% SC/S)
           Issued:   9-04-86
                               V-081401-3

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DODOJF
Site. Efficacy.
Dosage and Formulation

Dairy Farm Premises
                                                    Use Directions
                                  General Instructions for Use:   The products regis-
                                  tered in this site are for use on floors, walls,
                                  and other non-food contact surfaces on Dairy Farm
                                  Premises.

                                  Product is diluted with water and applied by rag,
                                  swab, sponge, brush, sprayer,  or by immersion.
                                  Before sanitizer or disinfectant treatment, pre-
                                  clean and rinse all surfaces thoroughly.  Remove
                                  gross filth from surfaces prior to treatment with
                                  one-step cleaner-disinfectants.
                                                             /
                                  Non-food use limitation:  No food tolerance has
                                  been established for product.   Contamination of
                                  food or food animals by product residues is to be
                                  strictly avoided.  Follow non-food use procedures:

                                  1) Do not use in milking stalls, milking parlors,
                                  or milk houses (for phenolics, cresylic acid, and
                                  pine oils).
                                  2) Remove all animals and feed from premises, vehi-
                                  cles, and enclosures.
                                  3) Remove all litter and manure from floors,
                                  walls, and surfaces of barns, pens, stalls,
                                  chutes, and other facilities and fixtures occupied
                                  or traversed by animals.
                                  4) Empty all troughs, racks, and other feeding and
                                  watering appliances.
                                  5) Thoroughly clean all surfaces with soap or
                                  detergent and rinse with water.
                                  6) Saturate all surfaces with the recommended dis-
                                  infecting solution for a period of 10 minutes.
                                  7) Immerse all halters, ropes, and other types of
                                  equipment used in handling and restraining ani-
                                  mals, as well as forks, shovels, and scrapers used
                                  for removing litter and manure.
                                  8) Ventilate buildings, cars, boats, and other
                                  closed spaces.  Do not house livestock or employ
                                  treated equipment until product has been absorbed,
                                  set, or dried.
                                  9) Thoroughly scrub all treated feed racks, man-
                                  gers, troughs, automatic feeders, fountains, and
                                  waters with soap or detergent, and rinse with pot-
                                  able water before reuse.

                                  Refer to Dairy Farm Milking Equipment for effica-
                                  cy, dose, and use directions.
          Issued:  9-04-86
                                  V-081401-4

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           Site.  Efficacvt         	Use Directions	
           Dosage and Formulation

           (Household)

 iSOOOOA    Household Premises and
            Contents
                                   General Instructions for Use:  The product regis-
                                   tered in this site is for use in household prem-
                                   ises (i.e., walls, floors, fixtures) and contents
                                   (i.e., furnishings, equipment and other hard sur-
                                   faces).

                                   Preclean surfaces prior to treatment when requir-
                                   ed.  Dilute products as specified on labels.  Ap-
                                   ply by mop, wipe, scrub or spray.

                                   For mold/mildew control, preclean hard non-porous
                                   surfaces prior to treatment when required.  Apply
                                   by sponge, cloth, mop or spray.  Allow to dry.  Do
                                   not rinse.  Repeat periodically or when mold/
                                   mildew growth appears.

23           Sanitizer

               118 ppm avail. Cl   Sanitization of precleaned surfaces.  Use goggles
               (5% SC/S)           and respirator.

i22           Disinfectant

               235-236 ppm avail.  Disinfection of household premises.
                Cl
               (5% SC/S)
           Issued:  9-04-86                 V-081401-5

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70000A
          Site. Efficacy.
          Dosage and  Formulation
(Commercial and Industrial Uses)

Commercial. Industrial.
 and Institutional
 Premises and Equipment
 (Non-Medical)
                     EPA Compendium of Acceptable Uses

                        	              Use Directions
23
  Sanitizer
                                   General  Instructions  for Use:  The products  regis-
                                   tered in this  site  are  for  use on commercial,  in-
                                   dustrial,  institutional, and public  premises and
                                   equipment.

                                   This  site  includes  the  premises  and  equipment  of
                                   the following  areas:

                                   1)  Commercial  -  hotels, motels,  theaters,  office
                                   buildings,  airports,  bus stations, and  train ter-
                                   minals.
                                   2)  Industrial  -  factories,  mills, and industrial
                                   plants and areas.
                                   3)  Institutional -  schools, colleges, camps, corri-
                                   dors, offices, auditoriums, institutions,  and  asy-
                                   lums.
                                   4)  Public  areas  - public areas,  public  buildings,
                                   or  public  rooms.

                                   "Premises" is  defined to include:  ceilings,
                                   doors, doorknobs, fixtures, floors,  light
                                   switches,  stairs, walls, windows, and woodwork.

                                   Remove heavy surface  soil  or preclean surfaces
                                   prior to treatment  as indicated  by label  instruc-
                                   tions.  One-step cleaner-sanitizers  and cleaner-
                                   disinfectants  may be  used  without prior cleaning
                                   of  lightly or  moderately soiled  surfaces.   Dilute
                                   product according to  label directions.   Apply  prod-
                                   uct by mop, scrub,  sponge, spray, or automatic
                                   machine process. Wet surfaces  thoroughly.  Allow
                                   recommended contact time.   Drain surface or rinse
                                   with potable water  where required.
               117-118 ppm avail.   Sanitization of precleaned equipment and utensils.
                Cl
               (5%,  22% SC/S)
           Issued:   9-04-86
                                                                                           7
                                  V-081401-6

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          Site. Efficacy.         	Use Directions	
          Dosage and Formulation

          Commercial. Industrial, and Institutional Premises and Equipment (Non-
           Medical) (continued)
!2           Disinfectant
              235-236 ppm avail.  Disinfection and cleaning of equipment and uten-
               Cl                 sils.  Rinse with potable water.
              (5%, 22% SC/S)

            (Food and Feed Processing Plants)

            General Information;
            Equipment and food contact surfaces general instructions for use;  Thor-
            oughly clean and rinse equipment.  Sanitize immediately before equipment
            is to be used, or as specified by local regulations.  One-step sanitizer-
            cleaners and disinfectant-cleaners may be used without prior cleaning.
            Dilute product as directed.  Application may be by wet wipe, scrub,
            flood, flush, rinse, circulation, immersion, or spray methods.  Allow
            the solution to drain and air dry.  Do not rinse the surface with water
            after sanitizing as this will recontaminate the surface.

            Observe local regulations regarding contact period of the sanitizing
            solution.  A 2 minute contact time is stipulated by health departments
            that follow the United States Public Health Service Ordinance and Code.

            Sanitizing solutions are regulated by the Food and Drug Administration
            as Indirect Food Additives under Title 21, Code of Federal Regulations,
            Section 178.1010.  Solutions specified in this section may be safely
            used on food processing equipment within the prescribed conditions.
            Solutions may not exceed specified concentrations (100 ppm available
            chlorine).

            Premises (i.e.. floors, walls, and other non-food contact surfaces) gen-
            eral instructions for use;  Product dilutions may require a precleaning
            step before treatment.  Remove all particulate contamination.  Applica-
            tion may be by wiping, scrubbing, rinse, mop, or spray methods.  Allow
            recommended contact time.  Remove or carefully protect food products and
            food packaging materials before using quaternary ammonium products.
            Avoid contamination of food contact surfaces and food when applying pest-
            icide solutions.  Drain surfaces thoroughly.  Rinse with potable water
            where required.
          Issued:   9-04-86                 V-081401-7

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                               EPA Compendium of Acceptable Uses
 900JE
Site. Efficary,
Dosage and Formulation

Food Processing Equip-
 ment and Surfaces
 (Food Contact)
                                                    Use Directions
 1000JF
Food Processing Plant
 Premises
 1008JE
Meat Processing  Equip-
 ment
!3
'1005JE
  Sanitizer

     118 ppm avail.  Cl
     (5% SC/S)
Milk Processing  Equip-
 ment
          Issued:  9-04-86
                                  General Instructions for Use:  The products regis-
                                  tered in this site are for use on food processing
                                  equipment (i.e., blanchers, evaporators, fillers,
                                  tanks, vats, pipelines, valves, utensils, cutting
                                  boards, and other food contact surfaces).

                                  Refer to Dairy Farm Milking Equipment for effica-
                                  cy, dose, and use directions.
                                  General Instructions for Use;  The products regis-
                                  tered  in this site are for use on food processing
                                  plant  premises (i.e., floors, walls, and other non-
                                  food contact surfaces).

                                  Refer  to Dairy Farm Milking Equipment for effica-
                                  cy, dose, and use directions.
                                  General Instructions for Use:  The product regis-
                                  tered  in  this  site  is for use on food contact sur-
                                  faces  in  meat  processing plants (i.e., work
                                  tables, cutting block surfaces, saws, grinders,
                                  utensils, coolers,  cleavers, gambrels, carts,
                                  trays, racks,  trolleys, and  similar equipment or
                                  food contact surfaces in meat packing plants,
                                  slaughter houses, smoke houses, and meat process-
                                  ing plants).
                                  Sanitization of precleaned equipment by flowing,
                                  immersion, wiping or  scrubbing for at least 2 min-
                                  utes.  Then drain thoroughly and allow to air dry.
                         General  Instructions  for  Use;   The  products  regis-
                         tered  in this  site  are  for  use  in milk and dairy
                         processing  plants.  Included  in this  section are
                         products used  to  sanitize blanchers,  evaporators,
                         homogenizers,  holding tanks,  pipelines,  valves,
                         utensils, butter  starter  tanks, cheese processing
                         equipment and  utensils, and similar milk contact
                         equipment.

                         Refer  to Dairy Farm Milking Equipment for effica-
                         cy,  dose, and  use directions.

                                  V-081401-8

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          Site.  Efficacy.          	Use Directions	
          Dosage and Formulation

71J3.05JF    Milk Processing  Plant
            Premises
                                   General Instructions for Use:   The products regis-
                                   tered in this site are for use  in milk and dairy
                                   processing plant premises (i.e.,  floors,  walls,
                                   ceilings, and other non-food contact surfaces).

                                   Refer to Dairy Farm Milking Equipment for effica-
                                   cy,  dose, and use directions.

             (Eating Establishments)

72006JE    Eating Establishment
            Equipment and Utensils
                                   General Instructions for Use:   The products regis-
                                   tered in this site are for use  on equipment and
                                   utensils in eating establishments (i.e.,  restau-
                                   rants, taverns, bars, cafeterias, etc.) where food
                                   and  beverages are served.  Utensils include silver-
                                   ware, dishes, glassware, and similar cooking and
                                   eating utensils.  Equipment includes fixtures,
                                   stoves, sinks, and refrigerators.

                                   Sanitizers which are registered for use on food
                                   contact surfaces are required to be in compliance
                                   with the food additive regulations identified in
                                   Title 21 Code of Federal Regulations, Section
                                   178.1010, Sanitizing solutions.

                                   Sanitizer food contact surface  treatment  instruc-
                                   tions;
                                   1) Remove surface soils by scraping or flushing
                                   with water.
                                   2) Wash with a suitable detergent or cleaner.
                                   3) Rinse with potable water.
                                   4) Dilute product according to  label directions.
                                   5) Apply by immersion, flooding,  spraying, mop-
                                   ping, sponging, or wiping making sure to  wet all
                                   surfaces thoroughly.
                                   6) Allow for the specified contact time (at least
                                   2 minutes).
                                   7) Allow the use solution to drain and air dry.
                                   8) Do not rinse the surface with water after
                                   sanitizing as this will recontaminate the surface.

                                   Follow label instructions for products registered
                                   for  use on food contact surfaces which are disin-
                                   fectants.
           Issued:   9-04-86                 V-081401-9

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                     EPA Compendium of Acceptable Uses

Site. Efficacy.         	Use Directions	
Dosage and Formulation

Eating Establishment Equipment and Utensils (continued)

  Sanitizer

    116-118 ppm avail.  Sanitization of precleaned equipment and utensils.
     Cl
    (5%, 13% SC/S)
 Issued:   9-04-86                 V-081401-10

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                               EPA Compendium of Acceptable Uses

          Listing of Registered Pesticide Products by Formulation

100.8004   0.8% granular
            dichloro-s-triazinetrione (081401)                                 0.8%
              006466-00012*
                *jacket currently unavailable for review

J05.0015   5X soluble concentrate/solid
            dichloro-s-triazinetrione (081401)                                   5%
              008428-00008

)13.0015   13% soluble concentrate/solid
            dichloro-s-triazinetrione (081401)                                  13%
              004389-00013

022.0015   22% soluble concentrate/solid
            dichloro-s-triazinetrione (081401)                                  22%
              008428-00009
999999     State Label Registrations
             FL  Reg.  No.
              035227-04460    037939-09403    037939-09506

             CA  Reg.  No.
              037851-08312
           Issued:  9-04-86                 V-081401-11

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                     EPA Compendium of Acceptable Uses

                               CYANURIC ACID

                             TABLE OF CONTENTS

Site Name	Page

None.
 Issued:   9-04-86                 V-081402-i                               1 3
 Provisional Update:   3-25-88

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81402                                     CYANURIC ACID

         TYPE PESTICIDE:   None.

         FORMULATIONS:   (98% G)

         PRESENTATION OF INFORMATION;   See Auxiliary Documentation.
          Issued:  9-04-86                 V-081402-1
          Provisional Update:  3-25-88

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          Listing of Registered Pesticide Products by Formulation

J98.0004   98% granular
            cyanuric acid (081402)                                              98%
              008544-00003
J99999     State Label Registration

            CA Reg. No.
              011211-05429
           Issued:  9-04-86                 V-081402-2

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                     EPA Compendium of Acceptable Uses

                    POTASSIUM DICHLORO-S-TRIAZINETRIONE

                             TABLE OF CONTENTS

Site Name	Page

AQUATIC NONFOOD                                                   2
(Aquatic Sites)                                                   2
INDOOR                                                            8
(Animals and Their Man-Made Premises)                             8
(Agricultural Premises and Equipment)                             10
(Commercial and Industrial Uses)                                  17
  (Food and Feed Processing Plants)                               17
  (Eating Establishments)                                         25
  (Food Markets)                                                  27
(Domestic and Human Uses)                                         28
  (Bathrooms)                                                     28
  (Laundry)                                                       30
  (Refuse)                                                        31

Air Washer Water Systems                                          2
Bathroom Premises                                                 28
Beverage Processing Equipment                                     18
Beverage Processing Plant Premises                                18
Brewery Premises                                                  19
Brevery Processing Equipment                                      19
Commercial and Industrial Water Cooling Towers and Evapora-
 tive Condensers                                                  3
Commercial Egg Treatment                                          10
Dairy Equipment (Unspecified)                                     11
Dairy Farm Milking Equipment                                      13
Dairy Farm Premises                                               14
Eating Establishment Equipment and Utensils                       25
Eating Establishment Premises                                     26
Fish and Seafood Processing Equipment                             20
Food Dispensing Equipment                                         27
Food Processing Equipment and Surfaces (Food Contact)             20
Food Processing Plant Premises                                    21
Food Processing Water                                             4
Garbage Containers                                                31
Hatchery Equipment                                                8
Hatching Egg Treatment                                            9
Laundry (Hospital, Commercial, and Institutional)                 30
Laundry (Household)                                               30
Livestock  Premises and Equipment                                  15
Meat Processing Equipment                                         22
Meat Processing Plant Premises                                    22
Milk Processing Equipment                                         23
Milk Processing Plant Premises                                    23
Poultry House Premises and Equipment                              16
Poultry Processing Equipment                                      24
Poultry Processing Plant Premises                                 24
Swimming Pool Water                                                5
Toilet Bowls and Urinals                                          29
Issued:   9-04-86                 V-081403-i                                    7
Provisional  Update:   3-25-88                                                  I /

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                   POTASSIUM DICHLORO-S-TRIAZINETRIONE*

TYPE PESTICIDE:  Algaecide, Antimicrobial, Fungicide

FORMULATIONS:
Tech (99%, 100%)
FI   (40%)
G    (10%, 25.38%, 35.25%, 50.76%, 76.14%, 97%, 97.5%, 99%, 100%)
P/T  (41%, 60%, 99%)
WP   (0.3%, 0.8%, 0.85%)
SC/S (3%, 4.52%, 5%, 5.4%, 5.5%, 6%, 6.8%, 6.9%, 7%, 10%, 13.8%, 16%, 25%,
     28%, 31.48%, 33.9%, 40%, 60%, 100%)

PRESENTATION OF INFORMATION:  All final concentrations are expressed in
parts per million (ppm) available chlorine.  Concentrations are rounded to
the nearest whole number when the value is less than 1,000 and to the
third significant figure when the value is greated than 1,000.  Dilutions
are the ratio of the weight of the product to be diluted to the weight of
water in which the product is diluted.  The dilutions are rounded to the
nearest whole number.  For the purpose of ppm available chlorine concentra-
tion calculations, it  is assumed that 59 percent of the total weight of
the potassium dichloro-s-triazinetrione product is available chlorine.
Definition of Terms:
ppm avail. Cl - parts  per million available chlorine

GENERAL WARNINGS AND LIMITATIONS:  Triazinetriones are strong oxidants.
Fire may result from contact with heat, acids, organic or combustible mat-
ter.  Keep cover tightly closed.  Store container in an upright position
in a cool place.  Do not mix with anything but water.  Mixing with ammo-
nia, acid detergents,  or acid toilet bowl cleaners causes release of haz-
ardous gasses.

Read labels very carefully for specific warnings, human toxicity state-
ments, and environmental cautions.

Follow label directions for the disposal of the product container when
empty.

Environmental Hazard;  Potassium dichloro-s-triazinetrione is toxic to
fish.  Keep out of lakes, streams, ponds or public water unless in
accordance with NPDES  permit.  For guidance consult the regional office of
EPA.
*potassium dichloroisocyanurate

Issued:   9-04-86                 V-081403-1                                 1 8
Provisional Update:   3-25-88

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 ,5018MA
 ,5019MA
Site. Efficary,
Dosage and Formulation

AQUATIC NONPOOn

(Aquatic Sites)

Air Washer Water
 Systems
                                EPA Compendium of Acceptable Uses

                                    	Use Directions
                                   General Instructions for Use:   The product regis-
                                   tered for this site is intended to control the
                                   growth of slime-forming bacteria, fungi, and al-
                                   gae.

                                   Badly fouled systems must be cleaned by any suita-
                                   ble means before treatment is begun.  Make applica-
                                   tion at a point in the system where the chemical
                                   will be uniformly mixed.  Wfee* algal or microbial
                                   growth is noticed, an initial high concentration
                                   dosage is used and repeated until control is
                                   achieved.  When control is evident, a subsequent
                                   dosage of lower concentration is used to maintain
                                   control.  Should algae or slime become visible
                                   again, the initial slug dose should be used, fol-
                                   lowed by the maintenance procedure.
IBABAAA

TAFQBB

'KAAAAA
  Microbicide/microbistat

  Slime-forming  bacteria

  Slime-forming  fungi

  Algae
               13 ppm avail. Cl
               (99% G)
               9 ppm avail. Cl
               (99% G)
                         Initial  slug  treatment.   Use  3  ounces  of  product
                         per  1,000  gallons  of  water.   Repeat  initial  dosage
                         until  control is evident.

                         Subsequent slug  treatment.  When microbial control
                         is evident, use  2  ounces  of product  per  1,000  gal-
                         lons of  water.   Repeat  every  2  days  or as needed
                         to maintain the  recommended chlorine residual.
           Issued:  9-04-86
                                  V-081403-2

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                              EPA Compendium of Acceptable Uses

         Site. Efficacy.         	Use Directions	
         Dosage and Formulation

5019MA    Commercial and Indus-
          trial Water Cooling
          Towers and Evaporative
          Condensers;
                                 General Instructions for Use:  The products regis-
                                 tered for this site are intended to control the
                                 growth of slime-forming bacteria, fungi, and algae
                                 which impair the efficiency of the system.  Meth-
                                 ods of application may be slug feed treatment,
                                 intermittent feed treatment, or continuous feed
                                 treatment.

                                 Slug Feed Treatment - Treatment that involves addi-
                                 tion of a specified dose to the system at 1 time.
                                 Treatment may be repeated at intervals, usually
                                 once a day or less frequently.

                                 Intermittent Feed Treatment - Treatment that is on
                                 a  semi-continuous basis.  Provides a continuous
                                 dosage over a brief period and is repeated at stat-
                                 ed intervals.

                                 Continuous Feed Treatment - Treatment that is on
                                 an uninterrupted basis to provide a sustained con-
                                 centration.  Usually an initial slug dose is used
                                 to establish control prior to continuous treat-
                                 ment.

                                 When algal or microbial growth is noticed, an ini-
                                 tial high concentration dosage is used and repeat-
                                 ed until control is achieved.  When control is evi-
                                 dent, a subsequent dosage of lower concentration
                                 is used to maintain control.  Should algae or
                                 slime become visible again, the initial slug dose
                                 should be used, followed by the maintenance proce-
                                 dure.

                                 Badly fouled systems must be cleaned by any suita-
                                 ble means before treatment is begun.

                                 Products may be fed by drip-feed device, measuring
                                 container, or suitable chemical pump such as pro-
                                 portioning, variable speed positive displacement,
                                 or reciprocating types.  Manual additions may also
                                 be used.  Products should be fed at a location  in
                                 the system where they will be uniformly mixed and
                                 evenly distributed.

                                 Refer to Air Washer Water Systems  for efficacy,
                                 dose, and use directions.
          Issued:   9-04-86                  V-081403-3

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J5005MA
Site. Effirary.
Dosage and Formulation

Food Processing Water
                               EPA Compendium of Acceptable Uses

                                  	  Use Directions
22
  Disinfectant

     [MAI]
     332  ppm  avail.
     (31.48%  SC/L)
                              Cl
                                  General Instructions for Use;  The products regis-
                                  tered  in  this  site are  for use in food processing
                                  water  as  disinfectants.  Included in  this  site are
                                  products  used  to  treat  fruit wash water  and vegeta-
                                  ble wash  water.

                                  Add product  directly to the process water.  Apply
                                  by manual or automatic  methods.  Product direc-
                                  tions  may recommend use of a stock solution.  Add
                                  product to the system at a point of uniform mixing
                                  and distribution.

                                  When chlorine  products  are used to treat process
                                  water  systems, the levels of available chlorine
                                  should be regularly monitored.  Maintain the  rec-
                                  ommended  level of available chlorine  within the
                                  system.

                                  Apply  product  only as specified on the label  and
                                  technical data sheet.
Disinfection of fruit wash water and vegetable
wash water.  Before disinfection, remove bruised
and torn leaves of fruits and vegetables.  Do not
cut or peel fruits or vegetables before disinfect-
ing.  Wash thoroughly in a freshly prepared solu-
tion.  After washing, completely immerse the
fruits and vegetables for 10 minutes in another
freshly prepared solution.  Stir occasionally to
obtain thorough wetting.  After 10 minutes of im-
mersion, remove the fruits and vegetables from the
disinfectant solution and rinse thoroughly with
potable water.
Formulated with potassium iodine.
           Issued:   9-04-86
                                  V-081403-4

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                                EPA Compendium of Acceptable Uses
          Site.  Efficacy,
          Dosage and  Formulation

 5011MA    Swimming  Pool  Water
                  Use Directions
22           Disinfectant

KAAAAA       Algae

               0.9-4.4 ppm avail.
                Cl
               (97%, 99%, 100% G)
               (100% SC/S)
                                   General  Instructions for Use:   The products regis-
                                   tered for this site are intended to be used as dis-
                                   infectants and algaecides.   Treatment procedures
                                   for swimming pool water include initial treatment
                                   for newly filled pools, maintenance treatment,
                                   shock treatment, and winterizing treatment.  De-
                                   pending  upon label directions,  products may be
                                   used undiluted or dissolved in  water and poured
                                   along edge of the pool.

                                   Initial  Treatment.  For the initial treatment of
                                   newly filled pools with no visible algae or for
                                   pool start-up, 1 or more high doses are added un-
                                   til a residual of at least 2 ppm is established.

                                   Maintenance Treatment.   If treated pool water is
                                   recycled, the maintenance dose  is added every 5 to
                                   7 days to maintain a residual of 1 to 3 ppm.  If
                                   the pool water is not recycled  or filtered, it has
                                   to be tested periodically to determine the active
                                   ingredient content.  When necessary, a maintenance
                                   dose is  added to maintain a residual of 1 to 3
                                   ppm.  The frequency of treatment depends upon
                                   weather  conditions, bather load, and airborne con-
                                   taminants.

                                   Shock Treatment.  Shock treatment or booster appli-
                                   cations  should be made when there are visible al-
                                   gae, after a heavy rain or storm, or when there is
                                   a heavy bather load.  When treated for visible al-
                                   gae, vacuum pool after 24 hours to remove algal
                                   debris.   Shock treatment should be repeated until
                                   control  is evident.  Re-entry into the pool should
                                   be restricted until after the residual has fallen
                                   to 2 ppm.

                                   Winterizing Treatment.   Product is added to pool
                                   water to control the growth of algae during the
                                   winter months.  Add product prior to covering pool
                                   for the winter.
Initial pool water treatment.  Repeat daily until
a residual of 1.0 to 3.0 ppm is established.
May be formulated with alkyl*dimethyl benzyl ammo-
nium chloride alkyl (58% C14, 28% C16, 14% C12) or
trichloro-s-triazinetrione.
           Issued:  9-04-86
         V-081403-5

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                    EPA Compendium of Acceptable Uses

                        	Use Directions
Site. Efficary.         	
Dosage and Formulation

Svimmine Pool Water (continued)

    [MAI]
    0.9-1.9 ppm avail.
     Cl
    (25.38%, 50.76%,
     76.14% G)
      or
    1.8-1.9 ppm avail.
     Cl
    (60% P/T)
    (60% SC/S)

    0.5-1.3 ppm avail.  Maintenance pool water treatment.
     Cl                 May be formulated with alkyl*dimethyl benzyl ammo-
    (97%, 97.5%, 99%,   nium chloride *alkyl (58% C14, 28% C16, 14% C12)
     100% G)            or trichloro-s-triazinetrione.
    (100% SC/S)

    [MAI]
    0.4-0.9 ppm avail.
     Cl
    (25.38%, 50.76%,
     76.14% G)
      or
    0.9 ppm avail.  Cl
     (60% P/T)
     (60% SC/S)

    4.4-8.7 ppm avail.  Shock pool water treatment.
     Cl                 May be formulated with trichloro-s-triazinetrione.
     (99%, 100% G)
     (99% P/T)

     [MAI]
    0.7-1.4 ppm avail.
     Cl
     (25.38%, 50.76%,
     76.14%  G)
Issued:  9-04-86
                                 V-081403-6
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                     EPA Compendium of Acceptable Uses

Site. Efficacy         	Use Directions	
Dosage and Formulation

Swimming Pool Water (continued)

    0.4-1.7 ppm avail.  Pool water treatment.
     Cl
    (97%, 100% G)
    (99% P/T)
      or
    17.5 ppm
    (35.25% G)

    [MAI]               Wader or splasher pool water treatment.
    1.7-1.8 ppm avail.  Formulated with alkyl*dimethyl  benzyl  ammonium
     Cl                 chloride *alkyl (58% C14, 28% C16,  14% C12).
    (60% P/T)
    (60% SC/S)
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          Site. Efficacy.
          Dosage and Formulation

          INDOOR
          (Animals and Their Man-Made Premises')
                         uompenaium ot Acceptable uses

                         .	Use Directions
 J006GA
Hatchery Equipment
22
  Disinfectant

    440 ppm avail. Cl
    (10% SC/S)

    660 ppm avail. Cl
    (10% SC/S)
                                  General Instructions for Use:  The product regis-
                                  tered in this site is for use on hatchers, incuba-
                                  tors, brooders, setters, trays, buggies, and other
                                  hatchery surfaces.

                                  The product is diluted with water.  Application is
                                  by spray, wash, sponge, mop, brush, cloth, or auto-
                                  mated system.

                                  Non-food use limitation:  No food tolerance has
                                  been established for product.  Contamination of
                                  food or food animals by product residues is to be
                                  strictly avoided.  Follow non-food use procedures.

                                  1) Remove all poultry and feeds from premises,
                                  trucks, coops, and crates.
                                  2) Remove all litter and droppings from floors,
                                  walls, and surfaces of facilities occupied or
                                  traversed by poultry.
                                  3) Empty all troughs, racks, and other feeding and
                                  watering appliances.
                                  4) Thoroughly clean all surfaces with soap or
                                  detergent and rinse with water.
                                  5) Saturate surfaces with the recommended disin-
                                  fecting solution for a period of 10 minutes.
                                  6) Ventilate buildings, coops, and other closed
                                  spaces.  Do not house poultry or employ equipment
                                  until treatment has been absorbed, set, or dried.
                                  7) Thoroughly scrub treated feed racks, troughs,
                                  automatic feeders, fountains, and waterers with
                                  soap or detergent, and rinse with potable water
                                  before reuse.
                                  Disinfectant-cleaner for hard non-porous  surfaces.
                                   Disinfectant-cleaner  for  porous  and  hard-to-clean
                                   surfaces.
          Issued:  9-04-86
                                 V-081403-8
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                               EPA Compendium of  Acceptable  Uses
         Site. Efficacy,
         Dosage  and  Formulation

80040A    Hatching Egg  Treatment
                  Use Directions
            Sanitizer

              52 ppm avail.  Cl
              (5% SC/S)
              180-200 ppm avail,
               Cl
              (33.9% SC/S)
                                  General  Instructions  for Use:   The products  regis-
                                  tered in this site are used to sanitize hatching
                                  eggs to  reduce bacterial contamination.   For treat-
                                  ment of  eggs for human consumption, see Commercial
                                  Egg Treatment.

                                  Treat eggs  prior to incubation, soon after gather-
                                  ing.  Product directions may require prewashing
                                  the eggs.   Grossly soiled eggs should not be used
                                  for hatching.  Dilute product and apply by dip-
                                  ping, by spraying, or by cloth.  The temperature
                                  of the solution should be warmer than the eggs  to
                                  prevent  infusion of the product solution into the
                                  eggs.  A temperature  of 110 to 120 F (43.3 to 48.9
                                  C) is usually recommended.   A potable water  rinse
                                  is specified for some products.
Sanitization of hatching eggs.   Immerse eggs for 3
minutes, then allow to drain.   Do not wash more
than 3 dozen eggs per gallon of solution.

Sanitization of hatching eggs.
          Issued:   9-04-86
         V-081403-9

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                              EPA Compendium of Acceptable Uses
         Site. Effirary,
         Dosage and Formulation
         (Agricultural Premises and Equipment)
                                          Use Directions
80010A
Commercial
 ment
Egg Treat-
          Issued:   9-04-86
                        General Instructions for Use;  The products regis-
                        tered in this site are for use in cleaning and
                        sanitizing commercial eggs (i.e., eggs intended
                        for human consumption).  These products reduce bac-
                        teria on egg shell surfaces which cause spoilage
                        of fresh and storage eggs.

                        Single step method:  Product is used for cleaning
                        and sanitizing of eggs in one-step.

                        Two step method;  Procedure requires 2 steps:
                        1) the initial cleaning of eggs and gross reduc-
                        tion of bacteria, followed by 2) final sanitiza-
                        tion with a sanitizing rinse.  Products may be
                        cleaners and sanitizers or sanitizers only.  Clean-
                        ers and sanitizers are used in the first step or
                        in both steps.  Sanitizers are used only in the
                        final sanitizing step.

                        Eggs are treated by spray, dip, or immersion.
                        Label directions may specify use of product in
                        1) spray, tank-type, brush, oscillating, propel-
                        ler, airaction, automatic conveyor, or systemized
                        continuous washers; 2) basket or immersion wash-
                        ers; or 3) manual washing operations.  Follow manu-
                        facturer's instructions for use of products in spe-
                        cific washer units.  For  immersion washing, a 2 to
                        5 minute immersion of eggs is specified.  For egg
                        plants operating under United States Department of
                        Agriculture supervision,  immersion of eggs in
                        water is no longer permitted.

                        For federally inspected egg plants, operating un-
                        der the supervision of the United States Depart-
                        ment of Agriculture, follow the regulations of the
                        U.S.D.A. Egg Grading Branch for washing egg
                        shells.

                        U.S.D.A. recommended shell egg washing procedures:
                        1) Wash eggs promptly after gathering.
                        2) Do not try to clean excessively dirty eggs.
                        3) Water with an iron content in excess of 2 parts
                        per million should not be used.
                        4) Do not reuse wash water except when used in a
                        continuous type washer.
                        5) Wash water temperature to be 90 F  (32.2 C) or
                        higher.
                        6) Maintain wash water at a temperature 20 to 40 F
                        (11.1 to 22.2 C) warmer than the eggs.

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                              EPA Compendium of Acceptable Uses

         Site. Efficacvr         	Use Directions
         Dosage and Formulation

         Commercial Egg Treatment (continued)
                                 7) Spray rinse washed eggs with warm potable water
                                 containing an approved sanitizing compound.
                                 8) Eggs should be reasonably dry before casing or
                                 breaking.

                                 Observe specific product directions concerning re-
                                 quirements for product dilution, water tempera-
                                 ture, contact time, and potable water rinse.  A
                                 thorough potable water rinse should be specified
                                 after final sanitizing treatment of eggs with resi-
                                 dual sanitizer compound if eggs are to be immedi-
                                 ately broken for use in the manufacture of egg
                                 products.
           Sanitizer
             80-103 ppm avail.   Sanitization of precleaned eggs.
              Cl
             (5%, 5.4%, 25%,
              33.9% SC/S)

0005JE    Dairy Equipment (Unspe-
          cified)
                                 General Instructions for Use:  The products regis-
                                 tered  in  this site are for use on dairy equipment
                                 and dairy milk-contact surfaces.  Note:  Products
                                 were placed in this entry when the product label
                                 used the  term "dairy" without specifying dairy
                                 farm (milk production) and/or dairy plant (milk
                                 processing).

                                 Clean  and rinse all equipment prior to sanitiza-
                                 tion.  Deposits of milk solids will interfere with
                                 sanitization, thus all contaminating milk residue
                                 must be flushed from equipment and equipment sur-
                                 faces  prior to sanitization.  Activity of chemical
                                 sanitizers may be adversely affected by ingredi-
                                 ents in washing compounds and organic matter car-
                                 ried over from the wash solution.  A rinse between
                                 the cleaning and the sanitizing treatment is impor-
                                 tant in maintaining the strength of the sanitizing
                                 solution.  A one-step cleaner-sanitizer may be
                                 used without prior cleaning.

                                 Dilute product as directed to prepare sanitizing
                                 solutions.  Apply by circulation, immersion, wipe,
                                 swab,  brush, or spray.  Allow the solution to
                                 drain  and air dry.  Do not rinse the surface with
                                 water  after sanitizing as this will recontaminate
                                 the surface.


         Issued:  9-04-86                  V-081403-11
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                               EPA Compendium of  Acceptable  Uses

                                                    Use  Directions
Site. Efficacy,
Dosage and Formulation
         Dairy  Equipment  (Unspecified)  (continued)
                                  Observe local  regulations  regarding  contact  time
                                  of sanitizing  solutions.   A 2 minute contact time
                                  is stipulated  by health departments  that follow
                                  the United States Public Health Service Ordinance
                                  and Code.

                                  Sanitizing solutions used  on food contact equip-
                                  ment and surfaces are regulated by the  Food  and
                                  Drug Administration and Indirect Food Additives
                                  under Title 21,  Code of Federal Regulations,  Sec-
                                  tion 178.1010.   Solutions  specified  in  this  sec-
                                  tion may be safely used on food contact equipment
                                  and surfaces that are adequately drained before
                                  contact with food.   The solutions may not exceed
                                  specified concentrations (100 ppm available  chlo-
                                  rine) .

                                  Refer to appendix F of the Grade 'A1  Pasteurized
                                  Milk Ordinance - 1965 Recommendations of the Unit-
                                  ed States Public Health Service for  existing milk
                                  sanitization standards and local milk sanitization
                                  regulations.
!3
  Sanitizer
:2
:4
     100-112 ppm  avail.  Sanitization of precleaned equipment and utensils.
      Cl
     (6%,  6.9%, 13.8%
      SC/S)
      or
     221 ppm avail. Cl
     (40%  SC/S)

     192 ppm avail. Cl   Sanitizer-cleaner for equipment and utensils.
     (41%  P/T)

  Disinfectant
  Deodorizer

     593-597 ppm  avail.  Disinfectant-cleaner for equipment and utensils.
      Cl                 Rinse  treated  food contact surfaces with potable
     (6.9%, 13.8% SC/S)  water  before reuse.
          Issued:  9-04-86
                                  V-081403-12
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3
22
24
Site. Efficary,
Dosage and Formulation

Dairy Farm Milking
 Equipment
                               EPA Compendium of Acceptable Uses

                                  	Use Directions
  Sanitizer

    55 ppm avail. Cl
    (10% G)
      or
    100-101 ppm avail.
     Cl
    (4.52%, 16% SC/S)

  Disinfectant
  Deodorizer

    200-247 ppm avail.
     Cl
    (4.52%, 7% SC/S)
                                  General  Instructions for Use:   The  products  regis-
                                  tered in this site are for use on dairy farm milk-
                                  ing equipment and utensils.   Products  are  used to
                                  sanitize milking machines, milk cans,  tanks,
                                  lines,  pails, inflations, teat cups, and similar
                                  equipment.

                                  Refer to Dairy Equipment (Unspecified) for general
                                  instructions for use.
                                  Sanitization of precleaned equipment and utensils.
                                  Disinfection of precleaned equipment and utensils.
          Issued:  9-04-86
                                  V-081403-13
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JOOOA
Site. Effirary,
Dosage and Formulation

Dairy Farm Premises
                              EPA Compendium of Acceptable Uses

                                  	 Use Directions
           Sanitizer

             112 ppm avail. Cl
             (6% SC/S)
                                 General Instructions for Use;  The products regis-
                                 tered in this site are for use on floors, walls,
                                 and other non-food contact surfaces on Dairy Farm
                                 Premises.

                                 Product is diluted with water and applied by rag,
                                 swab, sponge, brush, sprayer, or by immersion.  Be-
                                 fore sanitizer or disinfectant treatment, preclean
                                 and rinse all surfaces thoroughly.  Remove gross
                                 filth from surfaces prior to treatment with one-
                                 step cleaner-disinfectants.

                                 Non-food use limitation:  No food tolerance has
                                 been established for product.  Contamination of
                                 food or food animals by product residues is to be
                                 strictly avoided.  Follow non-food use procedures:

                                 1) Do not use in milking stalls, milking parlors,
                                 or milk houses (for phenolics, cresylic acid, and
                                 pine oils).
                                 2) Remove all animals and feed from premises, vehi-
                                 cles, and enclosures.
                                 3) Remove all litter and manure from floors,
                                 walls, and surfaces of barns, pens, stalls,
                                 chutes, and other facilities and fixtures occupied
                                 or traversed by animals.
                                 4) Empty all troughs, racks, and other feeding and
                                 watering appliances.
                                 5) Thoroughly clean all surfaces with soap or
                                 detergent and rinse with water.
                                 6) Saturate all surfaces with the recommended dis-
                                 infecting solution for a period of 10 minutes.
                                 7) Immerse all halters, ropes, and other types of
                                 equipment used in handling and restraining ani-
                                 mals, as well as forks, shovels, and scrapers used
                                 for removing litter and manure.
                                 8) Ventilate buildings, barns, boats, and other
                                 closed spaces.  Do not house livestock or employ
                                 treated equipment until product has been absorbed,
                                 set, or dried.
                                 9) Thoroughly scrub all treated feed racks, man-
                                 gers, troughs, automatic feeders, fountains, and
                                 waters with soap or detergent, and rinse with pot-
                                 able water before reuse.
                         Sanitization of precleaned non-porous surfaces.
               or
         Issued:  9-04-86
                                  V-081403-14

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>4

fABQBB
52000JA
52000SA
          Site. Effirary,
          Dosage and Formal at inn
Dairy Farm Premises (continued)

    221 ppm avail. Cl
    (40% SC/S)

  Disinfectant
  Deodorizer
                     EPA Compendium of Acceptable Uses

                                	Use Directions
  Mold/mildew

    604 ppm avail. Cl
    (16% SC/S)

Livestock Premises and
 Equipment
                                  Disinfection, deodorization, and mold/mildew con-
                                  trol of precleaned surfaces.
                                  General Instructions for Use:  The products regis-
                                  tered  in this  site are for use on livestock prem-
                                  ises and equipment.  Livestock includes cattle,
                                  hogs,  sheep, horses, goats, and other food produc-
                                  ing animals.

                                  Refer  to Dairy Farm Premises for general  instruc-
                                  tions  for use.
22
  Disinfectant

    440 ppm avail.  Cl
    (10% SC/S)

    658 ppm avail.  Cl
    (10% SC/S)
                                  Disinfectant-cleaner for non-porous  surfaces.
                                  Disinfectant-cleaner  for porous and hard-to-clean
                                  surfaces.
          Issued:  9-04-86
                                  V-081403-15

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          Site.
                     EPA Compendium of Acceptable Uses

                          	Use Directions
ftOOOJA
55000GA
Dosage and Formulation

Poultry House Premises
 and Equipment
23
22
24
  Sanitizer

     221  ppm  avail.  Cl
     (10% SC/S)

  Disinfectant
  Deodorizer

     440  ppra  avail.  Cl
     (10% SC/S)
                                  General Instructions for Use:  The products regis-
                                  tered in this site are for use in poultry houses,
                                  including broiler, layer, and brooder houses,
                                  cages, coops, crates, feeding and watering equip-
                                  ment and other equipment found on these premises.

                                  Dilute product with water.  Apply by cloth, swab,
                                  sponge, brush, spray, or immersion.  Before sani-
                                  tizer or disinfectant treatment, preclean and
                                  rinse all surfaces thoroughly.  Remove gross filth
                                  from surfaces prior to treatment with one-step
                                  cleaner-disinfectants.

                                  Non-food use limitation:  No food tolerance has
                                  been established for product.  Contamination of
                                  food or food animals by product residues is to be
                                  strictly avoided.  Follow non-food use directions:

                                  1) Remove all poultry and feeds from premises,
                                  trucks, coops, and crates.
                                  2) Remove all litter and droppings from floors,
                                  walls, and surfaces of facilities occupied or
                                  traversed by poultry.
                                  3) Empty all troughs, racks, and other feeding and
                                  watering appliances.
                                  4) Thoroughly clean all surfaces with soap or
                                  detergent and rinse with water.
                                  5) Saturate surfaces with the recommended disin-
                                  fecting solution for a period of 10 minutes.
                                  6) Ventilate buildings, coops, and other closed
                                  spaces.  Do not house poultry or employ equipment
                                  until treatment has been absorbed, set, or dried.
                                  7) Thoroughly scrub treated feed racks, troughs,
                                  automatic feeders, fountains, and waterers with
                                  soap or detergent, and rinse with potable water
                                  before reuse.
                                   Sanitizer-cleaner  for  equipment.
                                   Disinfectant-cleaner  for  non-porous  surfaces.
          Issued:  9-04-86
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                     EPA Compendium of Acceptable Uses

Site. Efficacy.         	Use Directions	
Dosage and Formulation

Poultry House Premises and Equipment (continued)

    607-932 ppm avail.  Disinfectant-cleaner for porous or hard-to-clean
     Cl                 surfaces.
    (10% SC/S)

(Commercial and Industrial Uses)

  (Food and Feed Processing Plantsl

  General Information:
  Equipment and food contact surfaces general instructions for use:  Thor-
  oughly clean and rinse equipment.  Sanitize immediately before equipment
  is to be used, or as specified by local regulations.  One-step sanitizer-
  cleaners and disinfectant-cleaners may be used without prior cleaning.
  Dilute product as directed.  Application may be made by wet wipe, scrub,
  flood, flush, rinse, circulation, immersion, or spray methods.  Allow
  the solution to drain and air dry.  Do not rinse the surface with water
  after sanitizing as this will recontaminate the surface.

  Observe local regulations regarding contact period of the sanitizing
  solution.  A 2 minute contact time is stipulated by health departments
  that follow the United States Public Health Service Ordinance and Code.

  Sanitizing solutions are regulated by the Food and Drug Administration
  as Indirect Food Additives under Title 21, Code of Federal Regulations,
  Section 178.1010.  Solutions specified in this section may be safely
  used on food processing equipment within the prescribed conditions.  The
  solutions may not exceed specified concentrations (100 ppm available
  chlorine).

  Follow label instructions for products registered for use on food con-
  tact surfaces which are disinfectants.

  Premises (i.e.. floors, walls, and other non-food contact surfaces) gen-
  eral instructions for use:  Product directions may require a precleaning
  step before treatment.  Remove all particulate contamination.  Applica-
  tion may be by wipe, scrub, rinse, mop, or spray.  Allow recommended con-
  tact time.  Remove or carefully protect food products and food packaging
  materials before using quaternary ammonium products.  Avoid contamina-
  tion of food contact surfaces and food when applying pesticide solu-
  tions.  Drain surfaces thoroughly.  Rinse with potable water where re-
  quired.

  For mold/mildew control, preclean hard non-porous surfaces prior to
  treatment when required.  Apply by sponge, cloth, mop, or spray.  Allow
  to dry.  Do not rinse.  Repeat periodically or when mold/mildew growth
  appears.
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          Site. Efficacy.         	Use Directions
          Dosage and Formulation
 1019JE    Beverage Processing
           Equipment
                                  General Instructions for Use:  The products regis-
                                  tered  in this  site are for use on beverage process-
                                  ing equipment.  Beverage processing equipment  in-
                                  cludes utensils, tanks, vats, hoses, pipelines,
                                  fillers, capping, crowning, and bottling equipment
                                  and other beverage contact equipment used in bever-
                                  age, soft drink, carbonated beverage, and bottling
                                  plant  processing.  Included in this section are
                                  products intended for final sanitizing of beverage
                                  bottles, cans, and other containers.
 23          Sanitizer
              100-101 ppm avail.  Sanitization  of  precleaned  equipment  and utensils.
               Cl
              (6.8%, 6.9%,  13.8%,
               16% SC/S)

22          Disinfectant
24          Deodorizer

              593-597 ppm avail.  Disinfection  and deodorization  of  surfaces.  Rinse
               Cl                 treated  food  contact  surfaces with potable water
              (6.9%, 13.8%  SC/S)  before reuse.

71019JF    Beverage Processing
J1D03JF     Plant Premises
                                  General  Instructions  for  Use:   The products  regis-
                                  tered for  use in this site  are  for use  on beverage
                                  processing plant premises (i.e., floors, walls,
                                  and  other  non-food  contact  surfaces).

22          Disinfectant
24          Deodorizer

YABQBB       Mold/mildew

              604-1,200 ppm      Disinfection,  deodorization, and mold/mildew con-
               avail. Cl          trol for surfaces.
              (16% SC/S)
          Issued:  9-04-86                  V-081403-18

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 1003JF
 23
22
23

TABQBB
'71003JE
Site. Efficacy.
Dosage and Forimilai-inn

Brewery Premises
                                                    Use  Directions
  Sanitizer

    112-221 ppm avail,
     Cl
    (6%, 40% SC/S)

  Disinfectant
  Deodorizer

  Mold/mildew

    604-1,200 ppm
     avail. Cl
    (16% SC/S)

Brewery Processing
 Equipment
             Sanitizer

               100-112  ppm avail.
                Cl
               (6%,  6.9%,  13.8%,
                16%  SC/S)
                or
               221 ppm  avail.  Cl
               (40%  SC/S)
                                   General  Instructions  for Use:  The  products  regis-
                                   tered  in this  site  are  for use on brewery  premises
                                   (i.e., floors, walls, and other  non-food contact
                                   surfaces).

                                   Also refer  to  Beverage  Processing Plant Premises
                                   for efficacy,  dose, and use  directions.
                                   Sanitization of  precleaned  surfaces.
                                   Disinfection,  deodorization,  and  mold/mildew  con-
                                   trol  for  surfaces.
                                   General  Instructions  for  Use;   The  products  regis-
                                   tered in this  site  are  for  use  on brewery process-
                                   ing  equipment.   Brewery processing  equipment in-
                                   cludes utensils,  tanks, vats, hoses,  pipelines,
                                   fillers,  capping  and  crowning equipment,  filters,
                                   fermenters,  and other food  contact  equipment used
                                   in brewery processing.
                        Sanitization of precleaned equipment and utensils.
          Issued:  9-04-86
                                 V-081403-19
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 14
 M022JE
 M008JE
 M009JE
23
22
24
71000JE
23
                               EPA Compendium of Acceptable Uses

                                                    Use Directions
Site. Efficacy,         _^^______	
Dosage and Formulation

Brewery Processing Equipment (continued)

  Disinfectant
  Deodorizer

    593-597 ppm avail.  Disinfection and deodorization of surfaces.  Rinse
     Cl                 treated food contact surfaces with potable water
    (6.9%, 13.8% SC/S)  before reuse.

Fish and Seafood Proc-
 essing Equipment

                        General Instructions for Use:  The product regis-
                        tered in this site is for use on fish and seafood
                        processing equipment.
  Sanitizer

    100 ppm avail. Cl
    (13.8% SC/S)

  Disinfectant
  Deodorizer

    597 ppm avail. Cl
    (13.8% SC/S)
Food Processing Equip-
 ment and Surfaces
 (Food Contact)
                                  Sanitization of precleaned equipment.
                                  Disinfection and deodorization of surfaces.  Rinse
                                  treated food contact surfaces with potable water
                                  before reuse.
                                  General Instructions for Use;  The products regis-
                                  tered in this site are for use on food processing
                                  equipment (i.e., blanchers, evaporators, fillers,
                                  tanks, vats, pipelines, valves, utensils, cutting
                                  boards, and other food contact surfaces).
                                  Sanitization of precleaned equipment.
  Sanitizer

    55-112 ppm avail.
     Cl
    (6%, 6.8%, 6.9%,
     13.8%,  16%, 25%
     SC/S)

    165-221  ppm avail.  Sanitizer-cleaner  for equipment.  Rinse with pota-
     Cl                 ble water.
    (3%, 5%, 40% SC/S)
          Issued:  9-04-86
                                  V-081403-20
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                                  	Use Directions
 22
 24
71000JF
i22
i24

TABQBB
Site. Efficacy.         	
Dosage and Formulation

Food Processing Equipment and Surfaces (Food Contact) (continued)

  Disinfectant
  Deodorizer

    593-603 ppm avail.  Disinfection and deodorization of surfaces.  Rinse
     Cl                 treated food contact surfaces with potable water
    (6.9%, 13.8% SC/S)  before reuse.
               [MAI]
               266  ppm  avail.
               (31.48%  SC/L)
                   Cl
Food Processing Plant
 Premises
Disinfection of mess gear (intended for use only
when hot water rinse is not available).  To treat
100 sets of mess gear, immerse utensils and/or
mess gear in a freshly prepared solution.  Repeat
the process in a second container containing the
same concentration.  Allow mess gear to air dry.
Prepare new solution each time.
Formulated with potassium iodine.
                                   General  Instructions  for  Use:   The  products  regis-
                                   tered in this site  are  for  use  on food  processing
                                   plant premises (i.e., floors, walls,  and  other non-
                                   food contact surfaces).
             Sanitizer
     112-262 ppm avail.   Sanitization of surfaces.
     Cl
     (3%, 6%,  40% SC/S)

  Disinfectant
  Deodorizer
  Mold/mildew

    437 ppm  avail.  Cl
    (5% SC/S)

    604-1,200 ppm
     avail.  Cl
    (16% SC/S)
                                   Disinfectant-cleaner for surfaces.
                                   Disinfection,  deodorization,  and mold/mildew con-
                                   trol for surfaces.
           Issued:   9-04-86
                                                                                      38
                                 V-081403-21

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          Site. Efficacy,
          Dosage and Formulation
                     EPA Compendium of Acceptable Uses

                                          Use Directions
 W08JE
Meat Processing Equip-
 ment
M008JF
Meat Processing Plant
 Premises
22
  Disinfectant

    442 ppm avail. Cl
    (10% G)
               1,326  ppm  avail.
                Cl
               (10% G)
                                  General Instructions for Use;  The product regis-
                                  tered in this site is for use on food contact sur-
                                  faces in meat processing plants (i.e., work
                                  tables, cutting block surfaces, saws, grinders,
                                  utensils, coolers, cleavers, gambrels, carts,
                                  trays, racks, trolleys, and similar equipment or
                                  food contact surfaces in meat packing plants,
                                  slaughter houses, smoke houses, and meat process-
                                  ing plants).

                                  Refer to Fish and Seafood Processing Equipment for
                                  efficacy, dose, and use directions.
                                  General Instructions for Use;  The products regis-
                                  tered in this site are for use as disinfectants
                                  and sanitizers for meat processing plant premises
                                  (i.e., walls, floors, and other non-food contact
                                  surfaces).

                                  Product directions may require precleaning before
                                  treatment.  Remove all particulate contamination.
                                  Application may be by wipe, scrub, rinse, mop, or
                                  spray.  Remove or carefully protect food products
                                  and food packaging materials before using prod-
                                  ucts.  Avoid contamination of food contact sur-
                                  faces and food when applying pesticide solutions.
                                  Drain surfaces thoroughly.  Rinse with potable
                                  water where required.

                                  Sanitizer solutions containing 100 ppm available
                                  chlorine should be tested periodically with a
                                  chlorine test kit.  When solution depreciates to
                                  less than 50 ppm available chlorine, it should be
                                  discarded.  If test methods are unavailable, the
                                  strength of sanitizing solution should be doubled.
                                  Always rinse food contact surfaces with potable
                                  water following application of double strength
                                  solution.
Disinfectant-cleaner for surfaces.  Rinse treated
food contact surfaces with potable water before re-
use.

Disinfectant-cleaner for porous surfaces.  Rinse
treated food contact surfaces with potable water
before reuse.
          Issued:   9-04-86
                                  V-081403-22
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           Site.  Efficacy.          	Use Directions	
           Dosage and Formulation

 1005JE     Milk Processing  Equip-
           ment
                                   General Instructions for Use:   The products regis-
                                   tered in this site are for use in milk and dairy
                                   processing plants.  Included in this section are
                                   products used to sanitize blanchers, evaporators,
                                   homogenizers, holding tanks, pipelines, valves,
                                   utensils, butter starter tanks, cheese processing
                                   equipment and utensils, and similar milk contact
                                   equipment.

 23           Sanitizer

               100-101 ppm avail.  Sanitization of precleaned equipment.
                Cl
               (4.52%, 6.8%, 6.9%,
                16% SC/S)

 ,22           Disinfectant
 i24           Deodorizer

               593 ppm avail. Cl   Disinfection and deodorization of surfaces.  Rinse
               (6.9% SC/S)          treated food contact surfaces with potable water
                                   before reuse.

 71005JF    Milk Processing Plant
            Premises
                                   General Instructions for Use:   The product regis-
                                   tered in this site is for use in milk and dairy
                                   processing plant premises (i.e., floors, walls,
                                   ceilings, and other non-food contact surfaces).

V22           Disinfectant
^24           Deodorizer

TABQBB       Mold/mildew

               604-1,200 ppm       Disinfection, deodorization, and mold/mildew con-
                avail. Cl          trol for surfaces.
               (16% SC/S)
                                                                                        40
           Issued:   9-04-86                 V-081403-23

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          Site. Efficacy.         	Use Directions	
          Dosage and Formulation

 71009JE    Poultry Processing
           Equipment
                                  General Instructions for Use:  The products regis-
                                  tered  in this site are for use on food contact  sur-
                                  faces  in poultry processing and packing plants
                                  (i.e., cutting surfaces, picking machines, uten-
                                  sils,  eviscerating lines, shackle lines, chill
                                  tanks, packing tables, and other equipment and
                                  food contact surfaces).

                                  Refer  to Fish and Seafood Processing Equipment  for
                                  efficacy, dose, and use directions.

71009JF    Poultry Processing
           Plant Premises
                                  General Instructions for Use;  The product regis-
                                  tered  in this site is for use in poultry process-
                                  ing plants  (i.e., floors, walls, ceilings, and
                                  other  non-food contact surfaces).

i22          Disinfectant

               442 ppm  avail.  Cl   Disinfectant-cleaner for surfaces.  Rinse treated
               (10%  SC/S)          food contact surfaces with potable water before re-
                                  use.

               1,326 ppm avail. Cl Disinfectant-cleaner for porous surfaces.  Rinse
               (10%  G)             treated food contact surfaces with potable water
                                  before reuse.
           Issued:   9-04-86                 V-081403-24

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        Site. Efficacy^
        Dosage and Formulation
          (Eating Establishment*:)
EPA Compendium of Acceptable Uses

    	Use Directions
006JE    Eating Establishment
         Equipment and Utensils
           Sanitizer

             95-103 ppm avail.
              Cl
             (41% P/T)
             (4.52%,  6%,  6.8%,
              6.9%, 7%,  13.8%,
              28% SC/S)
                                General  Instructions for Use;  The products  regis-
                                tered  in this  site  are  for use on equipment  and
                                utensils in  eating  establishments (i.e.,  restau-
                                rants,  taverns,  bars, cafeterias, etc.) where  food
                                and  beverages  are served.  Utensils  include  silver-
                                ware,  dishes,  glassware, and  similar cooking and
                                eating  utensils.  Equipment includes fixtures,
                                stoves,  sinks, and  refrigerators.

                                Sanitizers which are registered for  use on food
                                contact surfaces are required to be  in compliance
                                with the food  additive  regulations identified  in
                                Title  21 Code  of Federal Regulations, Section
                                178.1010, Sanitizing solutions.

                                Sanitizer food contact  surface treatment  instruc-
                                tions:
                                1) Remove surface soils by scraping  or flushing
                                with water.
                                2) Wash with a suitable detergent or cleaner.
                                3) Rinse with  potable water.
                                4) Dilute product according to label directions.
                                5) Apply by  immersion,  flooding, spraying, mop-
                                ping,  sponging,  or  wiping making sure to  wet all
                                surfaces thoroughly.
                                6) Allow for the specified contact time (at  least
                                1 minute).
                                7) Allow the use solution to  drain and air dry.
                                8) Do  not rinse  the surface with water after sani-
                                tizing  as this will recontaminate the surface.

                                Follow label instructions for products registered
                                for  use on food  contact surfaces which are disin-
                                fectants.
   Sanitization of precleaned equipment and utensils.
         Issued:   9-04-86
            V-081403-25

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                                   	Use Directions
 2000JF
 30030A
 30040A
!2
Site. Effieary,         	
Dosage and Formulation

Eating Establishment Equipment and Utensils (continued)

  Disinfectant
  Deodorizer

    593-597 ppm avail.  Disinfection and deodorization of surfaces.  Rinse
     Cl                 treated food contact surfaces with potable water
    (6.9%, 13.8% SC/S)  before reuse.

Eating Establishment
 Premises

                        General Instructions for Use:  The products regis-
                        tered in this site r for use in eating establish-
                        ment premises (i.e., floors, wails, and other non-
                        food contact surfaces).  Eating establishment prem-
                        ises include commercial restaurants and cafeteri-
                        as, institutional and household kitchens and din-
                        ing areas, etc.

                        Preclean surfaces before treatment with the anti-
                        microbial solution.  One-step cleaner-sanitizers
                        and cleaner-disinfectants do not require a pre-
                        cleaning step.  Dilute product according to label
                        directions.  Apply by mop, spray, cloth, spinkle,
                        scrub, brush, or machine apparatus.  Thoroughly
                        wet surfaces to be treated.  Avoid contamination
                        of foods or food contact surfaces.  Some products
                        require a rinse with potable water following the
                        antimicrobial treatment.

  Disinfectant
              (0.3%,  0.8%,  0.85%
               WP)
                        Disinfectant-cleaner for surfaces.  Wet the sur-
                        face.  Sprinkle product onto surface generously
                        and scour until clean.  Rinse.
          Issued:  9-04-86
                                  V-081403-26
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          Site. Efficacy.         _ Use Directions
          Dosage and Formulation

            (Food
'300 1JE    Food Dispensing Equip-
           ment
                                  General Instructions for Use;  The product regis-
                                  tered in this site is for use on food dispensing
                                  equipment (e.g., vending machines, beverage dis-
                                  pensers, soft serve ice cream machines, etc.).

                                  Refer to (Food and Feed Processing Plants), Gen-
                                  eral Instructions for Equipment and food contact
                                  surfaces general instructions for use, for addi-
                                  tional general instructions for use.

23           Sanitizer

              122 ppm avail. Cl   Sanitization of precleaned equipment.
              (5.5% SC/S)

22           Disinfectant

              243 ppm avail. Cl   Disinfection of soiled equipment.  Rinse with
              (5.5% SC/S)         potable water before reuse.
          Issued:  9-04-86                 V-081403-27

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                               EPA Compendium of Acceptable Uses

          Sjte.  Efficacy.          	Use Directions
          Dosage and Formulation

          {Domestic  and Human Uses)

            ^Bathrooms)

880030A     Bathroom
                                  General Instructions for Use:   The products regis-
                                  tered in this site are for use in bathroom prem-
                                  ises (i.e.,  floors,  walls, sinks, bathtubs, shower
                                  stalls, toilet seats, toilet exterior surfaces,
                                  and fixtures).   Included are products for hospi-
                                  tal, institutional,  commercial, industrial, and
                                  household use.

                                  Preclean surfaces prior to treatment.  A preclean-
                                  ing step is  not required for one-step disinfectant-
                                  cleaners.  Dilute product as directed.   Apply by
                                  mop, sponge, brush,  cloth, or spray.   Wet surfaces
                                  thoroughly.   Allow required contact time.  Rinse
                                  where required.

                                  Porous surfaces such as grout and unfinished or
                                  scarred surfaces may require a higher concentra-
                                  tion of solution than non-porous surfaces such as
                                  porcelain and tile.

                                  Refer to (Commercial and Industrial Uses), Eating
                                  Establishment Premises for efficacy,  dose, and use
                                  directions.
          Issued:   9-04-86                 V-081403-28

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Site. Efficacy,
Dosage and Formulation

Toilet Bowls anH tlri-
 nals
EPA Compendium of Acceptable Uses

    	Use Directions
  Disinfectant

    722 ppm avail. Cl
    (41% P/T)
    (0.3%, 0.8%, 0.85%
     WP)
                        General Instructions for Use:  The products regis-
                        tered in this site are for use on toilet bowl and
                        urinal surfaces and water.

                        Methods of Application:

                        Surface treatment.  Remove or force bowl water
                        over the trap.  Dilute product as required.
                        Brush, swab, spray, or scrub surfaces with product
                        and then flush.  Alternatively, add undiluted prod-
                        uct to the bowl water (97 fluid ounces or 101
                        ounces (by weight)) to obtain the proper use dilu-
                        tion.  Swab surfaces.  Allow specified contact
                        time.  Rinse by flushing.

                        Water additive treatment.  Install product contain-
                        er as directed in bowl or flush tank.  Products
                        may use drop feeder system, automatic metering de-
                        vice, or solid block form.  Refill as directed.

                        Also refer to (Commercial and Industrial Uses),
                        Eating Establishment Premises for additional effi-
                        cacy, dose, and use directions.
   Disinfectant-cleaner for toilet bowl surfaces.
   Disinfectant-cleaner for toilet bowl surfaces.
   Wet the surface.  Sprinkle product onto surface
   generously and scour until clean.  Rinse.
                                                                            46
Issued:  9-04-86
            V-081403-29

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 87006HD
Site. Efficacy.
Dosage and Formulation

  iLaundry)

Laundry (Hospital. Com-
 mercial, and Institu-
 tional)
                               EPA Compendium of Acceptable Uses

                                   	Use Directions
23
87906EE
  Sanitizer

    96 ppm avail. Cl
    (41% P/T)

Laundry (Household)
23
  Sanitizer

    48 ppm avail. Cl
    (41% P/T)
                                  General Instructions for Use:  The products regis-
                                  tered in this site are for use in the treatment of
                                  laundry (i.e., washable fabrics such as clothing,
                                  linens, sheets, towels, blankets, uniforms, and
                                  bathing suits) in commercial, institutional, and
                                  medical establishments (i.e., schools, restau-
                                  rants, hotels, motels, athletic facilities, and
                                  hospitals).

                                  Fabrics are treated in bulk or multifamily laundry
                                  loads.  Commercial machines typically handle 50 to
                                  100 pounds of fabric per load and have a lower
                                  fabric-to-water weight ratio (1:3 to 1:5) than
                                  home washing machines (1:10 to 1:15).

                                  Do not pour product directly on fabrics.  Add to
                                  wash wheel after machine has filled with water or
                                  dilute product in a gallon of water and add this
                                  solution to laundry.
                                  Sanitization of laundry.
                                  General Instructions for Use;  The products regis-
                                  tered  in  this  site are for use in the treatment of
                                  household laundry (i.e., clothing, linens, sheets,
                                  towels, and dish cloths).
                                  Sanitization of laundry.
          Issued:  9-04-86
                                 V-081403-30

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         Site. Efficacy.         	Use Directions
         Dosage and Formulation

           {Refuse)

690010A    Garbage Containers
                                  General Instructions for Use;  The products regis-
                                  tered  in  this  site are for use on garbage contain-
                                  er  surfaces.

                                  Clean  and rinse surfaces prior to treatment.  One-
                                  step disinfectant-cleaners and sanitizer-cleaners
                                  do  not require a precleaning step.  Dilute product
                                  as  directed  on label.  Application is by wipe,
                                  mop, swab, wash, rinse, or spray.  Observe re-
                                  quired contact time.
!3          Sanitizer
              192 ppm avail.  Cl    Sanitizer-cleaner for surfaces.
              (41% P/T)
                                                                                      48
         Issued:  9-04-86                 V-081403-31

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                               EPA Compendium of Acceptable Uses

          Listing of Registered Pesticide Products by Formulation
099.0001    99% technical chemical
            potassium dichloro-s-triazinetrione (081403)
              000524-00105   001258-00851   001258-00891

099 . 990 1    100% technical chemical
            potassium dichloro-s-triazinetrione (081403)
              000230-00056   000230-00062   000230-00064

)40.0002   40% formulation intermediate
            potassiua dichloro-s-triazinetrione (081403)
              000230-00065   000230-00066

110.0004   10% granular
            potassium dichloro-s-triazinetrione (081403)
              001203-00033

125.3804   25.38% granular
            potassium  dichloro-s-triazinetrione (081403)
            trichloro-s-triazinetrione  (081405)

              005185-00096

)35-2504   35.25% granular
             potassium  dichloro-s-triazinetrione  (081403)
              005185-00092

350.7604   50.76% granular
             potassium dichloro-s-triazinetrione  (081403)
             trichloro-s-triazinetrione (081405)

               005185-00102

076.1404    76.14% granular                       ,ft0,,A,x
             potassium dichloro-s-triazinetrione (081403)
             trichloro-s-triazinetrione (081405)

               005185-00095

097.0004   97% granular                      .    ,niAn^
             potassium dichloro-s-triazinetrione (081403)
               008859-00002*  008896-00001
                 *jacket currently unavailable for review

097.5004   97.5% granular                    .    ,no
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                                EPA Compendium of Acceptable Uses

           Listing of Registered Pesticide Products by Formulation (continued)

 ,041.0005   41% Pelleted/tableted
             potassium dichloro-s-triazinetrione (081403)                        41%
               004206-00003

 ,060.0005   60% pelleted/tableted
             potassium dichloro-s-triazinetrione (081403)                        60%
             alkyl*dimethyl benzyl ammonium chloride *alkyl
              (58% C14, 28% C16, 14% C12) (069141)                               _J%
                                                                                 61%
               004829-00014   004829-00040

 099.0005   99% pelleted/tableted
             potassium dichloro-s-triazinetrione (081403)                        99%
               004829-00060   004829-00064

 000.3006   0.3% wettable powder
             potassium dichloro-s-triazinetrione (081403)                       0.3%
               001124-00013

 000.8006   0.8% wettable powder
             potassium dichloro-s-triazinetrione (081403)                       0.8%
               001124-00067

 000.8506   0.85% wettable powder
             potassium dichloro-s-triazinetrione (081403)                      0.85%
               003573-00029   003573-00030

 003.0015   3% soluble concentrate/solid
             potassium dichloro-s-triazinetrione (081403)                         3%
               009342-00005

 004.5215   4.52% soluble concentrate/solid
             potassium dichloro-s-triazinetrione (081403)                      4.52%
               003308-00001

 =005.0015   5% soluble concentrate/solid
             potassium dichloro-s-triazinetrione (081403)                         5%
               001270-00072   003791-00002   003791-00003

 =005.4015   5.4% soluble concentrate/solid
             potassium dichloro-s-triazinetrione (081403)                       5.4%
               005185-00063

 =005.5015   5.5% soluble concentrate/solid
             potassium dichloro-s-triazinetrione (081403)                       5.5%
               006186-00031

 =006.0015   6% soluble concentrate/solid
             potassium dichloro-s-triazinetrione (081403)                         6%
               000524-00364

006.8015   6.8% soluble concentrate/solid
             potassium dichloro-s-triazinetrione (081403)                       6.8%
               007116-00005

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          Listing of Registered Pesticide Products by Formulation  (continued)

IJD6.9015   6.9% soluble  concentrate/solid
            potassium dichloro-s-triazinetrione (081403)                       6.9%
              000875-00098

007.0015   7% soluble concentrate/solid
            potassium dichloro-s-triazinetrione (081403)                         7%
              005991-00008

810,0015   10% soluble concentrate/solid
            potassium dichloro-s-triazinetrione (081403)                         10%
              001270-00112    005185-00059

013.8015   13.8%  soluble concentrate/solid
            potassium dichloro-s-triazinetrione (081403)                      13.8%
              000875-00094*
                 *jacket currently unavailable for review

016.0015   16% soluble concentrate/solid
            potassium dichloro-s-triazinetrione (081403)                         16%
              010508-00006

025.0015   25% soluble concentrate/solid
            potassium dichloro-s-triazinetrione (081403)                         25%
              000524-00359

028.0015   28% soluble concentrate/solid
            potassium dichloro-s-triazinetrione (081403)                         28%
              004400-00004*
                 *jacket currently unavailable for review

031.4815   31.48% soluble concentrate/solid
            potassium dichloro-s-triazinetrione (081403)                     31.48%
            potassium iodine (075701)                                        28.60%
            trichloromelamine (077101)                                       19.30%
                                                                             79.38%
              040510-00004

033.9015   33.9%  soluble concentrate/solid
            potassium dichloro-s-triazinetrione (081403)                      33.9%
              007394-00001

040.0015   40% soluble concentrate/solid
            potassium dichloro-s-triazinetrione (081403)                         40%
              000524-00349

060.0015   60% soluble concentrate/solid
            potassium dichloro-s-triazinetrione (081403)                         60%
            alkyl*dimethyl benzyl ammonium  chloride  *alkyl
              (58% C14,  28% C16,  14%  C12)  (069141)                                _1%
                                                                                 61%
              004829-00019
           Issued:   9-04-86                 V-081403-34
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         Listing  of  Registered Pesticide Products  by Formulation (continued)

399.9915   100% soluble concentrate/solid
           potassium dichloro-s-triazinetrione (081403)                        100%
              004206-00008
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                               Appendix A-1

Listing of Active Ingredient(s) Found in Combination with the Report
 Chemical
Chemical    Common Name
  Code       (source)

069141      alkyl*dimethyl benzyl ammonium
            chloride *alkyl (58% C14, 28%
            C16, 14% C12)
028501      1,3-dichloro-5,5-dimethylhydan-  
            toin

075701      potassium iodine

081405      trichloro-s-triazinetrione

077101      trichloromelamine


 Use Common Name
               EPA Acceptable
           Common/Chemical Name
 Issued:   9-04-86
V-081403-36
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                     SODIUM DICHLORO-S-TRIAZINETRIONE

                             TABLE OF CONTENTS

Site Name  	Page

AQUATIC NONFOOD                                                    2
(Aquatic Sites)                                                    2
INDOOR                                                            10
(Animals and Their Man-Made Premises)                             10
(Agricultural Premises and Equipment)                             11
(Commercial and Industrial Uses)                                  17
  (Food and Feed Processing Plants)                               19
  (Eating Establishments)                                         28
  (Food Markets)                                                  29
  (Hospital and Related Institutions)                             30
(Domestic and Human Uses)                                         30
  (Bathrooms)                                                     30
  (Laundry)                                                       31
  (Refuse)                                                        33

Air Washer Water Systems                                           2
Bakery Processing Equipment                                       19
Bakery Processing Plant Premises                                  20
Bathroom Premises                                                 30
Beverage Processing Equipment                                     20
Brewery Premises                                                  20
Brewery Processing Equipment                                      21
Cannery Processing Equipment                                      21
Commercial Egg Handling Premises                                  11
Commercial Egg Treatment                                          11
Commercial, Industrial, and Institutional Premises and Equip-
 ment (Non-Medical)                                               17
Commercial and Industrial Water Cooling Towers and Evapora-
 tive Condensers                                                   3
Dairy Equipment (Unspecified)                                     13
Dairy Farm Milking Equipment                                      15
Dental Appliances                                                 30
Diapers (Commercial)                                              31
Eating Establishment Equipment and Utensils                       28
Egg Processing Equipment                                          21
Egg Processing Plant Premises                                     22
Food Dispensing Equipment                                         29
Food Processing Equipment and Surfaces (Food Contact)             22
Food Processing Plant Premises                                    23
Food Processing Water Systems (Dairy Sweetwater Systems)           5
Food Transportation Vehicles                                      24
Fruit and Vegetable Premises                                      25
Garbage Containers                                                33
Hatchery Equipment                                                10
Laundry (Hospital, Commercial, and Institutional)                 32
Meat Processing Equipment                                         25
Meat Processing Plant Premises                                    26
Milk Processing Equipment                                         26
Mushroom House Premises and Equipment                             15
Poultry House Premises and Equipment                              16

Issued:  9-04-86                 V-081404-i                                 ^ ^
Provisional Update:  3-25-88

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                     SODIUM DICHLORO-S-TRIAZINETRIONE

                             TABLE OF CONTENTS

Site Name	Page

Poultry Processing Equipment                                      27
Poultry Processing Plant Premises                                 27
Pulp and Paper Mill Systems                                        5
Swimming Pool Water                                                7
Toilet Bowls and Urinals                                          31
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I8H04                          SODIUM DICHLORO-S-TRIAZINETRIONE*

         TYPE PESTTCTnf-  Algaecide, Antimicrobial, Fungicide

         FORMULATIONS:
         Tech (100%)
         FI   (93.1%, 96%, 98%, 98.5%, 99%, 99.5%)
         G    (10%, 20%, 25%, 26.5%, 30%, 34%, 36.7%, 38.3%, 40%, 47.5%, 50%, 51%.
              55%, 55.5%, 55.6%, 57%, 60%, 64.6%, 80.7%, 81.6%, 87.7%, 89%, 90.5%,
              95%, 96%, 97%, 97.5%, 98%, 98.5%, 99%, 99.3%, 99.5%, 100%)
         P/T  (15%, 36%, 45%, 86%, 95%)
         WP   (0.45%, 30%)
         SC/S (0.65%, 1%, 2%, 2.5%, 3%, 3.2%, 5%, 6%, 6.9%, 7%, 7.25%, 7.6%, 8%,
              10%, 14.5%, 15%, 16.5%, 17%, 17.5%, 18%, 20%, 20.84%, 22%, 22.25%,
              22.75%, 25%, 25.5%, 25.8%, 26.5%, 27%, 30%, 30.32%, 36%, 40%, 57%,
              65%, 96%, 99%, 99.3%, 100%)

         PRESENTATION OF INFORMATION:  All final concentrations are expressed in
         parts per million (ppm) available chlorine.  Concentrations are rounded to
         the nearest whole number when the value is less than 1,000 and to the
         third significant figure when the value is greater than 1,000.  Dilutions
         are the ratio of the weight of the product to be diluted to the weight of
         water in which the product is diluted.  The dilutions are rounded to the
         nearest whole number.  For the purpose of ppm available chlorine concentra-
         tion calculations, it is assumed that 63 percent of the total weight of
         the sodium dichloro-s-triazinetrione product is available chlorine.
         Definition of Terms:
         ppm avail. Cl - parts per million available chlorine

         GENERAL WARNINGS AND LIMITATIONS:  Triazinetriones are strong oxidants.
         Fire may result from contact with heat, acids, organic or combustible mat-
         ter.  Keep cover tightly closed.  Store container in an upright position
         in a cool place.  Do not mix with anything but water.  Mixing with ammo-
         nia, acid detergents, or acid toilet bowl cleaners causes release of haz-
         ardous gasses.

         Read labels very carefully for specific warnings, human toxicity state-
         ments, and environmental cautions.

         Follow label directions for the disposal of the product container when
         empty.

         Environmental Hazards:  Sodium dichloro-s-triazinetrione is toxic to
         fish.  Do not discharge effluent containing this product into lakes,
         streams, ponds, estuaries, oceans, or public waters unless this product is
         specifically identified and addressed in an NPDES permit.  Do not
         discharge effluent containing this product to sewer systems without
         previously notifying the sewage treatment plant authority.  For guidance
         contact your State Water Board or Regional Office of the EPA.
         *sodium dichloroisocyanurate                                                _ -
                                                                                     JO
         Issued:  9-04-86                 V-081404-1
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 018MA
Site. Efficacy.
Dosage and Formulation

AQUATIC NONPOOn

(Aquatic Sites')

Air Washer Water Sys-
 tems
                              EPA Compendium of Acceptable Uses

                                  	Use Directions
iBAAA

tfQBB

VAAAA
                                 General Instructions for Use:  The products regis-
                                 tered for this site are intended to control the
                                 growth of slime-forming bacteria, fungi, and al-
                                 gae.

                                 Badly fouled systems must be cleaned by any suita-
                                 ble means before treatment is begun.  Make applica-
                                 tion at a point in the system where the chemical
                                 will be uniformly mixed.  When algal or microbial
                                 growth is noticed, an initial high concentration
                                 dosage is used and repeated until control is
                                 achieved.  When control is evident, a subsequent
                                 dosage of lower concentration is used to maintain
                                 control.  Should algae or slime become visible
                                 again, the initial slug dose should be used, fol-
                                 lowed by the maintenance procedure.
  Microbicide/microbistat

  Slime-forming  bacteria

  Slime-forming  fungi
  Algae
             3.8-15 ppm avail.
              Cl
             (10%, 20%, 40%,
              99.3% G)
             (99.3% SC/S)

             0.6-7.6 ppm avail.
              Cl
             (10%, 20%, 40%,
              99.3% G)
             (99.3% SC/S)
                         Initial  slug  treatment.   When system is  noticeably
                         fouled,  add product  to  system.   Repeat  initial  dos-
                         age  until  1 ppm chlorine  residual  is established.
                         Subsequent  slug  treatment.   When microbial  control
                         is  evident,  add  product to  system.   Repeat  as  need-
                         ed  to maintain 1  ppm of chlorine residual  in the
                         recirculating water  for at  least 4  hours.
         Issued:  9-04-86
                                  V-081404-2
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        Site.  Efficacy.          	Use Directions	
        Dosage and Formulation

119MA    Commercial and Indus-
         trial Water Cooling
         Towers and Evaporative
         Condensers
                                General Instructions for Use:   The products regis-
                                tered for this site are intended to control the
                                growth of slime-forming bacteria,  fungi,  and algae
                                which impair the efficiency of the system.   Meth-
                                ods of application may be slug feed treatment,
                                intermittent feed treatment, or continuous  feed
                                treatment.

                                Slug Feed Treatment - Treatment that involves
                                addition of a specified dose to the system  at 1
                                time.  Treatment may be repeated at intervals,
                                usually once a day or less frequently.

                                Intermittent Feed Treatment -  Treatment that is on
                                a semi-continuous basis.  Provides a continuous
                                dosage over a brief period and is repeated  at stat-
                                ed intervals.

                                Continuous Feed Treatment - Treatment that  is on
                                an uninterrupted basis to provide a sustained con-
                                centration.  Usually an initial slug dose is used
                                to establish control prior to continuous  treat-
                                ment.

                                When algal or microbial growth is noticed,  an ini-
                                tial high concentration dosage is used and  repeat-
                                ed until control is achieved.   When control is  evi-
                                dent, a subsequent dosage of lower concentration
                                is used to maintain control.  Should algae  or
                                slime become visible again, the initial slug dose
                                should be used, followed by the maintenance proce-
                                dure.

                                Badly fouled systems must be cleaned by any suita-
                                ble means before treatment is begun.

                                Products may be fed by drip-feed device,  measuring
                                container, or suitable chemical pump such as pro-
                                portioning, variable speed positive displacement,
                                or reciprocating types.  Manual additions may also
                                be used.  Products should be fed at a location in
                                the system where they will be uniformly mixed and
                                evenly distributed.
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        Dosage and Formulation

        Commercial and Industrial Water Cooling Towers and Evaporative Condensers
         (continued)

          Microbicide/microbistat

BAAA       Slime-forming bacteria

FQBB       Slime-forming fungi

            7.6-20 ppm avail.   Initial slug treatment.  When system is noticeably
             Cl                 fouled, add product to system.  Repeat until con-
            (10%, 20%, 25%,     trol is achieved.
             26.5%, 40%, 96%,
             99%, 99.3% G)
            (96% SC/S)
              or
            18-35 ppm avail. Cl
            (30%, 96%, 100%  G)
              or
            9-144 ppm avail. Cl
            (99% G)
              or
            60-600 ppm avail.
             Cl
            (99% G)

            2.3-7.6 ppm avail.  Subsequent  slug  treatment.  When microbial control
             Cl                 is  evident, add  product to system.  Repeat as need-
             (10%, 20%, 25%,     ed  to  maintain 1 ppm  of chlorine residual in the
             40%, 96%, 99.3% G) recirculating water for at least 4 hours.
              or
            9-18 ppm  avail.  Cl
             (30%, 96%, 99% G)
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Site. Efficary,
Dosage and Formulation

Food Processing Water
 Systems (Dairy Sweet-
 water Systems^
                              EPA Compendium of Acceptable Uses

                                  	Use Directions
5008MA
           Bacteriostat

             18 ppm avail. Cl
             (30% WP)
     6.8 ppm avail. Cl
     (30% WP)

Pulp and Paper Mill
 Systems
                                 General Instructions for Use:  The product regis-
                                 tered for this site is intended to reduce bac-
                                 terial counts in dairy sweetwater systems.

                                 Testing for chlorine should be conducted.  A resi-
                                 dual of at least 2 to 5 ppm available chlorine
                                 should be maintained in the system.
Initial slug treatment.   Repeat initial dosage
each time system is drained and refilled with
fresh water or if bacterial count should ever rise
above safe levels.

Subsequent slug treatment.
         Issued:  9-04-86
                                 General Instructions for Use:  The product regis-
                                 tered for this site is intended to control the
                                 growth of slime-forming bacteria and fungi.  The
                                 object of control is to stabilize the population
                                 at a level that will not interfere with system
                                 efficiency or production.

                                 Product is added to the white water system or
                                 stock furnish of the pulp and paper mill.  Treat-
                                 ment of the white water or stock system may be
                                 supplemented by treatment of the fresh water,
                                 slush pulp, secondary fiber (recycled waste
                                 paper), or broke.  Treatment recommendations will
                                 vary depending on the type, location, and degree
                                 of microbial contamination.  The amount of product
                                 actually required is best determined by actual
                                 test in the system.

                                 Method of application may be slug, intermittent,
                                 or continuous.

                                 Slug Method - Treatment involves addition of a spe-
                                 cified dose to the system at 1 time.  Treatment
                                 may be repeated at intervals, usually once a day
                                 or less frequently.

                                 Intermittent Method - Treatment is on a  semi-
                                 continuous basis providing a continuous  dosage for
                                 a brief period repeated at stated intervals. '
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         Site.  Efficacy.          	Use Directions
         Dosage and Formulation

         Pulp and Paper Mill Systems (continued)
                                 Continuous Method - Treatment is on an uninterrupt-
                                 ed basis to provide a sustained concentration.

                                 Products may be fed by drip-feed device, measuring
                                 container, or suitable chemical pump such as pro-
                                 portioning, variable speed positive displacement,
                                 or reciprocating types.  Manual addition may also
                                 be used.  Products should be fed at a point in the
                                 system where they will be uniformly mixed and even-
                                 ly distributed.  Heavily fouled systems must be
                                 cleaned prior to initial treatment.

                                 Products to be used in the manufacture of paper
                                 and paperboard intended to contact food must com-
                                 ply with the regulations of the Food and Drug
                                 Administration under Title 21, Code of Federal
                                 Regulations, Section 176.300.
           Microbicide/microbistat

iBAAA       Slime-forming bacteria

VFQBB       Slime-forming fungi
             3.8-19 ppm avail.   Water treatment.  Add directly to the mill system.
              Cl
             (50% G)
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         Site. Efficacy^
         Dosage and Formulation

J5011MA    Swimming Pool Water
         Use Directions
                                 General Instructions for Use:  The products regis-
                                 tered for this site are for use as disinfectants
                                 and algaecides in swimming pool water.  Treatment
                                 procedures for swimming pool water include initial
                                 treatment for newly filled pools, maintenance,
                                 superchlorination, and winterizing.

                                 Initial treatment.  For the initial treatment of
                                 newly filled pools or for pool start-up, one or
                                 more high doses of product are added until the
                                 proper chlorine residual is established.  Prior to
                                 initial treatment, backwash or properly clean fil-
                                 ter system and adjust pH to specified range (usual-
                                 ly pH 7.2 to 7.6 for chlorine-bearing products).

                                 The use of a chlorine stabilizing agent such as
                                 s-triazinetriol (cyanuric acid) is recommended by
                                 some products prior to or following the initial
                                 treatment.  The stabilizer (or conditioner) is
                                 used to slow the dissipation rate of the chlorine
                                 residual.  Stabilized pools usually require mainte-
                                 nance of a higher concentration of residual chlo-
                                 rine than unstabilized pools.

                                 Maintenance.  To maintain the proper residual,
                                 daily or less frequent doses of product are added
                                 to the pool water.  Maintenance of a residual is
                                 dependent on ambient temperature, light intensity,
                                 bather load, and airborne contaminants.  Test pool
                                 water with test kits frequently to maintain the
                                 proper residual level and the proper pH.  Follow
                                 label directions for method of application (e.g.,
                                 broadcast on the surface, predissolve in water,
                                 and pour in skimmer, floating dispenser, or auto-
                                 matic feeding device).

                                 Superchlorination.  Superchlorination or shock
                                 treatment is used to quickly increase the chlorine
                                 residual in the pool water.  Superchlorination is
                                 used periodically to control algae and reduce ac-
                                 cumulated organic matter due to high temperatures,
                                 rain, and wind.  Products usually specify treat-
                                 ment once every 1 or 2 weeks.  Add when pool is
                                 not in use.  Do not allow swimmers to enter pool
                                 until chlorine residual falls below 2.0 to 3.0 ppm
                                 as indicated by proper testing.

                                 Winterizing.  Product is added to pool water to
                                 control the growth of algae and odor-causing bac-
                                 teria during the winter months.  Add product prior
                                 to covering pool for the winter.
         Issued:  9-04-86
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         Site. Efficacy.         	Use Directions
         Dosage and Formulation

         Swimming Pool Water (continued)

2          Disinfectant

AAAAA       Algae

             8.5-20.3 ppm avail. Initial pool water treatment.
              Cl
             (34%, 38.3%, 40%,
              47.5%, 55.6%, 89%,
              95%, 98%, 98.5%,
              99%, 99.3%, 99.5%,
              100% G)
               or
             3.6-5.2 ppm avail.
              Cl
             (55%, 57%, 87.7%,
              95%, 96%, 99%,
              99.5%, 100% G)
               or
             0.9-2.8 ppm avail.
              Cl
             (60%, 64.6%, 80.7%,
              90.5%, 96%, 97%,
              99%, 99.3%, 100%
              G)
             (57%, 65% SC/S)

             0.5-2.3 ppm avail.  Maintenance pool water treatment.
              Cl
             (51%, 55%, 55.5%,
              55.6%, 57%, 60%,
              64.6%, 80.7%,
              87.7%, 89%, 90.5%,
              95%, 96%, 97%,
              97.5%, 98%, 99%,
              99.3%, 99.5%, 100%
              G)
               or
             0.6-1.4 ppm avail.
              Cl
             (57%, 65%, 99%
              SC/S)
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Dosage and Formulation
EPA Compendium of Acceptable Uses

    	Use Directions
Swimming Pool Water (continued)

    2.4-15 ppm avail.   Superchlorination pool water treatment.
     Cl
    (55%, 55.5%, 55.6%,
     57%, 64.6%, 80.7%,
     87.7%, 89%, 90.5%,
     96%, 98%, 98.5%,
     99%, 99.5%, 100%
     G)

    [MAI]
   Superchlorination pool water treatment.
    4.2 ppm avail. Cl   Formulated with one or a combination of:  copper
    (36.7%, 81.6% G)    sulfate and sodium bromide.

    7.5 ppm avail. Cl   Winterization pool water treatment.
    (99.5% G)

    0.9-4.7 ppm avail.  Maintenance spa pool water treatment.
     Cl                 May be formulated with sodium bromide.
    (96%, 99%, 99.3%,
     99.5%, 100% G)
      or
    2.3 ppm avail. Cl
    (95% P/T)
      or
    4.0 ppm avail. Cl
    (57% SC/S)

    [MAI]
    3.3 ppm avail. Cl
    (81.6% G)

    4.5-9.4 ppm avail.  Superchlorination spa pool water treatment.
     Cl
    (96%, 99%, 99.3%,
     99.5%, 100% G)
      or
    4.5 ppm avail. Cl
    (95% P/T)
      or
    8.1 ppm avail. Cl
    (57% SC/S)
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            V-081404-9
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          Dosage and Formulation

          INDOOR
          (Animals and Their Man-Made Premises)
                     EPA Compendium of Acceptable Uses

                                          Use Directions
  006GA
Hatchery Equipment
!3
   Sanitizer
                                  General Instructions for Use:  The products regis-
                                  tered in this site are for use on hatchers, incuba-
                                  tors, brooders, setters, trays, buggies, and other
                                  hatchery surfaces.

                                  The product i& diluted with water.  Application is
                                  by spray, wash, sponge, mop, brush, cloth, or auto-
                                  mated system.

                                  Noti-jfood use limitation:  No food tolerance has
                                  been established for product.  Contamination of
                                  food oar froofl animals by product residues is to be
                                  strictly avoided.  Follow non-food use procedures.

                                  ]) Remove all poultry and feeds from premises,
                                  tracks, coops, and crates.
                                  2) IRemove all litter and droppings from floors,
                                  wallLss,, and surfaces of facilities occupied or
                                  traversed by poultry.
                                  3) Empty all troughs, racks, and other feeding and
                                  waive ring appliances.
                                  4^ Thoroughly clean all surfaces with soap or
                                  detergent and rinse with water.
                                  5) "Saturate surfaces with the  recommended dis-
                                  infecting solution for a period of 10 minutes.
                                  6) Ventilate buildings, coops, and other closed
                                  spaces.  Do not house poultry  or employ equipment
                                  until treatment has been absorbed, set, or dried.
                                  7) Thoroughly scrub treated  feed racks, troughs,
                                  automatic feeders, fountains,  and waterers with
                                  sowp or detergent, and rinse with potable water
                                  before reuse.
              95-108 ppm avail.   Sanitization  of precleaned  equipment.
               Cl
              (10%, 22.75% SC/S)
>2
>4
   Disinfectant
   Deodorizer

     633-1,070  ppm
      avail. Cl
     (10%,  22.75% SC/S)
                                  Disinfection  of  equipment.
          Issued:   9-04-86
                                  V-081404-10
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         Dosage and Formulation
         (Agricultural Premises and Equipment)
                     EPA Compendium of Acceptable Uses

                                          Use Directions
 005JA
Commercial Egg Handling
 Premises
J0010A
  Sanitizer

    95 ppm avail. Cl
    (10%, 15% SC/S)
      or
    203 ppm avail. Cl
    (30% SC/S)

  Disinfectant
  Deodorizer

    633 ppm avail. Cl
    (10% SC/S)

Commercial Egg Treat-
 ment
                                 General Instructions for Use:  The products regis-
                                 tered in this site are for use on floors, walls,
                                 and other non-food contact surfaces of egg hand-
                                 ling rooms.

                                 Dilute product and apply as a wash to walls,
                                 floors, and ceilings of egg handling rooms.
                                 Sanitizer-cleaner for surfaces.
                                 Disinfection of surfaces.
                                 General Instructions for Use:  The products regis-
                                 tered in this site are for use in cleaning and
                                 sanitizing commercial eggs (i.e., eggs intended
                                 for human consumption).  These products reduce bac-
                                 teria on egg shell surfaces which cause spoilage
                                 of fresh and storage eggs.

                                 Single step method:  Product is used for cleaning
                                 and sanitizing of eggs in one-step.

                                 Two step method;  Procedure requires 2 steps:
                                 1) the initial cleaning of eggs and gross reduc-
                                 tion of bacteria, followed by; 2) final sanitiza-
                                 tion with a sanitizing rinse.  Products may be
                                 cleaners and sanitizers or sanitizers only.  Clean-
                                 ers and sanitizers are used in the first step or
                                 in both steps.  Sanitizers are used only in the
                                 final sanitizing step.

                                 Eggs are treated by spray, dip, or immersion.
                                 Label directions may specify use of product in
                                 1) spray, tank-type, brush, oscillating, propel-
         Issued:  9-04-86
                                  V-081404-11
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Site. Effirary,
Dosage and Formulation
Commerri.al Egg Treatment (continued)
 uompenaium or  Acceptaoie  uses

	Use  Directions
   Sanitizer

     77-157 ppm  avail.
      Cl
     (10%,  15%,  25%,
      28%,  30%,  65%
      SC/S)
       or
                        ler, air-action, automatic conveyor, or systemized
                        continuous washers; 2) basket or immersion wash-
                        ers; or 3) manual washing operations.  Follow manu-
                        facturer's instructions for use of products in spe-
                        cific washer units.  For immersion washing, a 2 to
                        5 minute immersion of eggs is specified.  For egg
                        plants operating under United States Department of
                        Agriculture supervision, immersion of eggs in
                        water is no longer permitted.

                        For federally  inspected egg plants, operating un-
                        der the supervision of the United States Depart-
                        ment of Agriculture, follow the regulations of the
                        U.S.D.A. Egg Grading Branch for washing egg
                        shells.

                        U.S.D.A. recommended shell egg washing procedures:
                        1) Wash eggs promptly after gathering.
                        2) Do not try  to clean excessively dirty eggs.
                        3) Water with  an iron content in excess of 2 ppm
                        should not be  used.
                        4) Do not reuse wash water except when used in a
                        continuous type washer.
                        5) Wash water  temperature to be 90 F (32.2 C) or
                        higher.
                        6) Maintain wash water at a temperature 20 to 40 F
                        (11.1 to 22.2  C) warmer than the eggs.
                        7) Spray rinse washed eggs with warm potable water
                        containing an  approved sanitizing compound.
                        8) Eggs should be  reasonably dry before casing or
                        breaking.

                        Observe specific product directions concerning re-
                        quirements for product dilution, water  tempera-
                        ture, contact  time, and potable water rinse.  A
                        thorough potable water rinse should be  specified
                        after final sanitizing treatment of eggs with resi-
                        dual  sanitizer compound if eggs are to  be  immedi-
                        ately broken for use  in the manufacture of egg
                        products.
Sanitization of eggs.
 Issued:   9-04-86
         V-081404-12
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        Site.  Efficacy.
        Dosage and Formulation
        Commercial Egg Treatment (continued)

            47 ppm avail. Cl
            (10% SC/S)
              or
            236 ppm avail.  Cl
            (25% SC/S)
EPA Compendium ot Acceptance uses

               	Use Directions
I05JE-2  Dairy Equipment
         (Unspecified)
                                General Instructions for Use;   The products regis-
                                tered in this site are for use on dairy equipment
                                and dairy milk-contact surfaces.   Note:  Products
                                were placed in this entry when the product label
                                used the term "dairy" without  specifying dairy
                                farm (milk production) and/or  dairy plant (milk
                                processing).

                                Clean and rinse all equipment  prior to sanitiza-
                                tion.  Deposits of milk solids will interfere with
                                sanitization, thus all contaminating milk residue
                                must be flushed from equipment and equipment sur-
                                faces prior to sanitization.  Activity of chemical
                                sanitizers may be adversely affected by ingredi-
                                ents in washing compounds and  organic matter car-
                                ried over from the wash solution.  A rinse between
                                the cleaning and the sanitizing treatment is impor-
                                tant in maintaining the strength of the sanitizing
                                solution.  A one-step cleaner-sanitizer may be
                                used without prior cleaning.

                                Dilute product as directed to  prepare sanitizing
                                solutions.  Apply by circulation, immersion, wipe,
                                swab, brush, or spray.  Allow  the solution to
                                drain and air dry.  Do not rinse the surface with
                                water after sanitizing as this will recontaminate
                                the surface.

                                Observe local regulations regarding contact time
                                of sanitizing solutions.  A 2  minute contact time
                                is stipulated by health departments that follow
                                the United States Public Health Service Ordinance
                                and Code.

                                Sanitizing solutions used on food contact equip-
                                ment and surfaces are regulated by the Food and
                                Drug Administration and Indirect Food Additives
                                under Title 21, Code of Federal Regulations, Sec-
                                tion 178.1010.  Solutions specified in this sec-
                                tion may be safely used on food contact equipment
                                and surfaces that are adequately drained before
        Issued:  9-04-86
            V-081404-13
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                               EPA Compendium of  Acceptable Uses

                                       	Use  Directions
Site. Effirary,
Dosage and Formulation
         Dairy Equipment  (Unspecified)  (continued)
                                  contact  with food.  The  solutions may not exceed
                                  specified  concentrations (100 ppm available chlo-
                                  rine).

                                  Refer  to Appendix F of the  Grade  'A1 Pasteurized
                                  Milk Ordinance  -  1965 Recommendations of the Unit-
                                  ed States  Public  Health  Service for existing milk
                                  sanitization standards and  local milk sanitization
                                  regulations.
                                  Sanitization of  precleaned equipment and utensils.
  Sanitizer

    95-134 ppm avail.
     Cl
    (2.5%, 6%, 7%, 10%,
     17%, 22%, 25%,
     26.5%, 40% SC/S)

    189-275 ppm avail.  Sanitization of equipment and utensils.
     Cl
    (3%, 7%,  17.5%,
     22%, 26.5% SC/S)

  Disinfectant
  Deodorizer

    306-607 ppm avail.  Disinfection of precleaned equipment and utensils.
     Cl
    (14.5% SC/S)
          Issued:   9-04-86
                                 V-081404-14
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        Site. Effirary,
        Dosage and Formulation

        Dairy Farm Milking
         Equipment
                     EPA Compendium ol Acceptable Uses

                             	       Use Directions
                                General Instructions for Use:  The products regis-
                                tered in this site are for use on dairy farm milk-
                                ing equipment and utensils.  Products are used to
                                sanitize milking machines, milk cans, tanks,
                                lines, pails, inflations, teat cups, and similar
                                equipment.

                                Refer to Dairy Equipment (Unspecified) for general
                                instructions for use.
0070A
  Sanitizer

    95-118 ppm avail.
     Cl
    (6.9%, 7%, 15%,
     20%, 20.84%,
     22.25%, 22.75%,
     25.8%, 27%, 36%
     SC/S)

    150-266 ppm avail.
     Cl
    (3.2%, 15%, 18%,
     27% SC/S)

Mushroom House Premises
 and Equipment
                                Sanitization of precleaned equipment and utensils.
                                Sanitization of equipment and utensils.
          Sanitizer

             103 ppm avail. Cl
             (65%  SC/S)
                                General Instructions for Use;  The product regis-
                                tered  in  this  site  is for use in mushroom houses,
                                including growing trays, picking baskets, picking
                                utensils, and  other tools, utensils, and equipment
                                found  on  these premises.

                                Dilute product with water.  Apply by spray.  Be-
                                fore sanitizer or disinfectant treatment, preclean
                                and rinse all  surfaces  thoroughly.
                        Sanitization of precleaned equipment and utensils.
        Issued:  9-04-86
                                 V-081404-15
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                             EPA Compendium of Acceptable Uses

                                 	Use Directions
Site. Effirary,         	
Dosage and Formulation

Mushroom House Premises and Equipment (continued)

  Disinfectant

    205-513 ppm avail.  Disinfection of precleaned surfaces.
     Cl
    (65% SC/S)
OOOJA    Poultry House Premises
OOOGA     and Equipment
                                General  Instructions  for Use:  The products  regis-
                                tered  in this  site  are  for use in poultry houses,
                                including broiler,  layer, and brooder  houses,
                                cages, coops,  crates, feeding and watering equip-
                                ment and other equipment found on these premises.

                                Dilute product with water.  Apply by cloth,  swab,
                                sponge,  brush,  spray, or immersion.  Before  sani-
                                tizer  or disinfectant treatment, preclean and
                                rinse  all surfaces  thoroughly.  Remove gross filth
                                from surfaces  prior to  treatment with  one-step
                                cleaner-disiajf ectants.

                                Non-food use  limitation:  No food tolerance  has
                                been established  for  product.  Contamination of
                                food or  food  animals  by product residues is  to be
                                strictly avoided.   Follow non-food use directions:

                                1)  Remove all  poultry and feeds from premises,
                                trucks,  coops,  and  crates.
                                2)  Remove all  litter  and droppings from floors,
                                walls, and surfaces of  facilities occupied or
                                traversed by  poultry.
                                3)  Empty all  troughs, racks, and other feeding and
                                watering appliances.
                                4)  Thoroughly clean all surfaces with  soap or
                                detergent and rinse with water.
                                5)  Saturate surfaces  with the recommended dis-
                                infecting solution  for  a period of 10  minutes.
                                6)  Ventilate  buildings, coops, and other closed
                                spaces.   Do not house poultry or employ equipment
                                until  treatment has been absorbed, set, or dried.
                                7)  Thoroughly scrub treated  feed racks, troughs,
                                automatic feeders,  fountains, and waterers with
                                soap or  detergent,  and  rinse with potable water
                                before reuse.
         Issued:   9-04-86
                                  V-081404-16
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                             EPA Compendium of Acceptable Uses

        Site.  Efficacy.         	Use Directions	
        Dosage and Formulation

        Poultry House Premises and Equipment (continued)

          Sanitizer

            213 ppm avail. Cl   Sanitization of precleaned equipment.
            (18% SC/S)

          Disinfectant
          Deodorizer

            566-1,056 ppm       Disinfection of precleaned surfaces.
             avail. Cl
            (18%, 20% SC/S)

        (Commercial and Industrial Uses)

IOOOA    Commercial. Industrial.
         and Institutional
         Premises and Equipment
         (Non-Medical)
                                General Instructions for Use;   The products regis-
                                tered in this site are for use on commercial,  in-
                                dustrial, institutional, and public premises and
                                equipment.

                                This site includes the premises and equipment of
                                the following areas:

                                1) Commercial - hotels, motels, theaters, office
                                buildings, airports, bus stations, and train ter-
                                minals.
                                2) Industrial - factories, mills, and industrial
                                plants and areas.
                                3) Institutional - schools, colleges, camps, corri-
                                dors, offices, auditoriums, institutions, and asy-
                                lums.
                                4) Public areas - public areas, public buildings,
                                or public rooms.

                                "Premises" is defined to include:  ceilings,
                                doors, doorknobs, fixtures, floors, light switch-
                                es, stairs, walls, windows, and woodwork.

                                Remove heavy surface soil or preclean surfaces
                                prior to treatment as indicated by label instruc-
                                tions.  One-step cleaner-sanitizers and cleaner-
                                disinfectants may be used without prior cleaning
                                of lightly or moderately soiled surfaces.  Dilute
                                product according to label directions.  Apply prod-
                                uct by mop, scrub, sponge, spray, or automatic
                                machine process.  Wet surfaces thoroughly.  Allow
        Issued:  9-04-86                 V-081404-17
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                             EPA Compendium of Acceptable Uses

                                                  Use Directions
Site. Effirapy.         	
Dosage and Formulation

Commercial. Industrial, and Institutional Premises and Equipment (Non-
 Medical) (continued)

                        recommended contact time.   Drain surface or rinse
                        with potable water where required.

  Sanitizer

    103-108 ppm avail.  Sanitization of precleaned equipment and surfaces.
     Cl
    (22.75%, 65% SC/S)

    207-235 ppm avail.  Sanitization of equipment and surfaces.
     Cl
    (5%,  17.5% SC/S)

  Disinfectant
  Deodorizer
BQBB      Mold/mildew

             602-1,070  ppm
              avail.  Cl
             (22.75%, 25.5%
              SC/S)
                        Disinfection and mold/mildew control on equipment
                        and surfaces.
         Issued:   9-04-86
                                  V-081404-18
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                              EPA Compendium of Acceptable Uses

         Site. Efficacy.         	Use Directions	
         Dosage and Formulation

           (Food and Feed Processing Plants)

           General Information:
           Equipment and food contact  surfaces general instructions for use;  Thor-
           oughly clean and  rinse equipment.  Sanitize immediately before equipment
           is to be used, or as  specified by local regulations.  One-step sani-
           tizer-cleaners and disinfectant-cleaners may be used without prior clean-
           ing.  Dilute product  as directed.  Application may be made by wet wipe,
           scrub, flood, flush,  rinse,  circulation, immersion, or spray methods.
           Allow the solution to drain and air dry.  Do not  rinse the surface with
           water after sanitizing as this will recontaminate the surface.

           Observe local regulations regarding contact period of the sanitizing
           solution.  A 2 minute contact time is  stipulated  by health departments
           that follow the United States Public Health Service Ordinance and Code.

           Sanitizing solutions  are regulated by  the Food and Drug Administration
           as Indirect Food  Additives  under Title 21, Code of Federal Regulations,
           Section 178.1010.  Solutions specified in this section may be safely
           used on food processing equipment within the prescribed conditions.  The
           solutions may not exceed specified concentrations (100 ppm available
           chlorine).

           Follow label instructions for products registered for use on food con-
           tact surfaces with are disinfectants.

           Premises  (i.e.. floors, walls, and other non-food contact surfaces) gen-
           eral instructions for use:   Product directions may require a precleaning
           step before treatment.  Remove all particulate contamination.  Applica-
           tion may  be by wipe,  scrub, rinse, mop, or spray.  Allow recommended con-
           tact time.  Avoid contamination of food contact surfaces and food when
           applying  pesticide solutions.  Drain surfaces thoroughly.  Rinse with
           potable water where  required.

           For mold/mildew control, preclean hard non-porous surfaces prior to
           treatment when required.  Apply by sponge, cloth, mop, or spray.  Allow
           to dry.   Do not rinse.  Repeat periodically or when mold/mildew growth
           appears.

1001JE   Bakery Processing
1001JF     Equipment
                                 General Instructions for Use;  The products regis-
                                 tered in  this  site are  for  use on  bakery equip-
                                 ment.

3          Sanitizer

             235-250 ppm avail.  Sanitizer-cleaner for equipment  and surfaces.
              Cl
              (5% SC/S)
          Issued:   9-04-86                 V-081404-19                                ~J 4

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   B01JF
Site. Efficacy,
Dosage and Formulation

Bakery Processing Plant
 Premises
                               EPA Compendium of Acceptable Uses

                                  	  	       Use Directions
  D19JE
Beverage Processing
 Equipment
                                   General  Instructions  for Use;  The products regis-
                                   tered  in this  site  are  for use on bakery process-
                                   ing  plant premises  (i.e., floors, walls and other
                                   non-food contact  surfaces).

                                   Refer  to Bakery Processing Equipment  for efficacy,
                                   dose,  and use  directions.
                                   General  Instructions  for Use:  The products regis-
                                   tered  in this  site  are  for use on beverage process-
                                   ing  equipment.   Beverage processing  equipment  in-
                                   cludes utensils,  tanks, vats, hoses, pipelines,
                                   fillers, capping, crowning,  and bottling  equipment
                                   and  other beverage  contact equipment used in bever-
                                   age,  soft drink,  carbonated  beverage, and bottling
                                   plant  processing.   Included  in this  section are
                                   products intended for final  sanitizing  of beverage
                                   bottles, cans,  and  other containers.
             Sanitizer
               101-132  ppm avail.   Sanitization of  precleaned equipment  and  utensils.
                Cl
               (7%,  10%,  15%,  22%,
                25.8%,  26.5%,
                27%,  30%,  65%
                SC/S)

               235-275  ppm avail.   Sanitization of  equipment  and utensils.
                Cl
               (5%,  7%, 15%, 22%,
                26.5%,  27% SC/S)
71003JF
Brewery Premises
                                   General Instructions for Use:   The products regis-
                                   tered in this site are for use on brewery premises
                                   (i.e.,  floors, walls,  and other non-food contact
                                   surfaces).
23
  Sanitizer
               236 ppm avail.  Cl   Sanitizer-cleaner for surfaces.
               (5% SC/S)
           Issued:   9-04-86
                                 V-081404-20
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  3JE
 004JE
1012JE
'1012JF
                               EPA Compendium of Acceptable Uses
Site. Efficacy.
Dosage and Formulation

Brewery Processing
 Equipment
                                                    Use Directions
                                  General Instructions for Use:   The products  regis-
                                  tered in this site are for use on brewery process-
                                  ing equipment.   Brewery processing equipment in-
                                  cludes utensils, tanks, vats,  hoses,  pipelines,
                                  fillers, capping and crowning  equipment,  filters,
                                  fermenters,  and other food contact equipment used
                                  in brewery processing.
            Sanitizer
              101-137 ppm avail.   Sanitization of precleaned equipment and utensils.
               Cl
              (6%,  22%,  25%,  40%
               SC/S)

              201-260 ppm avail.   Sanitization of equipment and utensils.
               Cl
              (5%,  22% SC/S)
Cannery Processing
 Equipment
            Sanitizer

              95 ppm avail.
              (25% SC/S)
                                  General Instructions for Use:   The product regis-
                                  tered in this site is for use  on cannery process-
                                  ing equipment including vats,  conveyor belts,
                                  utensils, tanks,  hoses, pipelines, fillers,  and
                                  other food contact surfaces.
                  Cl    Sanitization of precleaned equipment and utensils.
Egg Processing Equip-
 ment
                                  General Instructions for Use:   The products regis-
                                  tered in this site are for use on egg processing
                                  equipment (i.e.,  egg breaking  equipment,  egg wash-
                                  ers, and other food contact surfaces).
            Sanitizer
              99-108 ppm avail.   Sanitization of precleaned equipment and surfaces.
               Cl
              (22.75%, 25% SC/S)
          Issued:   9-04-86
                                 V-081404-21
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 012JF
 1000JE
13
         Site. Efficary,
         Dosage and Formulation
         Egg Processing  Equipment  (continued)
                     EPA Compendium of Acceptable Uses

                         	Use Directions
  Disinfectant
  Deodorizer

    1,070 ppm avail.
     Cl
    (22.75% SC/S)

Egg Processing Plant
 Premises
Food Processing Equip-
 ment and Surfaces
 (Food Contact)
                                  Disinfectant-cleaner  for equipment and surfaces,
                                  General  Instructions  for Use;  The products regis-
                                  tered in this  site  are  for use in egg processing
                                  plant premises (i.e., floors, walls, and other
                                  non-food contact  surfaces).

                                  Refer to Egg Processing Equipment for efficacy,
                                  dose, and use  directions.
                                  General  Instructions  for  Use:  The  products  regis-
                                  tered in this  site  are  for  use on food  processing
                                  equipment (i.e.,  blanchers,  evaporators, fillers,
                                  tanks, vats, pipelines, valves,  utensils,  cutting
                                  boards,  and other food  contact surfaces).
  Sanitizer

    99-102 ppm avail.
     Cl
    (36%, 45% P/T)
      or
    82-137 ppm avail.
     Cl
    (0.65%, 1%, 2.5%,
     3%, 5%, 6%, 6.9%,
     7%, 7.6%, 8%, 10%,
     14.5%, 15%, 16.5%,
     20.84%, 22%,
     22.25%, 22.75%,
     25%, 25.8%, 26.5%,
     27%, 30%, 40%, 65%
     SC/S)
                                  Sanitization of  precleaned  equipment  and utensils.
          Issued:   9-04-86
                                 V-081404-22
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                            EPA  Compendium of Acceptable Uses

       Site. Efficacy.         	Use Directions	
       Dosage and  Formulation

       Food Processing Equipment and  Surfaces (Food Contact) (continued)

           189-309 ppm avail.  Sanitization  of  equipment and utensils.
            Cl
           (26.5%  G)
           (15%  P/T)
           (5%,  7%, 15%,
            16.5%, 17.5%,  18%,
            20%, 22%, 27%,
            30.32% SC/S)

          Disinfectant
          Deodorizer

           306-1,112 ppm      Disinfectant-cleaner for equipment  and utensils.
            avail. Cl
            (3%, 5%, 7%,  8%,
             14.5%, 16.5%,  22%,
            25.8% SC/S)

IOOJF    Food Processing  Plant
         Premises
                                General  Instructions for Use;   The  products  regis-
                                tered in this site  are  for  use  on food processing
                                plant premises (i.e., floors, walls,  and  other
                                non-food contact surfaces).

          Sanitizer

            93-124 ppm avail.    Sanitization of  precleaned  surfaces.
             Cl
            (0.65%, 1%,  5%, 6%,
             7%,  22%, 40% SC/S)

            201-275 ppm avail.   Sanitization of  surfaces.
             Cl
            (5%,  7%, 7.6%,  22%
             SC/S)
        Issued:  9-04-86                 V-081404-23

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 )OOGA
VBQBB
                              EPA Compendium of Acceptable Uses

                                                   Use Directions
Site. Effirary,
Dosage and Formulation
         Food Processing Plant Premises (continued)

           Disinfectant
           Deodorizer

           Mold/mildew

             306-920 ppm avail.  Disinfection of surfaces.
              Cl
             (5%, 7%, 14.5%,
              22%, 25.5%, 25.8%
              SC/S)
    1,092-4,784 ppm
     avail. Cl
    (25% SC/S)

Food Transportation
 Vehicles
   Disinfectant
   Deodorizer

   Mold/mildew

     602  ppm avail.  Cl
     (25.5% SC/S)
                                 Disinfection and mold/mildew control on surfaces.
                                 General Instructions for Use;   The product regis-
                                 tered in this site is for use  in food transporta-
                                 tion vehicles (i.e., tank trucks, refrigerator
                                 cars, etc.).

                                 Remove foodstuffs prior to treatment.  Preclean
                                 surfaces.  Dilute product following specific label
                                 instructions.  Apply diluted product and scrub.
                                 Allow recommended contact time.  Rinse all sur-
                                 faces coming in contact with food with potable
                                 water prior to reuse.
                                 Disinfection and mold/mildew control on surfaces,
         Issued:  9-04-86
                                  V-081404-24
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                            EPA Compendium ot  Acceptable uses
 JF
I8JE
Site. Effirany,
Dosage and Formulation

Fruit and Vegetable
 Premises
         Sanitizer

           118  ppm  avail.
           (5%  SC/S)

         Disinfectant
         Deodorizer
    467-920 ppm avail.
     Cl
    (5% SC/S)

Meat Processing Equip-
 ment
         Sanitizer
                                                 Use  Directions
                               General  Instructions  for  Use:   The  product  regis-
                               tered in this site is for use  in fruit and  vegeta-
                               ble storage areas  and premises (i.e.,  floors,
                               vails,  ceilings, and  other non-food contact sur-
                               faces).
                   Cl   Sanitization of precleaned surfaces.
                               Disinfectant-cleaner for surfaces.
                               General Instructions for Use;   The products  regis-
                               tered in this site are for use on food contact sur-
                               faces in meat processing plants (i.e., work
                               tables, cutting block surfaces, saws,  grinders,
                               utensils, coolers, cleavers,  gambrels, carts,
                               trays, racks, trolleys, and other equipment  and
                               food contact surfaces).
           [MAI]               Sanitizer-cleaner for equipment and utensils.
           146-433 ppm avail.   Formulated with trichloro-s-triazinetrione.
            Cl
           (2% SC/S)

           97-137 ppm avail.    Sanitization of precleaned equipment and utensils.
            Cl
           (2.5%, 5%, 8%, 25%,
            25.5% SC/S)
         Disinfectant
         Deodorizer

           376-1,112 ppm
            avail. Cl
           (5%, 8%, 25% SC/S)
                         Disinfectant-cleaner  for  equipment  and  utensils.
       Issued:  9-04-86
                                  V-081404-25
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  JJF
 QBE
305JE
Site. Efficacy,
Dosage and Formulation

Meat Processing Plant
 Premises
                             EPA Compendium of Acceptable Uses

                                	Use Directions
  Sanitizer

    [MAI]
    146-433 ppm avail.
     Cl
    (2% SC/S)

    118 ppm avail. Cl
    (5% SC/S)

  Disinfectant
  Deodorizer

  Mold/mildew

    467-920 ppm avail.
     Cl
    (5% SC/S)

    602 ppm avail. Cl
    (25.5% SC/S)

Milk Processing Equip-
 ment
                                General Instructions for Use:  The products regis-
                                tered in this site are for use in meat processing
                                plant premises (i.e., floors, walls, ceilings, and
                                other non-food contact surfaces).
                                Sanitizer-cleaner for surfaces.
                                Formulated with trichloro-s-triazinetrione.
                                Sanitization of precleaned surfaces.
                                Disinfection of surfaces.
                                Disinfection and mold/mildew control on surfaces.
          Sanitizer

            95-137 ppm avail.
             Cl
            (20%, 20.84%,
             22.25%,  22.75%,
             25% SC/S)
                                General Instructions for Use:  The products regis-
                                tered in this site are for use in milk and dairy
                                processing plants.  Included in this section are
                                products used to sanitize blanchers, evaporators,
                                homogenizers, holding tanks, pipelines, valves,
                                utensils, butter starter tanks, cheese processing
                                equipment and utensils, and similar milk contact
                                equipment.
                         Sanitization of  precleaned  equipment  and  utensils.
        Issued:  9-04-86
                                  V-081404-26
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        Site. Efficacy.         	Use Directions	
        Dosage and Formulation

        Milk Processing Equipment (continued)

            212 ppm avail. Cl   Sanitization of precleaned equipment and utensils.
            (18% SC/S)

  )JE    Poultry Processing
         Equipment
                                General Instructions for Use:  The products regis-
                                tered in this site are for use on food contact sur-
                                faces in poultry processing and packing plants
                                (i.e., cutting surfaces, picking machines, uten-
                                sils, eviscerating lines, shackle lines, chill
                                tanks, packing tables, and other equipment and
                                food contact surfaces).

          Sanitizer

            99-124 ppm avail.   Sanitization of precleaned equipment and utensils.
             Cl
            (2.5%, 5%, 25%
             SC/S)
              or
            212 ppm avail. Cl
            (18% SC/S)

          Disinfectant
          Deodorizer

            467-920 ppm avail.  Disinfection of equipment and utensils.
             Cl
            (5% SC/S)

)09JF    Poultry Processing
         Plant Premises
                                General Instructions for Use:  The products regis-
                                tered in this site are for use in poultry process-
                                ing plants (i.e., floors, walls, ceilings, and
                                other non-food contact surfaces).

          Sanitizer

            118 ppm avail. Cl   Sanitization of precleaned surfaces.
            (5% SC/S)
        Issued:  9-04-86                 V-081404-27

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       Site.  Efficacy^         	Use Directions	
       Dosage and Formulation

       Poultry Processing Plant Premises (continued)

         Disinfectant
         Deodorizer

           467-920 ppm avail.  Disinfection of surfaces.
            Cl
           (5% SC/S)

         {Eating Establishments)

I6JE    Eating Establishment
        Equipment and Utensils
                               General Instructions for Use:   The products regis-
                               tered in this site are for use on equipment and
                               utensils in eating establishments (i.e.,  restau-
                               rants, taverns, bars, cafeterias, etc.) where food
                               and beverages are served.  Utensils include silver-
                               ware, dishes, glassware, and similar cooking and
                               eating utensils.   Equipment includes fixtures,
                               stoves, sinks, and refrigerators.

                               Sanitizers which are registered for use  on food
                               contact surfaces are required to be in compliance
                               with the food additive regulations identified in
                               Title 21 Code of Federal Regulations, Section
                               178.1010, Sanitizing solutions.

                               Sanitizer food contact surface treatment  instruc-
                               tions;
                               1) Remove surface soils by scraping or flushing
                               with water.
                               2) Wash with a suitable detergent or cleaner.
                               3) Rinse with potable water.
                               4) Dilute product according to label directions.
                               5) Apply by immersion, flooding, spraying, mop-
                               ping, sponging, or wiping making sure to wet all
                               surfaces thoroughly.
                               6) Allow for the specified contact time (at least
                               1 minute).
                               7) Allow the use solution to drain and air dry.
                               8) Do not rinse the surface with water after
                               sanitizing as this will recontaminate the surface.

                               Follow label instructions for products registered
                               for use on food contact surfaces which are disin-
                               fectants.
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                             EPA Compendium of Acceptable Uses

                                       	Use Directions
Site. Effirary,         ^	
Dosage and Formulation

Eating Establishment Equipment and Utensils (continued)

  Sanitizer

    98-102 ppm avail.   Sanitization of precleaned equipment and utensils.
     Cl
    (36%, 45%, 86%
     P/T)
      or
    82-156 ppm avail.
     Cl
    (6%, 6.9%, 7%,
     7.25%, 7.6%,
     14.5%, 22%, 22.5%,
     22.75%, 25%,
     25.8%, 40%, 65%
     SC/S)

    207-309 ppra avail.  Sanitizer-cleaner for equipment and utensils.
     Cl
    (15% P/T)
    (5%, 17.5%, 22%,
     30.32% SC/S)

  Disinfectant
  Deodorizer
                                Disinfectant-cleaner for surfaces.
    (0.45% WP)

  (Food Markets)

Food Dispensing Equip-
 ment
          Sanitizer

            118 ppm avail. Cl
            (5% SC/S)
                                General Instructions for Use:  The products regis-
                                tered in this site are for use on food dispensing
                                equipment (e.g., vending machines, beverage dis-
                                pensers, soft serve ice cream machines, etc.).

                                Dilute product.  Pour solution into hopper of soft
                                serve ice cream machine and circulate for 10 min-
                                utes.
                        Sanitization of soft serve ice cream machines.
        Issued:  9-04-86
                                                                                    84
                                 V-081404-29

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          Site.  Effirapy,
          Dosage and Formulation
            (Hospital and Related Institutions)
                     EPA Compendium of Acceptable Uses

                        	  	Use Directions
   I20A
Dental Appliances
            Sanitizer

              417 ppm avail. Cl
              (3% SC/S)
                                  General Instructions for Use;  The product regis-
                                  tered in this site is for use on dental evacuator
                                  systems.  Dilute product with warm water and stir
                                  well.  Draw 1 quart of the solution through the
                                  high volume hose and saliva ejector.  Rinse system
                                  with water.
                        Sanitizer-cleaner for appliances.
          (Domestic and Human Uses)

            (Bathrooms)
  0030A
Bathroom Premises
!3
!4
>2
>4
   Sanitizer
   Deodorizer

     236  ppm avail.
     (5%  SC/S)

   Disinfectant
   Deodorizer
              (0.45% WP)
                                  General Instructions for Use;  The products regis-
                                  tered in this site are for use in bathroom premi-
                                  ses (i.e., floors, walls, sinks, bathtubs, shower
                                  stalls, toilet seats, toilet exterior surfaces,
                                  and fixtures).

                                  Preclean surfaces prior to treatment.  A preclean-
                                  ing step is not required for one-step disinfec-
                                  tant-cleaners.  Dilute product as directed.  Apply-
                                  by mop, sponge, brush, cloth, or spray.  Wet sur-
                                  faces thoroughly.  Allow required contact time.
                                  Rinse where required.

                                  Porous surfaces such as grout and unfinished or
                                  scarred surfaces may require a higher concentra-
                                  tion of antimicrobial than non-porous surfaces
                                  such as porcelain and tile.
                             Cl   Deodorization and sanitization of surfaces.
                                  Disinfectant-cleaner  for  surfaces.
          Issued:  9-04-86
                                  V-081404-30
                                                                                       85

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40A
Site. Effirary,
Dosage and Formulation

Toilet Bowls and Uri-
 nals
                            EPA Compendium of Acceptable Uses

                                	Use Directions
)7HD
         Disinfectant
         Deodorizer
    (0.45% WP)

  (Laundry)

Diapers (Commercial)
         Sanitizer

           189 ppm avail. Cl
           (18% SC/S)
                               General Instructions for Use:   The product regis-
                               tered in this site is for use on toilet bowl and
                               urinal surfaces and water.
                               Disinfectant-cleaner for surfaces.
                               General Instructions for Use;   The products regis-
                               tered in this site are for use on large loads of
                               diapers in large commercial wash wheels with dos-
                               ages based on 100 pounds of dry fabric.  The prod-
                               ucts are for use by diaper services and hospital,
                               industrial, and institutional  laundries only.  The
                               object of control of the residual bacteriostats
                               and self-sanitizers is to inhibit the growth of
                               odor-causing and ammonia-producing bacteria (e.g.,
                               Brevibacterium ammoniagenes.)  which act on urine
                               in diapers.  Residual antimicrobial activity is
                               effective only under conditions of high relative
                               humidity or wet contamination.

                               Wet diapers should be spin dried before product is
                               applied.  Add the diluted product in the pre-wash,
                               followed by the regular wash cycle with a good
                               detergent.  Use sanitizing solution promptly after
                               mixing.
                         Sanitization of diapers.
       Issued:  9-04-86
                                                                                    86
                                 V-081404-31

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                            EPA Compendium of  Acceptable  Uses
6JU)
Site. Effirary,
Dosage and Formulation

Laundry (Hospital, Com-
 mercial, and Institu-
 tional)
         Sanitizer

           189 ppm avail.  Cl
           (18% SC/S)
             or
           215 ppm avail.  Cl
           (25.5% SC/S)
                                                 Use  Directions
                               General  Instructions  for  Use:   The  products  regis-
                               tered in this  site  are  for  the  treatment  of  laun-
                               dry (i.e.,  washable fabrics such as clothing,  lin-
                               ens,  sheets, towels,  blankets,  uniforms,  bathing
                               suits)  in commercial,  institutional,  and  medical
                               establishments (e.g.,  schools,  restaurants,
                               hotels,  motels,  athletic  facilities,  hospitals).
                               Commercial  machines typically handle  50 to  100
                               pounds  of fabric per  load and have  a  lower
                               fabric-to-water  weight  ratio (1:3 to  1:5) than
                               home  washing machines  (1:10 to  1:15).

                               Add to  wash wheel after machine has filled with
                               water or dilute  product in  a gallon of water and
                               add this dilution to  laundry.

                               Methods  of  Application:

                               Presoak.  Prepare product dilution.   Immerse con-
                               taminated fabric in solution.   Soak fabric for a
                               minimum of  10  minutes  contact time.   Launder.
                               Prerinse additive.   Spin fabric  dry.
                               to wash wheel  during prerinse  cycle.
                                                              Add product
                               Wash water additive.   Add product  to  wash water
                               with or without detergent as  directed.   Rinse
                               fabric following treatment.

                               First rinse additive.   Wash  fabric.   Add product
                               to first rinse water.   Rinse  fabric following
                               treatment.

                               Final rinse additive.   Wash  fabric and  rinse free
                               of all detergent.   Add product to  final  rinse
                               water or sour cycle.
                        Sanitization of  laundry.
       Issued:   9-04-86
                                                                                  87
                                 V-081404-32

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                            EPA Compendium of  Acceptable Uses

                                	Use  Directions
Site. Effiraov,         	
Dosage and Formulation

Laundry (Hospital, Commercial, and Institutional) (continued)

  Disinfectant

    430 ppm avail. Cl   Disinfection of laundry.
    (25.5% SC/S)

  (Refuse)
i10A
Garbage Containers
         Disinfectant
         Deodorizer

           416-1,398 ppm
            avail.  Cl
           (7%, 7.6%, 22%
            SC/S)
                               General Instructions  for  Use;  The products  in
                               this site are for use on  garbage  container sur-
                               faces.

                               Clean and rinse surfaces  prior to treatment.
                               One-step disinfectant-cleaners and sanitizer-
                               cleaners do not require a precleaning  step.
                               Dilute product as directed on  label.   Application
                               is by wipe, mop, swab, wash, rinse,  or spray.
                               Observe required contact  time.
                        Disinfectant-cleaner for surfaces.
       Issued:  9-04-86
                                                                                  88
                                 V-081404-33

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                               EPA Compendium of Acceptable Uses

         Listing  of  Registered Pesticide Products  by Formulation

   9901   100%  technical  chemical
           sodiua dichloro-s-triazinetrione (081404)                           100%
             004343-00003

   1002   93.1% formulation intermediate
           sodium dichloro-s-triazinetrione (081404)                          93.1%
             033906-00001   033906-00004   033906-00005

   0002   96% formulation intermediate
           sodium dichloro-s-triazinetrione (081404)                            96%
             000524-00106

   0002   98% formulation intermediate
           sodium dichloro-s-triazinetrione (081404)                            98%
             000230-00050   000230-00057   000230-00060   000230-00063

   .5002   98.5% formulation intermediate
           sodium dichloro-s-triazinetrione {81404)                          98.5%
             011551-00004

  i.0002   99% formulation intermediate                                           99%
           sodium dichloro-s-triazrwetTione (081404)
             001258-00852

  J.5002   99.5% formulation intermediate                                       99.5%
            sodium dichloro-s-triazineifcrione t(081404)
             006199-00002   010182-OS031

  0.0004    10%  granular
           sodium dichloro-s-triazinetrions; C'081404)                            10%
             007547-00015

 :0.0004   20% granular
            sodium dichloro-s-triazineteione (081404)                            20%
              007547-00016

 J5.0004    25%  granular
            sodium dichloro-s-triazinettEiione (081404)                            25%
              008540-00014

 26.5004   26.5% granular
            sodium dichloro-s-triazinetrione (081404)                          26.5%
              004389-00053

 30.0004    30% granular
            sodium dichloro-s-triazinetrione (081404)                            30%
              004643-00024

'34.0004    34% granular
            sodium dichloro-s-triazinetrione (081404)                            34%
              005185-00146   005185-00160   010305-00010
                                                                                      89
          Issued:  9-04-86                 V-081404-34

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                               EPA Compendium of Acceptable Uses

          Listing of Registered Pesticide Products by Formulation (continued)

    7004   36.7% granular
            sodium dichloro-s-triazinetrione (081404)                          36.7%
            copper sulfate  (024401)                                             8.7%
                                                                               45.4%
              009087-00006

    3004   38.3% granular
            sodium dichloro-s-triazinetrione (081404)                          38.3%
              005185-00107    005185-00135

   .0004   40% granular
            sodium dichloro-s-triazinetrione (081404)                            40%
              005185-00112    007547-00014

   .5004   47.5% granular
            sodium dichloro-s-triazinetrione (081404)                          47.5%
              007364-00018    008791-00005

  ).0004   50% granular
            sodium dichloro-s-triazinetrione (081404)                            50%
              003876-00050

  1.0004   51% granular
            sodium dichloro-s-triazinetrione (081404)                            51%
              009237-00007

  6.0004   55% granular
            sodium dichloro-s-triazinetrione (081404)                            55%
              003432-00041

  55.5004   55.5% granular
            sodium dichloro-s-triazinetrione (081404)                          55.5%
              007368-00036

 55.6004   55.6% granular
            sodium dichloro-s-triazinetrione (081404)                          55.6%
              006284-00049

 57.0004   57% granular
            sodium dichloro-s-triazinetrione (081404)                            57%
              003525-00053    007124-00060   045309-00021

 '60.0004   60% granular
            sodium dichloro-s-triazinetrione (081404)                            60%
              009157-00024

 164.6004   64.6% granular
            sodium dichloro-s-triazinetrione (081404)                          64.6%
              005185-00310    005185-00311

)80.7004   80.7% granular
            sodium dichloro-s-triazinetrione (081404)                          80.7%
              005185-00312


                                                                                        90
          Issued:  9-04-86                  V-081404-35                                  7U

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   6004
   7004
   0004
   5004
  .0004
  i.0004
 7.DDD4
 7.5004
 8.0004
J8.5004
99.0004
                     EPA Compendium of Acceptable Uses

Listing of Registered Pesticide Products by Formulation (continued)

81.6% granular
  sodium dichloro-s-triazinetrione (081404)
  sodium bromide (013907)

    005185-00376

87.7% granular
  sodium dichloro-s-triazinetrione (081404)
    006284-00048

89% granular
  sodium dichloro-s-triazinetrione (081404)
    008791-00027

90.5% granular
  sodium dichloro-s-triazinetrione (081404)
    005185-00309

95% granular
  sodium dichloro-s-triazinetrione (081404)
    001124-00036   001622-00050   001729-00135*  004462-00051
    008544-00001   008544-00002   009584-00008   009808-00002
    009828-00001   010718-00001   050974-00001*  050974-00005*
      *jacket currently unavailable for review
                                                                              81.6%
                                                                              14.6%
                                                                              96.2%
                                                                              87.7%
                                                                                89%
                                                                              90.5%
                                                                                95%
96% granular
  sodium dichloro-s-triazinetrione  (081404)
    000524-00325   000524-00335   000524-00338
    000524-00383   000524-00389   003432-00050
    007368-00037   008959-00038   008959-00040
    035909-00010

97% granular
  sodium dichloro-s-triazinetrione  (081404)
    007616-00001   011481-00002

97.5% granular
  sodium dichloro-s-triazinetrione  (081404)
    009611-00003

98% granular
  sodium dichloro-s-triazinetrione  (081404)
    000438-00052   006809-00008

98.5% granular
  sodium dichloro-s-triazinetrione  (081404)
    039841-00003

99% granular
  sodium dichloro-s-triazinetrione  (081404)
    000266-00008   001258-00861   001258-00897
                   001729-00093
                   006284-00003
                   007616-00047
                                                                                96%
                                                          000524-00381
                                                          006284-00042
                                                          010598-00008
                                                                                97%
                                                                              97.5%
                                                                                98%
                                                                              98.5%
                                                                                99%
             001258-00907
             005185-00319
             007616-00002
005185-00194
006284-00020
008544-00020
001258-00898
005185-00316
007296-00004
009087-00005
         Issued:   9-04-86
                                  V-081404-36
                                          91

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                               EPA Compendium of  Acceptable  Uses

         Listing of Registered Pesticide  Products  by Formulation  (continued)
   3004
  .5004
  1.9904
 5.0005
 16.0005
^.0005
J6.0005
35.0005
009087-00034
010897-00001
012465-00051
012200-00006
039743-00010
045309-00014
99.3% granular
t. .LAIVt^W /
009359-00020
010897-00031
015127-00009
033355-00007
039841-00007
045387-00015

009411-00009
011005-00001
015127-00010
033576-00006
042177-00016
048242-00001

010336-00003
012465-00050
015127-00011
037982-00019
045309-00012
054998-00002

  sodium dichloro-s-triazinetrione (081404)
    008405-00014

99.5% granular
  sodium dichloro-s-triazinetrione (081404)
    005185-00315   007531-00009   009087-00022
    010182-00050   011411-00001   037265-00055
    041760-00005   045898-00005   053346-00004

100% granular
  sodium dichloro-s-triazinetrione (081404)
    000550-00048   003432-00012   003432-00037
             004206-00024
             005736-00038
             007368-00059
             008859-00005
             009157-00005
             009639-00003
             010897-00009
             021144-00006
             033458-00017
                   004524-00025
                   007124-00020
                   008454-00002
                   008866-00002
                   009157-00018
                   010133-00001
                   011611-00005
                   027570-00003
                   035572-00004
005185-00054
007124-00041
008544-00010
008866-00019
009215-00008
010183-00016
018031-00001
030321-00001
036284-00003
      *jacket currently unavailable for review

15% pelleted/tableted
  sodium dichloro-s-triazinetrione (081404)
    005473-00004

36% pelleted/tableted
  sodium dichloro-s-triazinetrione (081404)
    035572-00001

45% pelleted/tableted
  sodium dichloro-s-triazinetrione (081404)
    046951-00001

86% pelleted/tableted
  sodium dichloro-s-triazinetrione (081404)
    003522-00018

95% pelleted/tableted
  sodium dichloro-s-triazinetrione (081404)
    009087-00021   009087-00023
                                                           010182-00010
                                                           037982-00023
003525-
005185-
007364-
008791-
009147-
009610-
010336-
021144-
032456-
050974-
00056
00133
00012
00004
00004
10189
00004
00004
00002
00006*
                                                                              99.3%
                                                                              99.5%
                                                                                100%
                                                                                 15%
                                                                                36%
                                                                                45%
                                                                                 86%
                                                                                 95%
         Issued:  9-04-86
                                 V-081404-37
                                                                                      92

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   4506
   0006
   6515
  ,0015
  .0015
  2.5015
 3.0015
 3.2015
 15.0015
 )6.0015
36.9015
07.0015
07.2515
                     EPA Compendium of Acceptable Uses

Listing of Registered Pesticide Products by Formulation (continued)

0.45% wettablP
  sodium dichloro-s-triazinetrione (081404)
    008123-00015

30% wettable powdpr
  sodium dichloro-s-triazinetrione (081404)
    033576-00020

0.65% soluble concentrate/solid
  sodium dichloro-s-triazinetrione (081404)
    004389-00046

1% soluble concentrate/solid
  sodium dichloro-s-triazinetrione (081404)
    004389-00070

2% soluble concentrate/solid
  sodium dichloro-s-triazinetrione (081404)
  trichloro-s-triazinetrione  (081405)

    010147-00019   010147-00021

2.5% soluble concentrate/solid
  sodium dichloro-s-triazinetrione (081404)
    003635-00044

3% soluble concentrate/solid
  sodium dichloro-s-triazinetrione (081404)
    010190-00002

3.2% soluble concentrate/solid
  sodium dichloro-s-triazinetrione (081404)
    003640-00061

5% soluble concentrate/solid
  sodium dichloro-s-triazinetrione (081404)
    000178-00012   004297-00013   004297-00014

6% soluble concentrate/solid
  sodium dichloro-s-triazinetrione (081404)
    000524-00365

6.9% soluble concentrate/solid
  sodium dichloro-s-triazinetrione (081404)
    005576-00012

7% soluble concentrate/solid
  sodium dichloro-s-triazinetrione (081404)
    001214-00035   002344-00002* 005185-00186
      *jacket currently unavailable  for  review

7.25% soluble concentrate/solid
  sodium dichloro-s-triazinetrione  (081404)
    010852-00003
                                                           010183-00002
                                                           006550-00004
                                                                              0.45%
                                                                                30%
                                                                              0.65%
                                                                                  1%
                                                                                 2%
                                                                                 2%
                                                                                 4%
                                                                               2.5%
                                                                                 3%
                                                                                3.2%
                                                                                  5%
                                                                                  6%
                                                                                6.9%
                                                                                  7%
                                                                               7.25%
          Issued:   9-04-86
                                  V-081404-38
                                                                                       93

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                              EPA Compendium of Acceptable Uses

         Listing of Registered Pesticide Products by Formulation (continued)

   1015   7.6% soluble concentrate/solid
           sodium dichloro-s-triazinetrione (081404)                           7.6%
             003640-00028   003640-00036

   )015   8% soluble concentrate/solid
           sodium dichloro-s-triazinetrione (081404)                             8%
             003640-00068

   0015   10% soluble concentrate/solid
           sodium dichloro-s-triazinetrione (081404)                            10%
             004828-00060   009584-00016

   5015   14.5% soluble concentrate/solid
           sodium dichloro-s-triazinetrione (081404)                          14.5%
             004524-00008

  .0015   15% soluble concentrate/solid
           sodium dichloro-s-triazinetrione (081404)                            15%
             003635-00101   005991-00022

  ,5015   16.5% soluble concentrate/solid
           sodium dichloro-s-triazinetrione (081404)                          16.5%
             009152-00014

  '.0015   17% soluble concentrate/solid
           sodium dichloro-s-triazinetrione (081404)                            17%
             001072-00013

  7.5015   17.5% soluble concentrate/solid
           sodium dichloro-s-triazinetrione (081404)                          17.5%
             000602-00185

 8.0015   18% soluble concentrate/solid
           sodium dichloro-s-triazinetrione (081404)                            18%
             000524-00368   000524-00369   007350-00014

 10.0015   20% soluble concentrate/solid
           sodium dichloro-s-triazinetrione (081404)                            20%
             004462-00039

 JO.8415   20.84%  soluble  concentrate/solid
           sodium dichloro-s-triazinetrione (081404)                         20.84%
             005185-00206

22.0015   22% soluble concentrate/solid
           sodium dichloro-s-triazinetrione (081404)                            22%
             001214-00034

22.2515   22.25%  soluble  concentrate/solid
           sodium dichloro-s-triazinetrione (081404)                         22.25%
             053263-00005
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        Listing of Registered Pesticide Products by Formulation (continued)

  '515   22.75% soluble concentrate/solid
          sodium dichloro-s-triazinetrione (081404)                         22.75%
            004524-00040

  1015   25% soluble concentrate/solid
          sodium dichloro-s-triazinetrione (081404)                            25%
            000524-00360   010321-00001

  5015   25.5% soluble concentrate/solid
          sodium dichloro-s-triazinetrione (081404)                          25.5%
            010147-00018

  8015   25.8% soluble concentrate/solid
          sodium dichloro-s-triazinetrione (081404)                          25.8%
            000875-00089

  5015   26.5% soluble concentrate/solid
          sodium dichloro-s-triazinetrione (081404)                          26.5%
            010634-00003

  ,0015   27% soluble concentrate/solid
          sodium dichloro-s-triazinetrione (081404)                            27%
            002136-00006   005991-00021

  .0015   28% soluble concentrate/solid
          sodium dichloro-s-triazinetrione (081404)                            28%
            053263-00019

  .0015   30% soluble concentrate/solid
          sodium dichloro-s-triazinetrione (081404)                            30%
            005185-00116

 U3215   30.32% soluble concentrate/solid
          sodium dichloro-s-triazinetrione (081404)                         30.32%
            042263-00002

 5.0015   36% soluble concentrate/solid
          sodium dichloro-s-triazinetrione (081404)                            36%
            003276-00009

 D.0015   40% soluble concentrate/solid
          sodium dichloro-s-triazinetrione (081404)                            40%
            000524-00357

7-0015   57% soluble concentrate/solid
          sodium dichloro-s-triazinetrione (081404)                            57%
            003525-00040   003525-00084

5.0015   65% soluble concentrate/solid
          sodium dichloro-s-triazinetrione (081404)                            65%
            000602-00141   000602-00182   000602-00293
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       Listing  of  Registered Pesticide Products  by Formulation  (continued)

 0015   96% soluble concentrate/solid
          sodium dichloro-s-triazinetrione (081404)                            96%
            040290-00010

 ,0015   99% soluble concentrate/solid
          sodium dichloro-s-triazinetrione (081404)                            99%
            003525-00041   039743-00010

 .3015   99.3% soluble concentrate/solid
          sodium dichloro-s-triazinetrione (081404)                          99.3%
            039118-00004

 .9915    100% soluble concentrate/solid
          sodium dichloro-s-triazinetrione (081404)                           100%
            007151-00001*
              *jacket currently unavailable for review
9999     State Label Registrations


                           037918-09427


                           011189-06927
AZ Reg. No.
  036839-03947
CA Reg. No.
  006809-04904
  011411-06978
          FL Reg. No.
            012711-03194
            037667-03384

          HI Reg. No.
            036025-06710

          NV Reg. No.
            011235-10579
                 012713-05488
                 037815-08416
                 036305-03066
011210-05984   011211-05430
020809-04523   035300-10074
038221-10470
        Issued:  9-04-86
                               V-081404-41
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                               Appendix A-1

Listing of Active Ingredient(s) Pound in Combination with the Report
 Chemical

                                                 EPA Acceptable
                                             Common/Chemical Name
Chemical
Code
024401
013907
081405
Common Name
(source)
copper sulfate
sodium bromide
trichloro-s-triazinetrione
 Use Common Name
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                        TRICHLORO-S-TRIAZINETRIONE

                             TABLE OF CONTENTS

Site Name	page

AQUATIC NONFOOD                                                    2
(Aquatic Sites)                                                    2
INDOOR                                                            13
(Animals and their Man-Made Premises)                             13
(Agricultural Premises and Equipment)                             14
(Household)                                                       20
(Commercial and Industrial Uses)                                  21
  (Food and Feed Processing Plants)                               22
  (Eating Establishments)                                         36
  (Hospitals and Related Institutions)                            39
  (Industrial Preservatives and Additives)                        40
(Domestic and Human Uses)                                         42
  (Bathrooms)                                                     42
  (Laundry)                                                       43

Air Washer Water Systems                                           2
Bakery Processing Equipment                                       23
Bakery Processing Plant Premises                                  24
Bathroom Premises                                                 42
Beverage Processing Equipment                                     24
Beverage Processing Plant Premises                                25
Brewery Pasteurizer Water                                          3
Brewery Processing Equipment                                      26
Cannery Processing Equipment                                      26
Commercial and Industrial Water Cooling Towers and Evapora-
  tive Condensers                                                   4
Commercial Egg Treatment                                          14
Commercial, Industrial, and Institutional Premises and Equip-
  ment (Non-Medical)                                               21
Dairy Equipment  (Unspecified)                                     16
Dairy Farm Milking Equipment                                      17
Eating Establishment  Equipment and Utensils                       36
Eating Establishment  Premises                                     38
Egg Processing Equipment                                          27
Egg Processing Plant  Premises                                     27
Farm Premises                                                     18
Fish and Seafood Processing Equipment                             27
Fish Processing  Plant Premises                                    28
Food Processing  Equipment and Surfaces (Food Contact)             28
Food Processing  Plant Premises                                    29
Hatchery Equipment                                                13
Heat Exchanger Water                                               6
Hospital Premises and Equipment                                   39
Household Premises and Contents                                   20
Laundry  (Hospital, Commercial, and Institutional)                 43
Laundry  (Household)                                               43
Leather and Leather Products                                      40
Meat Processing  Equipment                                         30
Meat Processing  Plant Premises                                    31
Milk Processing  Equipment                                         32

Issued:  9-04-86                 V-081405-i
Provisional Update:   3-25-88

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                             TABLE OF CONTENTS

Site Name	.	Page

Milk Processing Plant Premises                                    33
Oil Recovery Drilling Muds and Packer Fluids                      41
Poultry House Premises and Equipment                              19
Poultry Processing Equipment                                      34
Poultry Processing Plant Premises                                 35
Secondary Oil Recovery Systems                                     7
Sewage Systems                                                     8
Surgical Instruments                                              40
Swimming Pool Water                                                9
Toilet Bowls and Urinals                                          43
Zoo Premises and Equipment                                        14
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                        TRICHLORO-S-TRIAZINETRIONE

TYPE PESTTnTDF-  Algaecide, Antimicrobial, Fungicide

FORMULATIONS!
Tech (100%)
FI   (96%, 96.2%, 98%, 99%, 99.4%, 99.5%, 99.7%)
G    (0.6%,  16.63%,  20%, 25%, 26%, 33.26%, 49.89%, 50%, 55.6%, 61%, 62.3%,
     66%, 66.52%, 68%, 70%, 72.1%, 77.6%, 79%, 81%, 96.2%, 97%, 98%, 99%,
     99.1%,  99.4%, 99.5%, 99.9%,  100%)
P/T  (30%, 30.3%, 38.8%, 38.9%, 56%, 60%, 63%, 65%, 66%, 67%, 68%, 70%,
     78%, 80%, 81%,  82%, 89%, 90%, 93%, 94%, 95%, 95.4%, 96%, 97%, 98.6%,
     98.8%,  99%, 99.3%, 99.4%, 99.5%, 99.7%, 100%)
WP   (0.35%, 0.45%,  0.5%)
Irapr (99.5%)
SC/S (2%, 3.5%, 5%,  6%, 10%, 15%, 15.9%, 18%, 20%)

PRESENTATION OF INFORMATION:  All final concentrations are expressed in
parts per million (ppm) available chlorine.  Concentrations are rounded to
the nearest  whole number when the value is less than 1,000 and to the
third significant figure when the value is greater than 1,000.  Dilutions
are the ratio of the weight of the product to be diluted to the weight of
water in which the product is diluted.  The dilutions are rounded to the
nearest whole number.  For the purpose of ppm available chlorine concentra-
tion calculations, it is assumed  that 89 to 90 percent of the total weight
of the trichloro-s-triazinetrione product is available chlorine.
Definition of Terms:
ppm - parts  per million
ppm avail. Cl - parts per million available chlorine

GENERAL WARNINGS AND LIMITATIONS:  Triazinetriones are strong oxidants.
Fire may result from contact with heat, acids, organic or combustible mat-
ter.  Keep cover tightly closed.  Store container in an upright position
in a cool place.  Do not mix with anything but water.  Mixing with ammo-
nia, acid detergents, or acid toilet bowl cleaners causes release of haz-
ardous gasses.

Read labels  very carefully for specific warnings, human toxicity state-
ments, and environmental cautions.

Follow label directions for the disposal of the product container when
empty.

Environmental Hazards;  Trichloro-s-triazinetrione is toxic to fish.  Do
not discharge effluent containing this product into lakes, streams, ponds,
estuaries, oceans, or public waters unless this product is specifically
identified and addressed in an NPDES permit.  Do not discharge effluent
containing this product to sewer  systems without previously notifying the
sewage treatment plant authority.  For guidance contact your State Water
Board or Regional Office of the EPA.
Issued:  9-04-86                 V-081405-1
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                                                   Use  Directions
  BMA
.BAAA

iFQBB

IAAAA
Site. Effirary,         	
Dosage and Formulation

AQUATIC NONFOOD

(Aquatic Sites)

Air Washer Water Sys-
 tems
                        General Instructions for Use:  The products  regis-
                        tered for  this  site are intended  to control  the
                        growth of  slime-forming bacteria, fungi, and al-
                        gae.

                        Badly fouled  systems must be cleaned by any  suita-
                        ble means  before  treatment  is begun.  Make applica-
                        tion at a  point in the system where the chemical
                        will be uniformly mixed.  When algal or microbial
                        growth is  noticed, an initial high concentration
                        dosage should be  used and repeated until control
                        is achieved.  When control  is evident, a subse-
                        quent dosage  of lower concentration should be  used
                        to maintain control.  Should algae or slime  become
                        visible agaia,,  the initial  slug dose should  be
                        used, followed  by the maintenance procedure.

  Microbicide/microbistat

  Slime-forming bacteria

  Slime-forming fungi

  Algae

     2.7-5,3  ppm avail.  Initial treatment.  When  system is noticeably
      Cl                 fouled, add product to system.  Repeat until con-
     (20%,  99%, 99.4% G) trol is achieved.
     (98.8%,  99% P/T)
     (20% SC/S)
      or
     6.7-18 ppm avail.
      Cl
     (99.4% G)
     (99%,  99.4% P/T)
      or
     11-120 ppm avail.
      Cl
     (99.5% P/T)
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                                  V-081405-2
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                                                   Use Directions
  I05JE
ABAAA

AFQBB
Site. Effirary,         _
Dosage and Formulation

Air Washer Water Systems (continued)

    0.5-1.1 ppm avail.  Subsequent treatment.  When microbial control is
     Cl                 evident, add product to system.  Repeat as needed
    (20%, 99%, 99.4% G) to maintain 1  ppm of chlorine residual in the re-
    (98.8%, 99% P/T)    circulating water for at least 4 hours.
    (20% SC/S)
      or
    1.8-5 ppm avail. Cl
    (99%, 99.4% G)
                              Cl
      or
    11-60 ppm avail
    (99.5% P/T)

Brewery Pasteurizer
 Water
                        General  Instructions for Use:  The products regis-
                        tered  for  this  site are intended to control slime-
                        forming  bacteria  in tunnel pasteurizers and con-
                        tainer warmers.   Drain, clean, and refill pasteur-
                        izer prior to initial  treatment.  Add product to
                        the water  system  by manual or automatic propor-
                        tioner methods.   Add product to each compartment
                        or tank  and allow for  equal distribution through-
                        out the  pasteurizer system.  Maintain concentra-
                        tion of  product in the system by daily monitoring
                        and addition of product.  Periodically drain and
                        clean  the  system.

  Microbicide/micr obis tat

  Slime-forming  bacteria

  Slime-forming  fungi

    4-5.3 ppm avail. Cl Initial  treatment.  When system is noticeably
    (99% G)             fouled,  add product to system.  Repeat until con-
    (98.8%,  99%  P/T)    trol is  achieved.
      or
    5-120 ppm avail. Cl
    (99%, 99.4%  G)
    (99.5% P/T)
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                                  V-081405-3

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                                          Use  Directions
       Site.  Efficacy,          ^________	
       Dosage and Formulation

       Brewery Pasteurizer Water (continued)

           0.5-1.1 ppm avail.  Subsequent treatment.  When microbial control is
            Cl                 evident, add product to the system.  Repeat daily
           (99% G)             or as needed.
           (98.8%, 99% P/T)
             or
           5-60 ppm avail. Cl
           (99%, 99.4% G)
           (99.5% P/T)

19MA    Commercial and Indus-
        trial Water Cooling
        Towers and Evaporative
        Condensers
                               General Instructions for Use:  The products regis-
                               tered for this site are intended to control the
                               growth of slime-forming bacteria, fungi, and algae
                               which impair the efficiency of the system.  Meth-
                               ods of application may be slug feed treatment,
                               intermittent feed treatment, or continuous feed
                               treatment.

                               When algal or microbial growth is noticed, an ini-
                               tial high concentration dosage is used and repeat-
                               ed until control is achieved.  When control is evi-
                               dent, a subsequent dosage of lower concentration
                               is used to maintain control.  Should algae or
                               slime become visible again, the initial slug dose
                               should be used, followed by the maintenance proce-
                               dure.

                               Badly fouled systems must be cleaned by any suita-
                               ble means before treatment is begun.

                               Products may be fed by drip-feed device, measuring
                               container, or suitable chemical pump such as pro-
                               portioning, variable speed positive displacement,
                               or reciprocating types.  Manual additions may also
                               be used.  Products should be fed at a location in
                               the system where they will be uniformly mixed and
                               evenly distributed.
Issued:  9-04-86
                                         V-081405-4

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      Site. Efficacy.         	Use Directions	
      Dosage and Formulation

      Commercial and Industrial Water Cooling Towers and Evaporative Condensers
       (continued)

        Microbicide/microbistat

\A      Slime-forming bacteria

BB      Slime-forming fungi

AA      Algae

          2.6-160 ppm avail.  Initial treatment.  When system is noticeably
           Cl                 fouled, add product to system.  Repeat until con-
          (20%, 25%, 99%,     trol  is achieved.
           99.4%, 99.5%,
           99.9% G)
          (98.8%, 99%,  99.4%,
           99.5% P/T)
          (20% SC/S)

          0.5-120 ppm avail.  Subsequent treatment.  When raicrobial control is
           Cl                 evident,  add  product  to system.  Repeat as needed.
           (20%, 25%, 99%,
           99.4%, 99.5%,
           99.9% G)
           (95%, 98.8%,  99%,
           97.4%, 99.5% P/T)
           (20% SC/S)
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  8MA
Site. Effirary.
Dosage and Formulation

Heat Exchanger Water
                                                  Use Directions
                                General Instructions for Use;  The product regis-
                                tered  in this site is a microbistat used to con-
                                trol the growth of slime-forming bacteria, slime-
                                forming fungi, and algae in  industrial recirculat-
                                ing heat exchanger water.  The object of control
                                is to  stabilize the microbial population at a
                                level  at which slimes will not interfere with the
                                operating  efficiency of the  system.  This product
                                is intended for industrial and commercial use
                                only.

                                Systems should be drained and thoroughly cleaned
                                to remove  algae, microbiological slime and other
                                deposits prior to treatment.  Treatment involves
                                an initial dose which is repeated until microbial
                                control is obtained, followed by subsequent doses
                                added  periodically to maintain control.  Add prod-
                                uct at a point in the system where it will be uni-
                                formly mixed  and evenly distributed.  Application
                                is by  slug, intermittent, or continuous feed meth-
                                ods.   In systems which are not recirculating, prod-
                                uct should be added at various locations in the
                                system to  facilitate distribution of treatment.
                                Feed product  into system by  chemical metering pump
                                or disperse in measuring container.  The frequency
                                of addition of maintenance doses depends upon the
                                amount of  blowdown and the severity of  the micro-
                                biological problem.
-BAAA

tFQBB

lAAAA
   Microbicide/microbistat

   Slime-forming bacteria

   Slime-forming fungi
   Algae
             9.3-120 ppm avail.
              Cl
             (99%,  99.5% P/T)

             5-60 ppm avail.  Cl
             (99%,  99.5% P/T)
                         Initial  treatment.   When system is  noticeably
                         fouled,  add product to the system.   Repeat  until
                         control  is achieved.

                         Subsequent treatment.   When microbial control is
                         evident, add product to system.  Repeat as  needed.
         Issued:  9-04-86
                                  V-081405-6
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5MA
      Site. Effirary,
      Dosage and Formulation
Secondary Oil
 Systems
                                          Use Directions
                              General Instructions for Use:  The product regis-
                              tered for this site is intended for use in secon-
                              dary oil recovery water systems such as oil field
                              water flood or salt water disposal systems for the
                              control of sulfate-reducing bacteria (Desulfovi-
                              brio desulfuricans). and aerobic slime-forming
                              bacteria (Pseudomonas sp. and Bacillus sp.) which
                              impair the efficiency of the system.  Method of
                              application may be slug, intermittent, or continu-
                              ous.

                              Slug Feed Treatment.  Treatment that involves addi-
                              tion of a specified dose to the system at 1 time.
                              Treatment may be repeated at intervals, usually
                              once a day or less frequently.

                              Intermittent Feed Treatment. Treatment that is on
                              a semi-continuous basis.  Provides a continuous
                              dosage over a brief period and is repeated at stat-
                              ed intervals.

                              Continous Feed Treatment.  Treatment that is on an
                              uninterrupted basis to provide a sustained concen-
                              tration.  Usually an initial slug dose is used to
                              establish control prior to continuous treatment.

                              When algal or microbial growth is noticed, an ini-
                              tial high concentration dosage is used and repeat-
                              ed to obtain control.  When control is evident, a
                              subsequent dosage of lower concentration is used
                              to maintain control.

                              Badly fouled systems must be cleaned by any suita-
                              ble means before treatment is begun.

                              Product may be fed by drip-feed device, measuring
                              container, or suitable chemical pump such as pro-
                              portioning, variable speed positive displacement,
                              or reciprocating types.  Manual additions may also
                              be used.  Products should be fed at a location in
                              the system where they will be uniformly mixed and
                              evenly distributed.
      Issued:  9-04-86
                                 V-081405-7
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                                                 Use Directions
 AA
 AA

 IBB

 lAA
I26MA
Site. Effirary,         	
Dosage and Formulation

Secondary Oil Recovery Systems (continued)

  Microbicide/microbistat

  Slime-forming bacteria
  Sulfate-reducing bacteria

  Slime-forming fungi

  Algae

    25-254 ppm avail.   Initial slug, intermittent, or continuous feed
            Cl
            (99.5% P/T)
    25-127 ppm avail.
     Cl
    (99.5% P/T)

Sewage Systems
treatment.  When system is noticeably fouled,  add
product to the system.   Repeat until control is
achieved.

Subsequent slug, intermittent, or continuous feed
treatment.  When microbial control is evident, add
product to the system.   Repeat as needed.
                                General  Instructions for Use:  The products regis-
                                tered  for  this  site are used to control pathogenic
                                and  odor-causing microorganisms in sewage systems.
                                Sewage systems  include sewers, sewage effluent
                                water,  cesspools,  septic tanks, sewage settling
                                ponds,  sludge beds, storm  drains, and street cul-
                                verts .

                                Add  product  as  directed by the label.
          Disinfectant
            0.2  ppm residual  Cl  Disinfection  of  sewage.
            (99% G)
            (99% P/T)
              or
            0.5-1.5 ppm avail.
             Cl
            (99% P/T)
        Issued:   9-04-86
                                  V-081405-8
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IMA
Site. Effirary,
Dosage and Formulation

Swimming Pool Water
                                                Use Directions
                              General Instructions for Use:  The products regis-
                              tered for this site are for use as disinfectants
                              and algaecides in swimming pool water.  Treatment
                              procedures for swimming pool water include initial
                              treatment for newly filled pools, maintenance,
                              superchlorination, and winterizing.

                              Initial treatment.  For the initial treatment of
                              newly filled pools or for pool start-up, one or
                              more high doses of product are added until the
                              proper residual chlorine is established.  Prior to
                              initial treatment, backwash or properly clean fil-
                              ter system and adjust pH to specified range (usual-
                              ly pH 7.2 to 7.6 for chlorine-bearing products).

                              The use of a chlorine stabilizing agent such as
                              s-triazinetriol (cyanuric acid) is recommended by
                              some products prior to or following the initial
                              treatment.  The stabilizer (or conditioner) is
                              used to slow the dissipation rate of the residual
                              chlorine.  Stabilized pools usually require mainte-
                              nance of a higher concentration of residual chlo-
                              rine than unstabilized pools.

                              Maintenance.  To maintain the proper residual chlo-
                              rine, daily or less frequent doses of product are
                              added to the pool water.  Maintenance of a residu-
                              al chlorine is dependent on ambient temperature,
                              light intensity, bather load, and airborne contami-
                              nants.  Test pool water with test kits frequently
                              to maintain the proper residual chlorine level and
                              the proper pH. Follow label directions for method
                              of application (e.g., broadcast on the surface,
                              predissolve in water, and pour in skimmer, float-
                              ing dispenser, or automatic feeding device).

                              Superchlorination.  Superchlorination or shock
                              treatment is used to quickly increase the residual
                              chlorine in the pool water.  Superchlorination is
                              used periodically to control algae and reduce ac-
                              cumulated organic matter due to high temperatures,
                              rain, and wind.  Products usually specify treat-
                              ment once every 7 or 14 days.  Add when pool is
                              not in use.  Do not allow swimmers to enter pool
                              until residual chlorine falls below 2.0 to 3.0 ppm
                              as indicated by proper testing.

                              Winterizing.  Product is added to pool water to
                              control the growth of algae and odor-causing bac-
                              teria during the winter months.  Add product prior
                              to covering pool for the winter.
      Issued:   9-04-86
                                 V-081405-9
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Site. Effirary,         	
Dosage and Formulation

Swimming Pool Water (continued)

  Disinfectant

  Algae (including black algae)
                                      Use Directions
                        Initial pool water treatment.
                        May be formulated with potassium dichloro-s-
                        triazinetrione.
0.9-21.3 ppm avail.
 Cl
(26%, 55.6%, 61%,
 62.3%, 66%,
 66.52%, 68%, 70%,
 72.1%, 97%, 98%,
 99%, 99.5%, 100%
 G)
(38.9%, 56%, 60%,
 63%, 65%, 66%,
 67%, 68%, 70%,
 78%, 82%, 90%,
 99%, 99.3%, 99.5%,
 100% P/T)

[MAI]
0.9-1.8 ppm avail.
 Cl
(16.63%, 33.26%,
 49.89% G)
    0.2-5 ppm  residual  Maintenance pool water treatment.
     Cl                 May be formulated with one or a combination of:
    (55.6%,  62.3%,  66%, sodium bromide and potassium dichloro-s-triazine-
                        trione.
                    79%,
 66.52%, 70%,
 72.1%, 77.6%,
 97%, 98%, 99%,
 99.1%, 99.5%,  100%
 G)
 (38.8%, 56%, 60%,
 63%, 65%, 66%,
 67%, 70%, 78%,
 80%, 81%, 82%,
 89%, 90%, 93%,
 94%, 95%, 95.4%,
 96%, 98.6%, 98.8%,
 99%, 99.3% 99.4%,
 99.5%, 99.7%,  100%
 P/T)
  or
 Issued:   9-04-86
                             V-081405-10
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Site. Efficacy,         	Use Directions	
Dosage and Formulation

Swimming Pool Water (continued)

    [MAI]
    0.7-3 ppm residual
     Cl
    (33.26%, 49.89% G)
    (96% P/T)

    0.7-21.4 ppm avail. Superchlorination pool water treatment.
     Cl                 May be formulated with potassium dichloro-s-
    (61%, 66%, 66.52%,  triazinetrione.
     68%, 70%, 81%,
     97%, 99%, 99.5%,
     100% G)
    (38.9%, 56%, 60%,
     63%, 66%, 67%,
     80%, 82%, 99%,
     99.5%, 99.7%, 100%
     P/T)

    [MAI]
    5.9 ppm avail.
     Cl
    (49.89% G)

    5.4-26.8 ppm avail. Superchlorination pool water treatment for black
     Cl                 algae  control.
    (96.2%, 98%, 99%,
     100% G)
       or
    106 ppm avail. Cl
    (99% G)

    1.3-11.9 ppm avail. Winterizing pool water treatment.
     Cl                 May be formulated with alkyl*dimethyl  1-naphthyl-
     (50%, 99%  G)        methyl ammonium chloride *alkyl  (98% C12, 2% C14).
     (63%, 95%, 99%,
     99.5%, 100%
     P/T)

     [MAI]

     (97% P/T)
 Issued:   9-04-86                  V-081405-11

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Site. Efficacy,         	Use  Directions	
Dosage and Formulation

Swimming Pool Water (continued)

    4.7 ppm avail. Cl   Initial spa pool  water treatment.
    (99.5% G)
      or
    3 ppm avail. Cl
    (30.3%, 99% P/T)

    1-3.3 ppm residual  Maintenance spa pool water  treatment.
     Cl
    (99.5% G)
    (30.3%, 95%, 99%,
     99.3%, 99.5% P/T)

    8.7-9.3 ppm avail.  Superchlorination spa  pool  water  treatment.
     Cl
    (99.5% G)
      or
    5-6 ppm avail. Cl
    (30.3%, 99% P/T)
 Issued:   9-04-86                 V-081405-12
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                                          Use Directions
           Formulation
INDOOR
(Animals__ancL their Man-Made Premises)
HatcJhexJLEguipjnent
                        General Instructions for Use:  The products regis-
                        tered in this site are for use on hatchers, incuba-
                        tors, brooders, setters, trays, buggies, and other
                        hatchery surfaces.

                        Products are diluted with water.  Application is
                        by spray, wash, sponge, mop, brush, cloth, or auto-
                        mated systems.

                        Non-food use limitation:  No food tolerance has
                        been established for product.  Contamination of
                        food or food animals by product residues is to be
                        strictly avoided.  Follow non-food use procedures.

                        1) Remove all poultry from premises, trucks,
                        coops, and crates.
                        2) Remove all litter and droppings from floors,
                        walls, and surfaces of facilities occupied or
                        traversed by poultry.
                        3) Empty all troughs, racks, and other feeding and
                        watering appliances.
                        4) Thoroughly clean all surfaces with soap or
                        detergent and rinse with water.
                        5) Saturate surfaces with the recommended disin-
                        fecting solution for a period of ten minutes.
                        6) Ventilate buildings, coops, and other closed
                        spaces.  Do not house poultry or employ equipment
                        until treatment has been absorbed, set, or dried.
                        7) Thoroughly scrub treated  feed racks, troughs,
                        automatic feeders, fountains, and waterers with
                        soap or detergent, and rinse with potable water
                        before reuse.
  Sanitizer

    97 ppm avail.
    (99% P/T)
Cl    Sanitization of equipment.
Issued:  9-04-86
               V-081405-13
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 200A
Site. Effir.ary,
Dosage and Formulation

Zoo Premises and
 Equipment
                                                  Use Directions
          Disinfectant
          Deodorizer

            973 ppm avail. Cl
            (99% P/T)
                                General Instructions for Use;  The products regis-
                                tered for this site are for use on zoo premises
                                and equipment.
                        Disinfection of precleaned surfaces.
        (Agricultural Premises and Equipment)
i0010A
Commercial Egg Treat-
 ment
                                General Instructions for Use:  The products regis-
                                tered  in  this  site are for use in cleaning and san-
                                itizing commercial eggs (i.e., eggs intended for
                                human  consumption).  These products reduce bacte-
                                ria  on egg  shell  surfaces which cause spoilage of
                                fresh  and storage eggs.

                                Single step method:  Product  is used for cleaning
                                and  sanitizing of eggs in one-step.
                                Two  step  method:  Procedure requires 2  steps:
                                1) the initial cleaning of eggs and gross reduc-
                                tion of bacteria, followed by; 2) final sanitiza-
                                tion with a sanitizing rinse.  Products may be
                                cleaners  and sanitizers or sanitizers only.  Clean-
                                ers  and sanitizers are used in the first step or
                                in both steps.  Sanitizers are used only in the
                                final  sanitizing  step.

                                Eggs are  treated  by spray, dip, or immersion.
                                Label  directions  may specify  use of product in
                                1) spray, tank-type, brush, oscillating, propel-
                                ler, air-action,  automatic conveyor, or systemized
                                continuous  washers; 2) basket or immersion wash-
                                ers; or 3)  manual washing operations.   Follow manu-
                                facturer's  instructions for use of products in spe-
                                cific  washer units.  For immersion washing, a 2 to
                                5 minute  immersion of eggs is specified.  For egg
                                plants operating  under United States Department of
                                Agriculture supervision, immersion of eggs in
                                water  is  no longer permitted.

                                For  federally  inspected egg plants, operating un-
                                der  the supervision of the United States Depart-
                                ment of Agriculture, follow the regulations of the
                                U.S.D.A.  Egg Grading Branch for washing egg
                                shells.
                                                                                1  14
        Issued:   9-04-86
                                  V-081405-14

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Site. Effira^y,
Dosage and Formulatinn
Commercial Egg Treatment (continued)
                  Use Directions
                        U.S.D.A. recommended shell egg washing procedures:
                        1) Wash eggs promptly after gathering.
                        2) Do not try to clean excessively dirty eggs.
                        3) Water with an iron content in excess of 2 ppm
                        should not be used.
                        4) Do not reuse wash water except when used in a
                        continuous type washer.
                        5) Wash water temperature to be 90 F (32.2 C) or
                        higher.
                        6) Maintain wash water at a temperature 20 to 40 F
                        (11.1 to 22.2 C) warmer than the eggs.
                        7) Spray rinse washed eggs with warm potable water
                        containing an approved sanitizing compound.
                        8) Eggs should be reasonably dry before casing or
                        breaking.

                        Observe specific product directions concerning re-
                        quirements for product dilution, water tempera-
                        ture, contact time, and potable water rinse.  A
                        thorough potable water rinse should be specified
                        after final sanitizing treatment of eggs with resi-
                        dual sanitizer compound if eggs are to be immedi-
                        ately broken for use In the manufacture of egg
                        products.
  Sanitizer
    97 ppm avail. Cl
    (99% G)
    (99% P/T)
      or
    110-659 ppm avail.
     Cl
    (5% SC/S)
Sanitization of eggs.
Issued:  9-04-86
         V-081405-15
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                                "ompenaium or  Acceptaoie  uses
iSJE-2
Site. Effirary,
Dosage and Formulation

Dairy Equipment
 (Unspecified)
                                                 Use  Directions
                               General  Instructions  for  Use;   The  products  regis-
                               tered in this site are for  use  on dairy equipment
                               and dairy milk-contact surfaces.  Note:   Products
                               were placed in this entry when  the  product label
                               used the term "dairy" without specifying dairy
                               farm (milk production) and/or dairy plant (milk
                               processing).

                               Clean and rinse all equipment prior to  sanitiza-
                               tion.  Deposits of milk solids  will interfere  with
                               sanitization, thus all contaminating milk residue
                               must be flushed from  equipment  and  equipment sur-
                               faces prior to sanitization.  Activity  of chemical
                               sanitizers may be adversely affected by ingredi-
                               ents in washing compounds and organic matter car-
                               ried over from the wash solution.   A rinse between
                               the cleaning and the  sanitizing treatment is impor-
                               tant in maintaining the strength of the sanitizing
                               solution.  A one-step cleanersanitizer  may be  used
                               without prior cleaning.

                               Dilute product as directed  to prepare sanitizing
                               solutions.  Apply by  ciiculation,  immersion, wipe,
                               swab, brush,  or spray.  Allow  the  solution to
                               drain and air dry.  Do not  rinse the surface with
                               water after sanitizing as this  will recontaminate
                               the surface.

                               Observe local regulations regarding contact  time
                               of sanitizing solutions.  A 2 minute contact time
                               is stipulated by health departments that follow
                               the United States Public Health Service Ordinance
                               and Code.

                               Sanitizing solutions  used on food  contact equip-
                               ment and surfaces are regulated by  the  Food  and
                               Drug Administration and Indirect Food Additives
                               under Title 21, Code  of Federal Regulations, Sec-
                               tion 178.1010.  Solutions specified in  this  sec-
                               tion may be safely used on  food contact equipment
                               and surfaces that are adequately drained before
                               contact with food.  The solutions  may not exceed
                               specified concentrations (100 ppm available  chlo-
                               rine) .

                               Refer to Appendix F of the  Grade 'A' Pasteurized
                               Milk Ordinance - 1965 Recommendations of the Unit-
                               ed States Public Health Service for existing milk
                               sanitization standards and  local milk sanitization
                               regulations.
       Issued:   9-04-86
                                  V-081405-16
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                                                   Use Directions
!3
!4
Site. Efficary,         	
Dosage and Formulation

Dairy Equipment (Unspecified) (continued)

  Sanitizer

    100 ppm avail. Cl   Sanitization of precleaned equipment and utensils.
    (30% P/T)
      or
    271 ppm avail. Cl
    (6% SC/S)
  I05JE    Dairy Farm Milking
          Equipment
                                 General Instructions for Use;  The products regis-
                                 tered in this site are for use on dairy farm milk-
                                 ing equipment and utensils.  Products are used to
                                 sanitize milking machines, milk cans, tanks,
                                 lines, pails, inflations, teat cups, and similar
                                 equipment.

                                 Refer to Dairy Equipment (Unspecified) for general
                                 instructions for use.
                                 Sanitization of precleaned equipment and utensils.
  Sanitizer

    97 ppm avail. Cl
    (99% G)
    (99% P/T)
      or
    332 ppm avail. Cl
    (5% SC/S)

    95-100 ppm avail.
     Cl
    (3.5%, 10% SC/S)

  Sanitizer
  Deodorizer
              191-199 ppm avail.  Sanitizer-cleaner for surfaces.
               Cl
              (3.5%. 10% SC/S)
                                 Sanitization of precleaned surfaces.
          Issued:   9-04-86
                                 V-081405-17
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Site. Effi
                                                 Use Directions
                               _
       Dosage  and Formulation

       Dairy Farm Milking Equipment (continued)

         Disinfectant
         Deodorizer

           494-570 ppm avail.   Disinfectant-cleaner  for surfaces.
            Cl
           (3.5%, 10% SC/S)
)1JF
)5JF
Farm Premises
                               General  Instructions for Use;   The products  regis-
                               tered in this site are for use on Farm Premises
                               and Equipment.

                               Product  is diluted with water  and applied by rag,
                               swab, sponge, brush, sprayer,  or by immersion.

                               Non-food use limitation:  No food tolerance  has
                               been established for product.   Contamination of
                               food or  food animals by product residues is  to be
                               strictly avoided.  Follow non-food use procedures:

                               1) Remove all animals and feed from premises, vehi-
                               cles, and enclosures.
                               2) Remove all litter and manure from floors,
                               walls, and surfaces of barns,  pens, stalls,
                               chutes,  and other facilities and fixtures occupied
                               or traversed by animals.
                               3) Empty all troughs, racks, and other feeding and
                               watering appliances.
                               4) Thoroughly clean all surfaces with soap or
                               detergent and rinse with water.
                               5) Saturate all surfaces with the recommended dis-
                               infecting solution for a period of 10 minutes.
                               6) Immerse all halters, ropes, and other types of
                               equipment used in handling and restraining ani-
                               mals, as well as forks, shovels, and scrapers used
                               for removing litter and manure.
                               7) Ventilate buildings, cars,  boats, and other
                               closed spaces.  Do not house livestock or employ
                               treated equipment until product has been absorbed,
                               set, or dried.
                               8) Thoroughly scrub all treated feed racks,  man-
                               gers, troughs, automatic feeders, fountains, and
                               waters with soap or detergent, and rinse with pot-
                               able water before reuse.
       Issued:  9-04-86
                                  V-081405-18
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                             EPA Compendium of Acceptable Uses

                                 	Use Directions
Site. Effirapy,
Dosage and Formulation
        Farm Premises (continued)

          Sanitizer

            271  ppm avail.  Cl   Sanitization of precleaned equipment.
            (6% SC/S)
QOOJA
OOOGA
  Disinfectant
  Deodorizer

    973 ppm avail. Cl
    (99% P/T)

Poultry House Premises
 and Equipment
                                Disinfection of precleaned surfaces.
                                General Instructions for Use:   The products regis-
                                tered in this site are for use in poultry houses,
                                including broiler, layer, and  brooder houses,
                                cages, coops, crates, feeding  and watering equip-
                                ment and other equipment found on these premises.

                                Dilute product with water.  Apply by cloth, swab,
                                sponge, brush, spray, or immersion.   Before sani-
                                tizer or disinfectant treatment,  preclean and
                                rinse all surfaces thoroughly.

                                Non-food use limitation:  No food tolerance has
                                been established for product.   Contamination of
                                food or food animals by product residues is to be
                                strictly avoided.  Follow non-food use directions:

                                1) Remove all poultry and feeds from premises,
                                trucks, coops, and crates.
                                2) Remove all litter and droppings from floors,
                                walls, and surfaces of facilities occupied or
                                traversed by poultry.
                                3) Empty all troughs, racks, and other feeding and
                                watering appliances.
                                4) Thoroughly clean all surfaces with soap or
                                detergent and rinse with water.
                                5) Saturate surfaces with the  recommended disin-
                                fecting solution for a period  of 10 minutes.
                                6) Ventilate buildings, coops, and other closed
                                spaces.  Do not house poultry or employ equipment
                                until treatment has been absorbed, set, or dried.
                                7) Thoroughly scrub treated feed racks, troughs,
                                automatic feeders, fountains,  and waterers with
                                soap or detergent, and rinse with potable water
                                before reuse.
        Issued:   9-04-86
                                 V-081405-19
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  3000A
 3
 4
!2
!4
         Site. Effirary,         	
         Dosage and Formulation

         Poultry House Premises and Equipment (continued)
                                          Use Directions
  Sanitizer

    97 ppm avail.  Cl
    (99% G)

  Disinfectant
  Deodorizer

    973 ppm avail.  Cl
    (99% P/T)

(Household)

Household Premises and
 Contents
  Sanitizer

    95-100 ppm avail.
     Cl
    (3.5%, 10% SC/S)

  Sanitizer
  Deodorizer

    191-199 ppm avail.
     Cl
    (3.5%, 10% SC/S)

  Disinfectant
  Deodorizer
              (0.6% G)
              (0.35% WP)
               or
              494-570 ppm avail,
              Cl
              (3.5%, 10% SC/S)
                                 Sanitization of precleaned equipment.
                                 Disinfection of precleaned surfaces.
                                 General Instructions for Use:   The products regis-
                                 tered in this site are for use in household prem-
                                 ises (i.e., vails, floors, fixtures) and contents
                                 (i.e., furnishings, equipment and other hard sur-
                                 faces) .
                                 Sanitization of precleaned surfaces.
                                 Sanitizer-cleaner for surfaces.
                                 Disinfectant-cleaner for surfaces.
         Issued:   9-04-86
                                 V-081405-20
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 'OOOOA
22
24
23
          Site.  Efficacy.
          Dosage and  Formulation
                                          Use Directions
(Commercial and Industrial Uses)

Commercial. Industrial.
 and Institutional
 Premises and Equipment
 (Non-Medical)
                                  General  Instructions  for Use:   The  products  regis-
                                  tered in this site are for  use  on commercial,  in-
                                  dustrial,  institutional, and public premises and
                                  equipment.

                                  This site  includes the premises and equipment  of
                                  the following areas:

                                  1) Commercial - hotels, motels, theaters, wffice
                                  buildings,  airports,  bus stations,  and train ter-
                                  minals.
                                  2) Industrial - factories,  mills, and industrial
                                  plants and areas.
                                  3) Institutional - schools, colleges, camps, corri-
                                  dors, offices, auditoriums, institutions, and  asy-
                                  lums.
                                  4) Public  areas - public areas, public frnildiings,
                                  or public  rooms.

                                  Premises is defined to include:  ceilings, doors,
                                  doorknobs,  fixtures,  floors, liglht  switches,
                                  stairs,  walls, windows, and woodwork.
  Disinfectant
  Deodorizer
                                  Disinfectant-cleaner for surfaces.
     (0.6% G)
     (0.35%, 0.45%, 0.5%
     WP)
      or
     400-600 ppm avail.
     Cl
     (3.5%, 101, SC/S)

  Sanitizer

     95-100 ppm avail.
     Cl
     (3.5%, 10% SC/S)
                                  Sanitization of precleaned surfaces.
          Issued:  9-04-86
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                                 V-081405-21

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                                  Compendium of Acceptable Uses

         Site.  Efficacy,	Use Directions	
         Dosage and Formulation

         Commercial. Industrial, and Institutional Premises and Equipment (Non-
          Medical) (continued)
3           Sanitizer
4           Deodorizer
             191-199 ppm avail.  Sanitizer-cleaner of surfaces.
              Cl
             (3.5%, 10% SC/S)

           (Food and Feed Processing Plants)

           General Information;
           Equipment and food contact surfaces general instructions for use:   Thor-
           oughly clean and rinse equipment.  Sanitize immediately before equipment
           is to be used, or as specified by local regulations.   One-step sanitizer-
           cleaners and disinfectant-cleaners may be used without prior cleaning.
           Dilute product as directed.  Application may be by wet wipe, scrub,
           flood, flush, rinse, circulation, immersion, or spray methods.

           Observe local regulations regarding contact period of the sanitizing
           solution.  A 2 minute contact time is stipulated by health departments
           that follow the United States Public Health Service Ordinance and Code.
           Adhere to manufacturer's instructions regarding the temperature of di-
           luent and rinse.  Drain equipment and food contact surfaces thoroughly.
           Rinse with potable water when required.

           Sanitizing solutions are regulated by the Food and Drug Administration
           as Indirect Food Additives under Title 21, Code of Federal Regulations,
           Section 178.1010.  Solutions specified in this section may be safely
           used on food processing equipment within the prescribed conditions.  The
           solutions may not exceed specified concentrations (200 ppm).  A potable
           water rinse is not required following the use of the solutions, provided
           the equipment and surfaces are adequately drained before contact with
           food.  The solutions may not exceed specified concentrations.  A potable
           water rinse is required when drainage alone is inadequate to prevent
           adulteration of food products.

           The use of sanitizing solutions other than those identified in 21 Code
           of Federal Regulations, Section 178.1010, disinfecting solutions, one-
           step sanitizer-cleaners and disinfectant-cleaners must always be fol-
           lowed by a potable water rinse.

           Premises (i.e.. floors, walls, and other non-food contact surfaces) gen-
           eral instructions for use:  Product directions may require a precleaning
           step before treatment.  Remove all particulate contamination.  Applica-
           tion may be by wipe, scrub, rinse, mop, or spray.  Allow recommended con-
           tact time.  Remove or carefully protect food products and food packaging
           materials before using quaternary ammonium products.  Avoid contamina-
           tion of food contact surfaces and food when applying pesticide solu-
           tions.  Drain surfaces thoroughly.  Rinse with potable water where
           required.


                                                                              1 22
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                                Compendium  of Acceptable Uses

                                                Use Directions
Site. Effirary,         	
Dosage and Formulation

  (Food and Feed Processing Plants) (continued)

  General Information (continued)

  For mold/mildew control, preclean hard non-porous surfaces prior to
  treatment when required.  Apply by sponge, cloth, mop, or spray.  Allow
  to dry.  Do not rinse.  Repeat periodically or when mold/mildew growth
  appears.
)1JE    Bakery Processing
        Equipment
         Sanitizer

           95-100 ppm avail.
            Cl
           (3.5%, 10% SC/S)
                               General  Instructions  for Use;  The products regis-
                               tered in this  site  are  for use on bakery equip-
                               ment.
                        Sanitization of precleaned surfaces.
           332 ppm avail.  Cl    Sanitization of  precleaned  equipment and utensils,
           (5% SC/S)

         Sanitizer
         Deodorizer

           191-199 ppm avail.   Sanitizer-cleaner  for  surfaces.
            Cl
           (3.5%,  10% SC/S)

         Disinfectant
         Deodorizer

           494-570 ppm avail.   Disinfectant-cleaner for  surfaces.
            Cl
           (3.5%,  10% SC/S)
       Issued:  9-04-86
                                 V-081405-23
123

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 I1JF
019JE
Site. Effirary,
Dosage and ForimilaHnn

Bakery Processing Plant
 Premises
                             EPA Compendium of  Acceptable  Uses

                                 	Use  Directions
  Sanitizer

    95-100 ppm avail.
     Cl
    (3.5%, 10% SC/S)

  Sanitizer
  Deodorizer

    191-199 ppm avail.
     Cl
    (3.5%, 10% SC/S)

  Disinfectant
  Deodorizer

    494-570 ppm avail,
     Cl
    (3.5%, 10% SC/S)

 Beverage  Processing
 Equipment
          Sanitizer

            97 ppm avail. Cl
            (99% G)
            (99% P/T)
              or
                                General Instructions for Use:   The products regis-
                                tered in this site are for use on bakery process-
                                ing plant premises (i.e., floors, walls and other
                                non-food contact surfaces).
                                Sanitization of precleaned surfaces.
                                Sanitizer-cleaner for surfaces.
                                Disinfectant-cleaner for surfaces.
                                General Instructions for Use;   The products regis-
                                tered in this site are for use on beverage process-
                                ing equipment.   Beverage processing equipment in-
                                cludes utensils, tanks, vats,  hoses, pipelines,
                                fillers, capping, crowning, and bottling equipment
                                and other beverage contact equipment used in bever-
                                age, soft drink, carbonated beverage, and bottling
                                plant processing.  Included in this section are
                                products intended for final sanitizing of beverage
                                bottles, cans,  and other containers.
                         Sanitization  of  precleaned  equipment  and utensils.
        Issued:  9-04-86
                                  V-081405-24
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I019JF
        Site. Effiraoy,
        Dosage and Formulation
                     CFA Compendium of  Acceptable  Uses

                         	Use  Directions
        Beverage Processing Equipment (continued)

            271-332 ppm avail.
             Cl
            (5%, 6% SC/S)

            95-100 ppm avail.   Sanitization of precleaned surfaces.
             Cl
            (3.5%, 10% SC/S)

          Sanitizer
          Deodorizer

            191-199 ppm avail.  Sanitizer-cleaner for surfaces.
             Cl
            (3.5%, 10% SC/S)

          Disinfectant
          Deodorizer

            494-570 ppm avail.  Disinfectant-cleaner for surfaces.
             Cl
            (3.5%, 10% SC/S)
Beverage Processing
 Plant Premises
                                General Instructions for Use:  The products regis-
                                tered in this site are for use on beverage process-
                                ing plant premises (i.e., floors, walls, and other
                                non-food contact surfaces).
                                Sanitization of precleaned surfaces.
  Sanitizer

    95-100 ppm avail.
     Cl
    (3.5%, 10% SC/S)

  Sanitizer
  Deodorizer
             191-199 ppm  avail.  Sanitizer-cleaner for surfaces.
              Cl
             (3.5%, 10% SC/S)
        Issued:   9-04-86
                                 V-081405-25
125

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 03JE
 04JE
        Site. Efficacy,
        Dosage and Formulation
        Beverage Processing Plant Premises (continued)

          Disinfectant
          Deodorizer
                                          Use Directions
    494-570 ppm avail,
     Cl
    (3.5%, 10% SC/S)

Brewery Processing
 Equipment
                                Disinfectant-cleaner for surfaces.
I004JE
  Sanitizer

    97 ppm avail. Cl
    (99% G)
    (99% P/T)
      or
    332 ppm avail. Cl
    (5% SC/S)

Cannery Processing
 Equipment
                                General Instructions for Use;  The products regis-
                                tered in this site are for use on brewery process-
                                ing equipment.  Brewery processing equipment in-
                                cludes utensils, tanks, vats, hoses, pipelines,
                                fillers, capping and crowning equipment, filters,
                                fermenters, and other food contact equipment used
                                in brewery processing.
                                Sanitization of precleaned equipment and utensils.
                                General Instructions for Use:  The products regis-
                                tered  in  this  site are for use on cannery process-
                                ing  equipment  including vats, conveyor belts, uten-
                                sils,  tanks, hoses, pipelines, fillers, and other
                                food contact surfaces.

                                Refer  to  Brewery  Processing Equipment for dose and
                                use  information.
        Issued:   9-04-86
                                 V-081405-26
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         Site.  Efficacy.         	Use Directions	
         Dosage and Formulation

  I2JE    Egg Processing Equip-
          ment
                                 General Instructions for Use;  The products regis-
                                 tered in this site are for use on egg processing
                                 equipment including egg breaking, egg washers, and
                                 other food contact surfaces.

           Sanitizer

             96-97 ppm avail. Cl Sanitization of precleaned equipment and utensils.
             (99% P/T)

           Sanitizer
           Deodorizer

             [MAI]               Sanitizer-cleaner for equipment and surfaces.
             150-300 ppm avail.  Formulated with sodium dichloro-s-triazinetrione.
              Cl
             (2% SC/S)

 012JF    Egg Processing Plant
            Premises
                                 General Instructions for Use:  The product regis-
                                 tered in this site is for use in egg processing
                                 plant premises (i.e., floors, walls, and other non-
                                 food contact surfaces).

           Sanitizer
           Deodorizer

             [MAI]               Sanitizer-cleaner for equipment and surfaces.
             150-300 ppm avail.  Formulated with sodium dichloro-s-triazinetrione.
              Cl
             (2% SC/S)

I022JE    Fish and Seafood Proc-
          essing Equipment
                                 General Instructions for Use:  The products regis-
                                 tered in this site are for use on fish and seafood
                                 processing equipment.

3           Sanitizer

             292-487 ppm avail.  Sanitization of equipment and utensils.
              Cl
             (99% G)
             (99% P/T)
         Issued:  9-04-86                 V-081405-27

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        Site. Efficacy^         	Use Directions	
        Dosage and Formulation

  |2JF    Fish Processing Plant
         Premises
                                General Instructions for Use;  The product regis-
                                tered in this site is for use in fish processing
                                plant premises (i.e., floors, walls, and other non-
                                food contact surfaces).


          Disinfectant
          Deodorizer

            301-487 ppm avail.  Disinfection of precleaned surfaces.
             Cl
            (99% P/T)

 JODJT    Food Processing Equip-
         ment and Surfaces
         (Food Contact)
                                General Instructions for Use:  The products regis-
                                tered in this site are for use on food processing
                                equipment (i.e., blanchers, evaporators, fillers,
                                tanks, vats, pipelines, valves, utensils, cutting
                                boards, and other food contact surfaces).

I          Sanitizer

            95-117 ppm avail.   Sanitization of precleaned equipment and utensils.
             Cl
             (99% G)
             (30%, 99% P/T)
             (3.5%, 10%, 18%
             SC/S)
              or
             219-232 ppm avail.
             Cl
             (3.5%, 6%, 10%,
             18% SC/S)
              or
             332 ppm avail. Cl
             (5% SC/S)
        Issued:  9-04-86                 V-081405-28                            ] 28

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                                 jompenaium 01  Acceptable  uses

                                 	Use  Directions
Site. EfficarY.         	
Dosage and Formulation

Food Processine Equipment and Surfaces (Food Contact) (continued)

  Sanitizer
  Deodorizer

    191-199 ppm avail.  Sanitizer-cleaner for surfaces.
     Cl
    (3.5%, 10% SC/S)

    [MAI]               Sanitizer-cleaner for equipment and surfaces.
    150-300 ppm avail.  Formulated with sodium dichloro-s-triazinetrione.
     Cl
    (2% SC/S)

  Disinfectant
  Deodorizer

    385-577 ppm avail.  Disinfectant-cleaner for surfaces.
     Cl
    (3.5%, 10% SC/S)
iDOOJF    Food Processing Plant
         Premises
                                General Instructions for Use:   The  products  regis-
                                tered in this site are for use on food  processing
                                plant premises (i.e., floors,  walls,  and  other  non-
                                food contact surfaces).
                                Sanitization of precleaned surfaces.
  Sanitizer

    95-100 ppm avail.
      Cl
    (99% G)
    (3.5%, 10% SC/S)

  Sanitizer
  Deodorizer
            191-199 ppm avail.  Sanitizer-cleaner for surfaces.
             Cl
            (3.5%, 10% SC/S)
        Issued:  9-04-86
                                 V-081405-29
                                                                                  129

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308JE
                                Compendium of Acceptable Uses

                                                 Use Directions
Site. Efficary.         	
Dosage and Formulation

Food Processing Plant Premises (continued)

  Disinfectant
  Deodorizer

    385-577 ppm avail.  Disinfectant-cleaner for surfaces.
     Cl
    (3.5%, 10% SC/S)

  Sanitizer
  Deodorizer
    [MAI]
    150-300 ppm avail.
     Cl
    (2% SC/S)

Meat Processing Equip-
 ment
          Sanitizer

            96-100 ppm avail.
             Cl
            (30%,  99% P/T)
              or
            332 ppm avail. Cl
            (5% SC/S)

            95-100 ppm avail.
             Cl
            (3.5%, 10% SC/S)
                                Sanitizer-cleaner  for  equipment  and  surfaces.
                                Formulated with sodium dichloro-s-triazinetrione.
                                General  Instructions  for  Use:   The  products  regis-
                                tered in this site are  for  use  on food  contact  sur-
                                faces in meat processing  plants (i.e.,  work
                                tables,  cutting block surfaces, saws, grinders,
                                utensils, coolers, cleavers,  gambrels,  carts,
                                trays, racks, trolleys,  and similar equipment or
                                food contact surfaces in  meat packing plants,
                                slaughter houses,  smoke houses, and meat  process-
                                ing plants).
                         Sanitization  of  precleaned  equipment and utensils.
                         Sanitization of  precleaned  surfaces.
        Issued:   9-04-86
                                  V-081405-30

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                                                  Use  Directions
Site. Effirary,         	
Dosage and Formulation

Meat Processing Equipment (continued)

  Sanitizer
  Deodorizer

    146-433 ppm avail.  Sanitizer-cleaner for equipment and surfaces.
     Cl                 May be formulated with sodium dichloro-s-triazine-
    (2%, 3.5%, 10%      trione.
     SC/S)

  Disinfectant
  Deodorizer

    485-577 ppm avail.  Disinfectant-cleaner for surfaces.
     Cl
    (3.5%, 10% SC/S)
008JF    Meat Processing Plant
         Premises
                                General Instructions  for Use:   The  products  regis-
                                tered in this site are for  use  in meat  processing
                                plant premises (i.e.,  floors, walls,  and  other  non-
                                food contact surfaces).
                                Sanitization of precleaned surfaces.
  Sanitizer

    95-100 ppm avail.
     Cl
    (99% P/T)
    (3.5%, 10% SC/S)

  Sanitizer
  Deodorizer

    146-433 ppm avail.   Sanitizer-cleaner for equipment and surfaces.
     Cl                  May be  formulated with sodium dichloro-s-triazine-
    (2%, 3.5%, 10%       trione.
     SC/S)

  Disinfectant
  Deodorizer

    385-577 ppm avail.   Disinfectant-cleaner for surfaces.
     Cl
    (3.5%, 10% SC/S)
        Issued:  9-04-86
                                  V-081405-31

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                              r,rA Compendium of Acceptable Uses
   05JE
23
24
22
24
Site. Effirary,
Dosage and Formulation

Milk Processing Equip-
 ment
                                                   Use Directions
  Sanitizer

    95-117 ppm avail.
     Cl
    (99% G)
    (99% P/T)
    (3.5%, 10%,  18%
     SC/S)
      or
    219-232 ppm  avail.
     Cl
    (3.5%, 18% SC/S)
      or
    332 ppm avail. Cl
    (5% SC/S)

  Sanitizer
  Deodorizer

    191-199 ppm  avail.
     Cl
    (3.5%, 10% SC/S)

  Disinfectant
  Deodorizer

    494-570 ppm  avail.
     Cl
    (3.5%, 10% SC/S)
                                 General Instructions for Use:  The products regis-
                                 tered  in  this  site are for use in milk and dairy
                                 processing plants.  Included in this section are
                                 products  used  to  sanitize blanchers, evaporators,
                                 homogenizers,  holding tanks, pipelines, valves,
                                 utensils, butter  starter tanks, cheese processing
                                 equipment and  utensils, and similar milk contact
                                 equipment.
                                  Sanitization  of  precleaned equipment and utensils.
                                  Sanitizer-cleaner  for  surfaces.
                                  Disinfectant-cleaner  for  surfaces,
          Issued:   9-04-86
                                 V-081405-32
                                                                                   132

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  IISJF
12
!4
Site. Efficacy,
Dosage and Formulation

Milk Processing Plant
 Premises
                                                   Use  Directions
  Sanitizer

    95-100 ppm avail.
     Cl
    (99% P/T)
    (3.5%, 10% SC/S)

  Sanitizer
  Deodorizer

    191-199 ppm avail.
     Cl
    (3.5%, 10% SC/S)

  Disinfectant
  Deodorizer

    494-570 ppm avail.
     Cl
    (3.5%, 10% SC/S)
                                 General  Instructions  for  Use:  The products regis-
                                 tered in this  site  are  for  use in milk and dairy
                                 processing plant  premises (i.e., floors, walls,
                                 ceilings, and  other non-food  contact  surfaces).

                                 Also refer to  Farm  Premises for efficacy, dose and
                                 use information.
                                 Sanitization of precleaned  surfaces.
                                 Sanitizer-cleaner for  surfaces.
                                 Disinfectant-cleaner for  surfaces.
         Issued:  9-04-86
                                 V-081405-33
133

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  I09JE
Site. Efficary,
Dosage and Formulation

Poultry Processing
 Equipment
                               EPA Compendium of  Acceptable  Uses

                                  	          Use  Directions
                                  General  Instructions  for  Use;   The  products  regis-
                                  tered in this site are  for  use  on food  contact  sur-
                                  faces in poultry processing and packing plants
                                  (i.e., cutting surfaces,  picking machines, uten-
                                  sils, eviscerating lines, shackle lines,  chill
                                  tanks, packing tables,  and  other equipment and
                                  food contact surfaces).
            Sanitizer
 ;3
 :4
22
24
    95-100 ppm avail.
     Cl
    (99% P/T)
    (3.5%, 10% SC/S)
      or
    332 ppm avail. Cl
    (5% SC/S)

  Sanitizer
  Deodorizer

    191-199 ppm avail.
     Cl
    (3.5%, 10% SC/S)

  Disinfectant
  Deodorizer
                                  Sanitization of precleaned equipment  and  utensils,
                                  Sanitizer-cleaner for surfaces.
23
24
    385-577 ppm avail.
     Cl
    (3.5%, 10% SC/S)

  Sanitizer
  Deodorizer

    [MAI]
    150-300 ppm avail.
     Cl
    (2% SC/S)
                                  Disinfectant-cleaner for surfaces,
                                  Sanitizer-cleaner for equipment and surfaces.
                                  Formulated with sodium dichloro-s-triazinetrione.
          Issued:   9-04-86
                                 V-081405-34
134

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  I09JE
 12
 14
23
24
Site. Efficary,
Dosage and Formulation

Poultry Processing
 Plant Premises
                                                   Use Directions
  Sanitizer

    95-100 ppm avail.
     Cl
    (99% P/T)
    (3.5%, 10% SC/S)

  Sanitizer
  Deodorizer

    191-199 ppm avail.
     Cl
    (3.5%, 10% SC/S)

  Disinfectant
  Deodorizer

    385-577 ppm avail.
     Cl
    (3.5%, 10% SC/S)

  Sanitizer
  Deodorizer

    [MAI]
    150-300 ppm avail.
     Cl
    (2% SC/S)
                                 General Instructions for Use:  The products  regis-
                                 tered  in  this  site are for use in poultry process-
                                 ing plants  (i.e., floors, walls, ceilings, and
                                 other  non-food contact surfaces).
                                  Sanitization  of precleaned  surfaces.
                                  Sanitizer-cleaner  for  surfaces.
                                  Disinfectant-cleaner  for  surfaces.
                                  Sanitizer-cleaner  for  equipment  and  surfaces.
                                  Formulated with sodium dichloro-s-triazinetrione.
         Issued:   9-04-86
                                 V-081405-35

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          Site. Efficacy.
          Dosage and Formulation
            (Eating Establishments)
                  EPA Compendium of Acceptable Uses

                     	    Use Directions
   I06JE    Eating Establishment
           Equipment and Utensils
\23
Sanitizer

  95-117 ppm avail.
   Cl
  (99% G)
  (99% P/T)
  (3.5%, 10% SC/S)
    or
                                  General Instructions for Use;  The products regis-
                                  tered in this site are for use on equipment and
                                  utensils in eating establishments (i.e., restau-
                                  rants, taverns, bars, cafeterias, etc.) where food
                                  and beverages are served.  Utensils include silver-
                                  ware, dishes, glassware, and similar cooking and
                                  eating utensils.  Equipment includes fixtures,
                                  stoves, sinks, and refrigerators.

                                  Sanitizers which are registered for use on food
                                  contact surfaces are required to be in compliance
                                  with the food additive regulations identified in
                                  Title 21 Code of Federal Regulations, Section
                                  178.1010, Sanitizing solutions.

                                  Sanitizer food contact surface treatment instruc-
                                  tions ;
                                  1) Remove surface soils by scraping or flushing
                                  with water.
                                  2) Wash with a suitable detergent or cleaner.
                                  3) Rinse with potable water.
                                  4) Dilute product according to label directions.
                                  5) Apply by immersion, flooding, spraying, mop-
                                  ping, sponging, or wiping making sure to wet all
                                  surfaces thoroughly.
                                  6) Allow for the specified contact time (at least
                                  1 minute).
                                  7) Allow the use solution to drain and air dry.
                                  8) Do not rinse the  surface with water after sani-
                                  tizing as this will  recontaminate the surface.

                                  Follow label  instructions for products registered
                                  for use on food contact  surfaces which are disin-
                                  fectants.
                                   Sanitization of  precleaned  equipment  and utensils.
           Issued:   9-04-86
                               V-081405-36
                                                                                   136

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Site.  Efficacy.
Dosage and Formulation
ZI7. Compendium of Acceptable Uses

   	Use Directions
Eating Establishment Equipment and Utensils (continued)

    232 ppm avail. Cl
    (3.5% SC/S)
      or
    332 ppm avail. Cl
    (5% SC/S)

  Sanitizer
  Deodorizer

    191-199 ppm avail.  Sanitizer-cleaner of surfaces.
     Cl
    (3.5%, 10% SC/S)

  Disinfectant
  Deodorizer
                        Disinfectant-cleaner for surfaces.
     (0.6% G)
     (0.35% WP)
      or
     494-570 ppm  avail.
      Cl
     (3.5%, 10% SC/S)
 Issued:  9-04-86
             V-081405-37

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)A
Site.  Efficacy.
Dosage and  Formulation

Eating Establishment
 Premises
                                         ui  Acceptaoie uses

                                        	Use  Directions
       Sanitizer

         95-100 ppm avail.
          Cl
         (3.5%, 10% SC/S)

       Sanitizer
       Deodorizer

         191-199 ppm avail.
          Cl
         (3.5%, 10% SC/S)

       Disinfectant
       Deodorizer
          (0.6% G)
          (0.45% WP)
           or
          494-570 ppm avail,
          Cl
          (3.5%, 10% SC/S)
                             General  Instructions  for  Use:   The  products  regis-
                             tered in this  site are for  use  on eating  establish-
                             ment premises  (i.e.,  floors,  walls,  and other  non-
                             food contact surfaces).   Eating establishment  prem-
                             ises include commercial  restaurants and cafeteri-
                             as,  institutional and household kitchens  and din-
                             ing  areas,  etc.

                             Preclean surfaces before  treatment  with the  anti-
                             microbial solution.  Dilute product according  to
                             label directions.  Apply by mop, spray, cloth,
                             sprinkle, scrub, brush,  or  machine  apparatus.
                             Thoroughly wet surfaces to  be treated.  Avoid  con-
                             tamination of foods or food contact surfaces.
                             Some products require a rinse with  potable water
                             following the antimicrobial treatment.
                        Sanitization of precleaned surfaces.
                         Sanitizer-cleaner  for  surfaces.
                             Disinfectant-cleaner for surfaces.
      Issued:   9-04-86
                                  V-081405-38
                                                                              138

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         Site. Efficacy.
         Dosage and Formulation
            (Hospitals and Related  Institutions)
                   EPA Compendium of Acceptable Uses

                      	             Use Directions
  iQUHA   Hospital Premises and
  lOOJC    Equipment
 3
 ;4
>2
>4
Sanitizer

  95-100 ppm avail.
   Cl
  (3.5%, 10% SC/S)

Sanitizer
Deodorizer

  191-199 ppm avail,
   Cl
  (3.5%. 10% SC/S)

Disinfectant
Deodorizer
              (0.35%,  0.45% WP)
                or
              494-570  ppm avail.
               Cl
              (3.5%,  10% SC/S)
                                  General  Instructions  for Use:  The products  regis-
                                  tered  in this  site  are  for use in hospitals  and
                                  medical  facility  premises (i.e., floors, walls,
                                  ceilings,  fixtures, air ducts, and environmental
                                  surfaces)  and  on  hospital non-critical contents
                                  (i.e., furniture, bedframes,  telephones, tables,
                                  carts, physical therapy equipment, bedpans,  bas-
                                  ins, and janitorial equipment).  Some products are
                                  intended for use  on hospital  conductive floors.

                                  Medical  facilities  include nursing homes, doctor
                                  and dentist offices,  laboratories, and sanitari-
                                  ums.   Hospital non-critical contents includes
                                  those  items, hard surfaces, equipment, and furni-
                                  ture that  does not  contact the patient or only
                                  contacts the patient's  skin.
                                  Sanitization of precleaned  equipment and utensils,
                                  Sanitizer-cleaner  of  surfaces.
                                  Disinfectant-cleaner  of surfaces.
          Issued:   9-04-86
                               V-081405-39
                                                                                  139

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                            _-..  Compendium of  Acceptable  Uses

        Site. Efficacy.         	Use Directions	
        Dosage and Formulation

  llHA    Surgical  Instruments
  HUG
                               General  Instructions for Use:   The product in this
                               site is  for use on surgical  instruments and hospi-
                               tal, medical,  and/or laboratory critical instru-
                               ments.   Critical instruments are  those instruments
                               which penetrate the tissue or make intimate con-
                                tact with the  blood or the mucous membranes of the
                               body.

          Disinfectant
          Deodorizer

                                Disinfectant-cleaner for surfaces.
            (0.35% WP)

          (Industrial Preservatives and Additives)

10050A    Leather and Leather
         Products
                                General Instructions for Use;  The product in this
                                site is for use on leather and  leather products.

4          Deodorizer

            3.2 ppm avail. Cl   Hide-brine curing treatment.
            (15% SC/S)
                                                                                 140
         Issued:   9-04-86                  V-081405-40

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        Site.  Efficacy.
        Dosage and Formulation

        Oil Recovery Drilling
         Muds  and Packer Fluids
                   	 uompendium of Acceptable Uses

                       	Use Directions
                                General Instructions for Use:  The products regis-
                                tered in this site are microbistats, bacterio-
                                stats, and bactericides for use in oil recovery
                                drilling muds, packer fluids, completion fluids,
                                fracturing fluids, drilling fluids, packer muds,
                                and workover fluids.  These products are intended
                                to control the growth of bacteria such as:  anaero-
                                bic sulfate-forming bacteria (Desulforibrio desul-
                                ficans) and aerobic slime-forming bacteria (Pseudo-
                                monas sp. and Bacillus sp.) which impair the effi-
                                ciency of the muds and fluids.  Add product direct-
                                ly to drilling muds and packer fluids.  Fracturing
                                fluids may be added and premixed prior to the frac-
                                turing operation or may be added directly from the
                                drum by means of a proportioning pump to the blend-
                                er during the operation.
UAAA
AEAAA

AFQBB

AAAAA
Microbicide/Microbistat

Slime-forming bacteria
Sulfate-reducing bacteria

Sliaie-forming fungi
Algae

  80-800 ppm avail.
   Cl
  (99.5% P/T)
                                Drilling mud and packer fluid treatment.
                                                                                 14
         Issued:   9-04-86
                                V-081405-41

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        Site. Efficacy.         _
        Dosage and Formulation

        (Domestic and Human Uses)

          (Bathrooms)
                         uompenaium or Accepiaoie uses

                        	.	Use Directions
  030A
Bathroom Premises
2

ABQBB
           Sanitizer
             (30% P/T)

           Disinfectant
           Deodorizer
    (0.6% G)
    (0.35%, 0.45% WP)

  Disinfectant

  Mold/mildew


    (0.6% G)
                                General Instructions for Use;  The products regis-
                                tered  in  this  site are for use in bathroom prem-
                                ises (i.e., floors, walls, sinks, bathtubs, shower
                                stalls, toilet  seats, toilet exterior surfaces,
                                and fixtures).

                                Preclean  surfaces prior to treatment.  A preclean-
                                ing step  is not required for one-step disinfectant-
                                cleaners.  Dilute product as directed.  Apply by
                                mop, sponge, brush, cloth, or spray.  Wet surfaces
                                thoroughly.  Allow required contact  time.  Rinse
                                where  required.

                                Porous surfaces such as grout and unfinished or
                                scarred surfaces may require a higher concentra-
                                tion of antimicrobial than non-porous surfaces
                                such as porcelain and tile.
                                 Sanitization of  precleaned  surfaces.
                                 Disinfectant-cleaner  for  surfaces.
                                 Disinfection of and mold/mildew control  on
                                 surfaces.
         Issued:  9-04-86
                                  V-081405-42
                                                                                 142

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Site.  Efficacy.
Dosage and Formulation

Toilet Bowls and Uri-
 nals
                               Compendium of Acceptable Uses

                               	Use Directions
                              General Instructions for Use:  The product regis-
                              tered  in this  site  is for use on toilet bowl and
                              urinal surfaces and water.
I06HD
  Sanitizer


    (30X P/T)

  (Laundry)

Laundry (Hospital. Com-
 mercial, and Institu-
 tional)
                              Sanitization of toilet bowls.
         Sanitizer

           60  ppm avail.
            Cl
           (15.9% SC/S)
                               General  Instructions  for Use;  The product regis-
                               tered  in this  site  is for use  in the treatment of
                               laundry  (i.e., washable fabrics such as clothing,
                               linens,  sheets,  towels, blankets, uniforms, and
                               bathing  suits) in commercial,  institutional, and
                               medical  establishments (i.e.,  schools, restau-
                               rants, hotels, motels,  athletic facilities, and
                               hospitals).

                               Fabrics  are  treated in bulk  or multifamily laundry
                               loads.   Commercial  machines  typically handle 50 to
                               100  pounds of  fabric  per load  and have a lower
                               fabric-to-water  weight ratio (1:3 to 1:5) than
                               home washing machines (1:10  to 1:15).

                               Wet  fabrics  should  be spin dried before product is
                               applied.  Add  the diluted product in the pre-wash,
                               followed by  the  regular wash cycle with a good
                               detergent.   Use  sanitizing solution promptly after
                               mixing.
                        Sanitization of laundry.
       Issued:   9-04-86
                                  V-081405-43
                                                                             143

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                         \;ompenaium 01 Acceptable uses

Site.  Efficacy.          	Use Directions	
Dosage and Formulation

Laundry (Household)
                        General Instructions for Use:  The product regis-
                        tered in this site is for use in the treatment of
                        household laundry (i.e., clothing, linens, sheets,
                        towels, and dish cloths).

                        Wash water additive (machine or hand wash).  Add
                        product to wash water.  Rinse fabric following
                        treatment.

  Sanitizer

                        Sanitization  of laundry.
    (30%  P/T)
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        J00% technical chemical
          trichloro-s-triazinetrione  (081405)                                  100%
            000230-00059   000230-00061

   0002  96% formulation intermediate
          trichloro-s-triazinetrione  (081405)                                   96%
            006199-00003

   .2002  96.2% formulation intermediate
          trichloro-s-triazinetrione  (081405)                                 96.2%
            033906-00002   033906-00003    033906-00006

   i.0002  98% formulation intermediate
          trichloro-s-triazinetrione  (081405)                                   98%
            033980-00001

  J.0002  99% formulation intermediate
          trichloro-s-triazinetrione  (081405)                                   99%
            000230-00047   000230-00058    000230-00079   000230-00080
            000230-00081   000230-00083    000230-00084   000524-00107
            001258-00855   001258-00893    001258-00992   001258-00993
            001258-00994   001258-00996    011551-00006   053254-00001
            053254-00005   053254-00006    057091-00001

  9.4002  99.4% formulation intermediate
          trichloro-s-triazinetrione  (081405)                                 99.4%
            000230-00082   000230-00087

 '9.5002  99.5% formulation intermediate
          trichloro-s-triazinetrione  (081405)                                 99.5%
            006199-00003   010182-00032    010182-00033   010182-00055

 19.7002   99.7% formulation intermediate
           trichloro-s-triazinetrione  (081405)                                 99.7%
            006199-00005

 10.6004   0.6%  granular
          trichloro-s-triazinetrione  (081405)                                  0.6%
            004582-00065    004582-00066

 16.6304   16.63%  granular
           trichloro-s-triazinetrione  (081405)                                16.63%
          potassium dichloro-s-triazinetrione (081403)                      76.14%
                                                                             92.77%
            005185-00095

20.0004   20% granular
           trichloro-s-triazinetrione  (081405)                                   20%
            001757-00017

25.0004   25% granular
           trichloro-s-triazinetrione  (081405)                                   25%
            004643-00029
         Issued:  9-04-86                 V-081405-45
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   .8904
  1.0004
  5.6004
  1.0004
  2.3004
  . 0004
 6.5204
 S8.0004
'0.0004
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Listing of Registered Pesticide Products by Formulation (continued)

26% granular
  trichloro-s-triazinetrione (081405)
    007124-00013

33.26% granular
  trichloro-s-triazinetrione (081405)
  potassium dichloro-s-triazinetrione (081403)

    005185-00102

49.89% granular
  trichloro-s-triazinetrione (081405)
  potassium dichloro-s-triazinetrione (081403)

    005185-00096

50% granular
  trichloro-s-triazinetrione (081405)
    007124-00050

55.6% granular
  trichloro-s-triazinetrione (081405)
    005185-00308

61% granular
  trichloro-s-triazinetrione (081405)
    005185-00089

62.3% granular
  trichloro-s-triazinetrione (081405)
    005185-00307

66% granular
  trichloro-s-triazinetrione (081405)
    007152-00043   042177-00001
72.1004
66.52% granular
  trichloro-s-triazinetrione  (081405)
    005185-00066   005185-00085    005185-00090

68% granular
  trichloro-s-triazinetrione  (081405)
    007124-00006

70% granular
  trichloro-s-triazinetrione  (081405)
    005185-00117   007124-00042    007124-00047
    009237-00005   011411-00002    012465-00043

72.1% granular
  trichloro-s-triazinetrione  (081405)
    005185-00105
                                                          005185-00158
                                                          008544-00004
                                                                                26%
                                                                             33.26%
                                                                             50.76%
                                                                             84.02%
                                                                             49.89%
                                                                             25.38%
                                                                             75.27%
                                                                                50%
                                                                              55.6%
                                                                                61%
                                                                                66%
                                                                             66.52%
                                                                                65%
                                                                                70%
                                                                              72.1%
         Issued:   9-04-86
                                  V-081405-46
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     04
    ,0004
   .0004
   i.2004
   ?,,:0004
  8.0004
  '9.0004
 ?9.1004
 99.4004
99.5004
99.9004
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Listing of Registered Pesticide Products by Formulation (continued)

77.6% granular
  trichloro-s-triazinetrione (081405)
    005185-00099

79% granular
  trichloro-s-triazinetrione (081405)
    008791-00001

81% granular
  trichloro-s-triazinetrione (081405)
    007124-00015

96.2% granular
  trichloro-s-triazinetrione (081405)
    010598-00010

97% granular
  trichloro-s-triazinetrione (081405)
    005185-00061   005185-00115

98% granular
  trichloro-s-triazinetrione (081405)
    010897-00002   011411-00007

99% granular
  trichloro-s-triazinetrione (081405)
    000266-00037   000337-00069
             001258-01060
             003525-00075
             007124-00024
             007368-00070
             009087-00016
             015127-00003
             032460-00030
             040952-00003
             045387-00013
                   001258-01075
                   005185-00143
                   007152-00033
                   007616-00028
                   010336-00007
                   015127-00005
                   037982-00022
                   042177-00026
                   045723-00002
000524-00380
002136-00033
006284-00026
007368-00021
008791-00011
010897-00030
015127-00015
039743-00011
042177-00067
045898-00004
000524-00387
003432-00044
006284-00037
007368-00030
009087-00010
013812-00003
015127-00016
040290-00009
043692-00003

99.1% granular
  trichloro-s-triazinetrione (081405)
    008791-00006

99.4% granular
  trichloro-s-triazinetrione (081405)
    005427-00088   010332-00012   027581-00031
    047181-00001

99.5% granular
  trichloro-s-triazinetrione (081405)
    001729-00141   003876-00138   007368-00072
    010182-00051   010598-00005   045898-00010

99.9% granular
  trichloro-s-triazinetrione (081405)
    040316-00002
                                                          044801-00004
                                                          010182-00012
                                                                              77.6%
                                                                                79%
                                                                                81%
                                                                              96.2%
                                                                                97%
                                                                                98%
                                                                                99%
                                                                              99.1%
                                                                              99.4%
                                                                              99.5%
                                                                              99.9%
         Issued:  9-04-86
                                 V-081405-47
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        Listing of Registered Pesticide Products by  Formulation  (continued)

        100% granular
          trichloro-s-triazinetrione (081405)                                  100%
            000266-00011   000266-00032   001729-00092   005185-00100
            005185-00114   005185-00134   005185-00136   007124-00022
            007124-00040   007124-00043   007616-00050   008544-00011
            009157-00017   009215-00003   009214-00004   011005-00004
            011005-00005   027570-00002   035572-00002   036284-00004
            041260-00035

   .0005  30% pelleted/tableted
          trichloro-s-triazinetrione (081405)                                  30%
            007124-00002

   .3005  30.3% pelleted/tableted
          trichloro-s-triazinetrione (081405)                                30.3%
            007616-00048

  I.8005  38.8% pelleted/tableted
          trichloro-s-triazinetrione (081405)                                38.8%
            004829-00094

  3.9005  38.9% pelleted/tableted
          trichloro-s-triazinetrione (081405)                                38.9%
            004829-00119

  6.0005  56% pelleted/tableted
          trichloro-s-triazinetrione (081405)                                  56%
            003432-00032   004206-00006

  0.0005  60% pelleted/tableted
          trichloro-s-triazinetrione (081405)                                  60%
            009087-00002   009087-00017   009087-00024

 '3.0005  63% pelleted/tableted
          trichloro-s-triazinetrione (081405)                                  63%
            004829-00078   004829-00079   004829-00080   004829-00081
            004829-00082   004829-00083   004829-00084   004829-00085
            006284-00043   006284-00046

'5.0005  65% pelleted/tableted
          trichloro-s-triazinetrione (081405)                                  65%
            007124-00061   007124-00062   007124-00063   007124-00064
            007124-00065   007124-00066   007124-00067   007124-00068
            007124-00069

6.0005  66% pelleted/tableted
          trichloro-s-triazinetrione (081405)                                  66%
            001258-00890   002292-00091   007124-00001   007368-00061
            045309-00020   045898-00011
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         Listing of Registered  Pesticide  Products by Formulation (continued)
   .0005
  8.0005
  10.0005
  11.0005
 32.0005
 89.0005
 90.0005
 93.0005
94.0005
95.0005
67% gelleted/tableted
  trichloro-s-triazinetrione (081405)
    003525-00039   007124-00037   008791-00029
    012465-00016   012465-00042   042177-00004
    045309-00007   045309-00008   045309-00015

68% pelleted/tableted
  trichloro-s-triazinetrione (081405)
    005185-00161

70% pelleted/tableted
  trichloro-s-triazinetrione (081405)
    009157-00033

78% pelleted/tableted
  trichloro-s-triazinetrione (081405)
    004829-00116   004829-00117   004829-00118

80% pelleted/tableted
  trichloro-s-triazinetrione (081405)
    008791-00009   009237-00009

81% pelleted/tableted
  trichloro-s-triazinetrione (081405)
    010897-00015   037982-00008

82% pelleted/tableted
  trichloro-s-triazinetrione (081405)
    007368-00022   007616-00008   007616-00051

89% pelleted/tableted
  trichloro-s-triazinetrione (081405)
    005185-00349   042177-00047   042177-00048

90% pelleted/tableted
  trichloro-s-triazinetrione (081405)
    005185-00351   005185-00352   005185-00371
    010897-00010   037982-00003

93% pelleted/tableted
  trichloro-s-triazinetrione (081405)
    005185-00348

94% pelleted/tableted
  trichloro-s-triazinetrione (081405)
    000148-00916   000148-01279   000148-01280
    008791-00003   008791-00026   008791-00028

95% pelleted/tableted
  trichloro-s-triazinetrione (081405)
    009087-00001   009087-00003   009087-00004
    009087-00015   009087-00018   009087-00020
    012465-00036   012465-00037   012465-00038
    012465-00049
                                                                                67%
                                                          011411-00012
                                                          042177-00068
                                                          045309-00020
                                                          009291-00006
                                                          010718-00003
                                                          042177-00050
                                                          007616-00018
                                                                                68%
                                                                                70%
                                                                                78%
                                                                                80%
                                                                                81%
                                                                                82%
                                                                                89%
                                                                                90%
                                                                                93%
                                                                                94%
                                                          000148-01281
                                                         ,008791-00033
                                                          009087-00011
                                                          009087-00035
                                                          012465-00039
                                                                                95%
         Issued:   9-04-86
                                 V-081405-49
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        Listing of Registered Pesticide  Products  by Formulation (continued)

   )005   95.4% pelleted/tableted
          trichloro-s-triazinetrione  (081405)
           042177-00036

   0005   96% pelleted/tableted
          trichloro-s-triazinetrione  (081405)
           001744-00012    001744-00013

          trichloro-s-triazinetrione  (081405)
          sodium  bromide  (013907)

           006284-00029

  I.0005   97% pelleted/tableted
          trichloro-s-triazinetrione  (081405)
          alkyl*dimethyl  1-naphthylraethyl  ammonium chloride  *alkyl
          (98% C12,  2% C14)  (069112)

           007124-00027

 8.6005   98.6% pelleted/tableted
          trichloro-s-triazinetirlone  (081*05)
           008791-00036    008191-00037    (BffiB7'91-00038
 O005   98.8%  pelleted/tableted
          trichloro-s-triazinetrione
            001448-00087    001448-000^  D4829-00059
            004829-00063    004829-00067   015300-00021
            048520-00011

J9.0005   99% pelleted/tableted
          trichloro-s-triazinetrione (081405)
            000230-00085    000278-00056
                              004829-00061
                              048520-00010
            000524-00324
            000524-00384
            001258-00922
            001258-01059
            001729-00095
            001729-00101
            002292-00088
            002292-00093
            003432-00036
            003525-00072
            004206-00018
            005185-00144
            005185-00370
            006284-00019
            006284-00033
            007124-00071
            007124-00079
            007124-00083
            007616-00039
            009087-00014
            009359-00016
000524-00336
000524-00399
001258-00995
001258-01061
001729-00098
001729-00120
002292-00089
003432-00023
003432-00051
003525-00073
004591-00070
005185-00159
005185-00375
006284-00025
006284-00035
007124-00072
007124-00080
007152-00037
008959-00042
009157-00029
009359-00017
000278-00057
000524-00337
001298-00853
001258-00997
001258-01062
001729-00099
001757-00046
002292-00090
003432-00024
003432-00061
003525-00074
004591-00072
005185-00318
006284-00011
006284-00031
006284-00036
007124-00073
007124-00081
007152-00039
009087-00012
009157-00032
009359-00018
000524-00323
000524-00380
001258-00905
001258-00998
001258-01083
001729-00100
002292-00087
002292-00092
003432-00035
003525-00038
003525-00076
004829-00086
005185-00343
006284-00012
006284-00032
007124-00070
007124-00074
007124-00082
007368-00027
009087-00013
009215-00007
009359-00019
                                                  95.4%



                                                    96%


                                                    96%

                                                    98%



                                                    97%


                                                   100%



                                                  98.6%



                                                  98.8%
                                                    99%
        Issued:   9-04-86
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        99% pelleted/tableted (continued)
009639-00010
012200-00003
015127-00004
032460-00027
036284-00001
042177-00017
042177-00024
045387-00014
045458-00005
045898-00002
045898-00008
048242-00003
054998-00006
010183-00028
012200-00004
015127-00017
033458-00016
036284-00005
042177-00018
045309-00009
045387-00016
045458-00006
045898-00003
045898-00009
048242-00004
054998-00011
010897-00016
012200-00005
015127-00018
033458-00017
036531-00005
042177-00022
045309-00016
045387-00017
045458-00008
045898-00006
046616-00005
054998-00001

010897-00017
012477-00011
032460-00026
033458-00019
036531-00006
042177-00023
045309-00019
045387-00018
045898-00001
045898-00007
048242-00002
054998-00003

99.3% oelleted/tableted
  9.3005
          trichloro-s-triazinetrione (081405)
            004829-00055   004829-00074   004829-00075
            004829-00087   004829-00089

 19.4005  99.4% pelleted/tableted
          trichloro-s-triazinetrione (081405)
            004643-00047   008405-00011   008405-00012
            009157-00035   051470-00001

 )9.5005  99.5% pelleted/tableted
          trichloro-s-triazinetrione (081405)
            001729-00143*  001729-00145*
            007368-00073
            009157-00027
            010182-00053
            011329-00001
                                             004829-00077
                                             008405-00013
            012465-00034
               008859-00004
               010182-00011
               010182-00054
               011329-00007
               012465-00048
              *jacket currently unavailable for

99.7005   99.7% pelleted/tableted
          trichloro-s-triazinetrione (081405)
            009639-00010

99.9905   100% pelleted/tableted
          trichloro-s-triazinetrione (081405)
            000266-00024   000266-00033
                           005185-00145
                           007124-00044
                           008454-00005
                           008791-00007
                           010897-00008
                           011411-00006
                           027570-00001
                           037982-00006
003876-00138
008866-00020
010182-00042
010183-00018
011329-00009
034571-00012
e for review
007364-00013
009157-00006
010182-00052
010183-00025
012465-00015
048525-00014
004206-00022
007124-00018
007368-00067
008791-00002
010598-00007
011411-00005
012465-00033
037982-00004
003432-00048
007124-00012
007124-00053
008544-00012
009215-00006
010897-00011
011411-00008
035572-00003
042177-00006
003525-00042
007124-00014
007368-00019
008544-00015
009237-00006
011411-00003
012465-00032
035572-00005
                                                                 99.3%
                                                                 99.4%
                                                                 99.5%
                                                                 99.7%
                                                                  100%
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                             V-081405-51
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         0.35% wettable powder
           trichloro-s-triazinetrione  (081405)                                 n  35%
             000541-00100

    4506  0.45% wettable powder
           trichloro-s-triazinetrione  (081405)                                 0  45%
             001363-00022

    1,5006  0.5% wettable powder
           trichloro-s-triazinetrione  (081405)                                 0 5%
             001124-00072

   J.5010  99.5% impregnated materials
           trichloro-s-triazinetrione  (081405)                                 99.5%
             001729-00149*
               *jacket currently unavailable for review

   (2.0015  2% soluble concentrate/solid
           trichloro-s-triazinetrione  (081405)                                    2%
           sodium dichloro-s-triazinetrione  (081404)                              2_%
                                                                                  4%
             010147-00019*  010147-00021*
               *jacket currently unavailable for review

  33.5015  3.5% soluble concentrate/solid
           trichloro-s-triazinetrione  (081405)                                 3.5%
             000541-00123   000887-00041

  05.0015  5% soluble concentrate/solid
           trichloro-s-triazinetrione  (081405)                                    5%
             001020-00004

 06.0015  6% soluble concentrate/solid
           trichloro-s-triazinetrione  (081405)                                    6%
             006574-00002

 10.0015  10% soluble concentrate/solid
           trichloro-s-triazinetrione  (081405)                                   10%
             000541-00173

 '15.0015   15% soluble concentrate/solid
           trichloro-s-triazinetrione  (081405)                                   15%
             010147-00010

 '15.9015   15.9% soluble concentrate/solid
           trichloro-s-triazinetrione  (081405)                                 15.9%
             003618-00015

'18.0015   18% soluble concentrate/solid
           trichloro-s-triazinetrione  (081405)                                   18%
             000887-00029
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20% soluble concentrate/solid
  trichloro-s-triazinetrione (081405)
    015300-00017
                                                    20%
State Label Registrations
  AZ Reg.  No.
    036839-03946

  CA Reg.  No.
    001803-04427
    009639-10524
    011411-06979

  FL Reg.  No.
    012711-03193
    012713-05491
    030302-08871
    037428-10517
    037566-10482
    037839-08555
    038101-09846

  HI Reg.  No.
    036305-03068
036839-03948   037918-09425   037918-09426
006809-04910
010897-04567
011411-06980
008597-03133
010897-04568
037827-08441
009237-10289
011211-05427
038098-09416
012711-03714
020809-04525
032196-08268
037428-10518
037567-10108
037839-08556
012713-05487
020809-04526
034164-09257
037434-04484
037799-08384
037939-09401
012713-05490
024762-03022
035227-04462
037566-09364
037829-08443
037939-09507
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                               Appendix A-1

Listing of  Active Ingredient(s) Found in Combination with the Report
 Chemical
Chemical
  Code

069112
081403


013907

081404
Common Name
 (source)
    EPA Acceptable
Common/Chemical Name
alkyl*dimethyl 1-naphthylmethyl  
ammonium chloride *alkyl  (98%
C12, 2% C14)

potassium dichloro-s-triazine-
trione

sodium bromide

sodium dichloro-s-triazinetrione 
 Use Common Name
 Issued:   9-04-86
                      V-081405-54

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 (MONO(TRICHLORO)TETRA(MONOPOTASSIUM DICHLORO))PENTA-S-TRIAZINETRIONE

                             TABLE OF CONTENTS

Site  Name	Page

AQUATIC NONFOOD                                                    2
(Aquatic Sites)                                                    2
INDOOR                                                             4
(Agricultural Premises and Equipment)                              4
(Commercial and Industrial Uses)                                   5
  (Food and Feed Processing Plants)                                5

Commercial and Industrial Water Cooling Towers and Evapora-
 tive Condensers                                                   2
Dairy Farm Milking Equipment                                       4
Milk Processing Equipment                                          6
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 Provisional Update:   3-25-88                                                   I J-

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  (MONO(TRICHLORO)TETRA(MONOPOTASSIUM DICHLORO))PENTA-S-TRIAZINETRIONE

TYPE PESTICIDE;   Algaecide, Antimicrobial, Fungicide

FORMULATIONS:
G    (100%)
SC/S (6.2%,  16%)

PRESENTATION OF INFORMATION;  All final concentrations are expressed in
parts per million (ppm) available chlorine.  Concentrations are rounded to
the nearest  whole number when the value is less than 1,000 and to the
third significant figure when the value is greater than 1,000.  Dilutions
are the ratio of the weight of the product to be diluted to the weight of
water in which the product is diluted.  The dilutions are rounded to the
nearest whole number.  For the purpose of ppm available chlorine concentra-
tion calculations, it is assumed that 66.6 percent of the total weight of
the (mono(trichloro)tetra(monopotassium dichloro))penta-s-triazinetrione
product is available chlorine.
Definition of Terms;
ppm avail. Cl - parts per million available chlorine

GENERAL WARNINGS AND LIMITATIONS:  This product is toxic to fish.  Do not
discharge into lakes, streams, ponds or public waters unless in accordance
with an NPDES permit.  Do not contaminate food or feed by storage, dis-
posal, or cleaning of equipment.  Do not get in eyes, on skin or on cloth-
ing.  Wear goggles or face shield and rubber gloves when handling.  Irri-
tating to nose and throat.  Avoid breathing dust.  Remove and wash contam-
inated clothing before reuse.

Triazinetriones are strong oxidants.  Fire may result from contact with
heat, acids, organic or combustible matter.  Keep cover tightly closed.
Store container in an upright position in a cool place.  Do not mix with
anything but water.

Follow label directions for the disposal of the product container when
empty.
Issued:  9-04-86                 V-081406-1
Provisional Update:  3-25-88                                               ] 56

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      Rite. Efficacy.         	       Use Directions	
      Dosage and Formulation

      AQUATIC NONFOOD

      {Aquatic Sites)

,|9flA    Commercial and Indus-
      trial Water Cooling
      Towers and Evaporative
      Condensers
                             General  Instructions  for  Use;   The  product  regis-
                             tered  for  this  site  is intended to  control  the
                             growth of  slime-forming bacteria, fungi,  and  algae
                             which  impair  the  efficiency of  the  system.  Meth-
                             ods  of application may be slug  feed treatment,
                             intermittent  feed treatment,  or continuous  feed
                             treatment.

                             Slug Feed  Treatment  - Treatment that involves addi-
                             tion of  a  specified  dose  to the system at 1 time.
                             Treatment  may be  repeated at  intervals, usually
                             once a day or less frequently.

                             Intermittent  Feed Treatment - Treatment that  is  on
                             a  semi-continuous basis.   Provides  a continous dos-
                             age  over a brief  period and is  repeated at  stated
                             intervals.

                             Continuous Feed Treatment - Treatment that  is on
                             an uninterrupted  basis to provide a sustained con-
                             centration.   Usually  an initial slug dose is  used
                             to establish  control  prior to continuous  treat-
                             ment.

                             When algal or microbial growth  is noticed,  an ini-
                             tial high  concentration dosage  is used and  repeat-
                             ed until control  is  achieved.   When control is evi-
                             dent,  a  subsequent dosage of  lower  concentration
                             is used  to maintain  control.  Should algae  or
                             slime  become  visible  again, the initial slug  dose
                             should be  used, followed  by the maintenance proce-
                             dure.

                             Badly  fouled  systems  must be  cleaned by any suita-
                             ble  means  before  treatment is begun.

                             Product  may be  fed by drip-feed device, measuring
                             container, or suitable chemical pump such as  pro-
                             portioning, variable  speed positive displacement,
                             or reciprocating  types.  Manual additions may also
                             be used.  Product should  be fed at  a location in
                             the  system where  it  will  be uniformly mixed and
                             evenly distributed.
     Issued:  9-04-86                  V-081406-2                               ] 57

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site.  Efficacy.          	Use Directions	
Dosage and Formulation

Commercial and Industrial Water Cooling Towers and Evaporative Condensers
 (continued)

  Microbicide/microbistat

  Algae

  Slime-forming bacteria

  Slime-forming fungi

    40-80 ppm avail. Cl Initial slug treatment.  Use 8 to 16 ounces of
    (100% G)            product per 1,000 gallons of water.  Repeat ini-
                        tial dosage until control is evident.

    20-60 ppm avail. Cl Subsequent slug treatment.  Use 4 to 12 ounces of
    (100% G)            product per 1,000 gallons of water.  The frequency
                        of addition depends upon the relative amount of
                        bleedoff and the severity of the microbiological
                        problem.  Slug additions should be made in the
                        sump of the water cooling tower.
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       Site.  Efficacy.
       Dosage and Formulation
INDOOR

(Agricultural Premises and Equipment)

Dairy Farm Milking
 Equipment
                     'urn vuuipeiiuiuiii ui. Acceptaoie US6S

                        	Use Directions
                               General Instructions for Use:  The products regis-
                               tered in this site are for use on dairy farm milk-
                               ing equipment and utensils.  Products are used to
                               sanitize milking machines, milk cans, tanks,
                               lines, pails, inflations, teat cups, and similar
                               equipment.

                               Clean and rinse all equipment prior to sanitiza-
                               tion.  Deposits of milk solids will interfere with
                               sanitization, thus all contaminating milk residue
                               must be flushed from equipment and equipment sur-
                               faces prior to sanitization.  Activity of chemical
                               sanitizers may be adversely affected by ingredi-
                               ents in washing compounds and organic matter car-
                               ried over from the wash solution.  A rinse between
                               the cleaning and the sanitizing treatment is impor-
                               tant in maintaining the strength of the sanitizing
                               solution.  A one-step cleaner-sanitizer may be
                               used without prior cleaning.

                               Dilute product as directed to prepare sanitizing
                               solutions.  Apply by circulation, immersion, wipe,
                               swab, brush, or spray.  Allow the solution to
                               drain and air dry.  Do not rinse the surface with
                               water after sanitizing as this will recontaminate
                               the surface.

                               Observe local regulations regarding contact time
                               of sanitizing solutions.  A 2 minute contact time
                               is stipulated by health departments that follow
                               the United States Public Health Service Ordinance
                               and Code.

                               Sanitizing solutions used on food contact equip-
                               ment and  surfaces are regulated by the Food and
                               Drug Administration and Indirect Food Additives
                               under Title 21, Code of Federal Regulations, Sec-
                               tion 178.1010.  Solutions specified in this sec-
                               tion may  be safely used on food contact equipment
                               and surfaces that are adequately drained before
                               contact with food.  The solutions may not exceed
                               specified concentrations  (100 ppm available chlo-
                               rine) .
       Issued:  9-04-86
                                  V-081406-4
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Site. Efficacy.         	Use Directions
Dosage and Formulation

Dairy Farm Milking Equipment (continued)
                        Refer to appendix F of the Grade 'A' Pasteurized
                        Milk Ordinance - 1965 Recommendations of the Unit-
                        ed States Public Health Service for existing milk
                        sanitization standards and local milk sanitization
                        regulations.
  Sanitizer
    103-114 ppm avail.  Sanitization of precleaned equipment and utensils.
     Cl
    (6.2%, 16% SC/S)

(Commercial and Industrial Uses)

  (Food and Feed Processing Plants)

  General Information:
  Equipment and food contact surfaces general instructions for use:  Thor-
  oughly clean and rinse equipment.  Sanitize immediately before equipment
  is to be used, or as specified by local regulations.  One-step sanitizer-
  cleaners and disinfectant-cleaners may be used without prior cleaning.
  Dilute product as directed.  Application may be by wet wipe, scrub,
  flood, flush, rinse, circulation, immersion, or spray methods.  Allow
  the solution to drain and air dry.  Do not rinse the surface with water
  after sanitizing as this will recontaminate the surface.

  Observe local regulations regarding contact period of the sanitizing
  solution.  A 2 minute contact time is stipulated by health departments
  that follow the United States Public Health Service Ordinance and Code.

  Sanitizing solutions are regulated by the Food and Drug Administration
  as Indirect Food Additives under Title 21, Code of Federal Regulations,
  Section 178.1010.  Solutions specified in this section may be safely
  used on food processing equipment within the prescribed conditions.  The
  solutions may not exceed specified concentrations (100 ppm available
  chlorine).

  Premises (i.e.. floors, walls, and other non-food contact surfaces) gen-
  eral instructions for use;  Product directions may require a precleaning
  step before treatment.  Remove all particulate contamination.  Applica-
  tion may be by wipe, scrub, rinse, mop, or spray.  Allow recommended con-
  tact time.  Remove or carefully protect food products and food packaging
  materials before using quaternary ammonium products.  Avoid contamina-
  tion of food contact surfaces and food when applying pesticide solu-
  tions.  Drain surfaces thoroughly.  Rinse with potable water where re-
  quired.
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     Efficacy.          _ Use Directions
      and Formulation
    Processing Equip-
 ment
                       General Instructions for Use:  The products regis-
                       tered in this site are for use in milk and dairy
                       processing plants.  Included in this section are
                       products used to sanitize blanchers, evaporators,
                       homogenizers, holding tanks, pipelines, valves,
                       utensils, butter starter tanks, cheese processing
                       equipment and utensils, and similar milk contact
                       equipment.

  Sanitizer

    100-103 ppm avail.  Sanitization of precleaned equipment and utensils.
    Cl
    (6.2%, 16% SC/S)
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     Listing of Registered Pesticide  Products by Formulation

         granular
       mono(trichloro)tetra(monopotassium dichloro))penta-s-
        triazinetrione (081406)                                            100%
        041879-00003

J2015   6.2%  soluble concentrate/solid
       mono(trichloro)tetra(monopotassium dichloro))penta-s-
        triazinetrione (081406)                                            6.2%
        005362-00012

     16% soluble concentrate/solid
       mono(trichloro)tetra(monopotassium dichloro) )penta-s-
        triazinetrione (081406)                                             16%
        005362-00013
     Issued:  9-04-86
V-081406-7                                1 62

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                SODIUM DICHLORO-S-TRIAZINETRIONE DIHYDRATE

                             TABLE OF CONTENTS
 Site Name
                                                                 Page
 AQUATIC NONFOOD
 (Aquatic Sites)
 INDOOR
 (Pets and Domestic Animals)
 (Animals and Their Man-Made Premises)
 (Agricultural Premises and Equipment)
 (Household)
 (Commercial and Industrial Uses)
   (Food and Feed Processing Plants)
   (Eating Establishments)
   (Food Markets)
 (Domestic and Human Uses)
   (Bathrooms)
   (Laundry)
   (Refuse)

 Air Washer Water Systems
 Bathroom Premises
 Baths and Whirlpool Baths
 Beverage Processing Equipment
 Beverage Processing Plant Premises
 Brewery Pasteurizer Water
 Brewery Premises
 Brewery Processing Equipment
 Cannery Premises
 Cannery Processing Equipment
 Commercial Egg Treatment
 Commercial and Industrial Water Cooling Towers and Evapora-
 tive Condensers
 Dairy Equipment (Unspecified)
 Dairy Farm Premises
 Diapers (Commercial)
 Eating Establishment Equipment and Utensils
 Eating Establishment Premises
 Food Dispensing Equipment
 Food Processing Equipment and Surfaces (Food Contact)
 Food Processing Plant Premises
 Fruit and Vegetable Premises
 Garbage Containers
 Hatching Egg Treatment
 Heat Exchanger Water
 Household Premises and Contents
 Industrial Processing Water
Laundry (Hospital, Commercial, and Institutional)
Laundry (Household)
Meat Processing Equipment
Meat Processing Plant Premises
Milk Processing Equipment
                                  2
                                  2
                                 13
                                 13
                                 13
                                 14
                                 19
                                 21
                                 21
                                 31
                                 34
                                 35
                                 35
                                 36
                                 38

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                                 35
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Issued:  9-04-86
Provisional Update:  3-25-88
V-081407-i

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                             TABLE OF CONTENTS

     Kame         		Page

Milk Processing Plant Premises                                    29
Poultry House  Premises  and Equipment                              20
Poultry Processing Equipment                                      29
Poultry Processing Plant  Premises                                 30
Secondary  Oil  Recovery  Systems                                     8
Swimming Pool  Water                                                9
Toilet Bowls and  Urinals                                           36
Winery Processing Equipment                                       30
Winery Processing Plant Premises                                  30
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j(07                    SODIUM DICHLORO-S-TRIAZINETRIONE DIHYDRATE

      TYPE PESTICIDE:  Algaecide, Antimicrobial, Fungicide

      FORMULATIONS;
      Tech (100%)
      FI   (40%, 49.1%, 98%, 99%, 99.3%)
      G    (0.9%, 2.95%, 5.6%, 5.63%, 5.8%, 6%, 11.25%, 18%, 22.5%, 25%, 28%,
           33.6%, 34%, 37.5%, 38.1%, 40%, 45%, 49.1%, 54%, 60%, 96%, 99%, 99.3%,
           99.5%, 100%)
      P/T  (25%, 49.1%, 52%, 64%, 99%, 99.5%, 100%)
      WP   (0.9%, 22.6%, 28%, 29%)
      SC/S (1.25%, 2.4%, 5.6%, 6%, 6.25%, 12.5%, 16%, 17%, 18%, 20%, 20.25%,
           25%, 28%, 29%, 30%, 33%, 34%, 37%, 40%, 54%, 62.6%, 64%, 99.3%, 100%)

      PRESENTATION OF INFORMATION;  All final concentrations are expressed in
      parts per million (ppm) available chlorine.  Concentrations are rounded to
      the nearest whole number when the value is less than 1,000 and to the
      third significant figure when the value is greater than 1,000.  Dilutions
      are the ratio of the weight of the product to be diluted to the weight of
      water in which the product is diluted.  The dilutions are rounded to the
      nearest whole number.  For the purpose of ppm available chlorine concentra-
      tion calculations, it  is assumed that 56 percent of the total weight of
      the sodium dichloro-s-triazinetrione dihydrate product is available chlo-
      rine.
      Definition of Terms;
      ppm - parts per million
      ppm avail. Cl - parts per million available chlorine

      GENERAL WARNINGS AND LIMITATIONS;  Triazinetriones are strong oxidants.
      Fire may result from contact with heat, acids, organic or combustible mat-
      ter.  Keep cover tightly closed.  Store container in an upright position
      in a cool place.  Do not mix with anything but water.  Mixing with ammo-
      nia, acid detergents, or acid toilet bowl cleaners causes release of haz-
      ardous gasses.

      Read labels very carefully for specific warnings, human toxicity state-
      ments, and environmental cautions.

      Follow label directions for the disposal of the product container when
      empty.

      Environmental Hazard Statement;  Sodium dichloro-s-triazinetrine dihydrate
      is toxic to fish.  Do not discharge into lakes, streams, ponds, or public
      waters unless in accordance with an NPDES permit.  For guidance contact
      the regional office of EPA.
      Issued:  9-04-86                 V-081407-1
      Provisional Update:   3-25-88

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                                  	Use Directions
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Site. Efficacy.         	
Dosage and Formulation

AQUATIC NONFOOD

(Aquatic Sites)

Air Washer Water Sys-
 tems
                        General Instructions for Use:  The products regis-
                        tered for this site are intended to control the
                        growth of slime-forming bacteria, fungi, and al-
                        gae.

                        Badly fouled systems must be cleaned by any suita-
                        ble means before treatment is begun.  Make applica-
                        tion at a point in the system where the chemical
                        will be uniformly mixed.  When algal or microbial
                        growth is noticed, an initial high concentration
                        dosage shoald be used and repeated until control
                        is achieved.  When control is evident, a subse-
                        quent dosage of lower concentration should be used
                        to maintain control.  Should algae or slime become
                        visible again, tfoe initial slug dose should be
                        used, followed by the maintenance procedure.

  Microbicide/microbistat

  Slime-forming bacteria

  Slime-forming fungi

  Algae

    8-15 ppm avail. Cl  Initial treatment.  When system is noticeably
    (5.63%, 11.25%,     fouled, add product to system.  Repeat until con-
     22.5%, 45% G)      trol is achieved.
      or
    3-9 ppm avail. Cl
    (99%, 99.3% G)

    4-8 ppm avail. Cl   Subsequent treatment.  When microbial control is
             (5.63%, 11.25%,
              22.5%, 45% G)
               or
             0.5-5 ppm avail.
             (99%, 99.3% G)
                        evident, add product to system.  Repeat as needed
                        to maintain 1 ppm of chlorine residual in the re-
                        circulating water for at least 4 hours.
                     Cl
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                                 V-081407-2
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             and Formulation
       Baths and Whirlpool
       Baths
                            EPA Compendium of Acceptable Uses

                                	Use Directions
                              General Instructions for Use:  The product regis-
                              tered for this site is intended to clean and disin-
                              fect whirlpool baths.  Drain whirlpool to just be-
                              low water intake.  Add product and start pump to
                              circulate solution.  Wash surfaces with a swab or
                              sponge.  Drain and rinse with fresh water.
 MA

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          Microbicide/microbistat

          Slime-forming bacteria
          Algae

            1 ppm avail.
            (99% G)
Cl
                              Maintenance treatment.  Broadcast granules into
                              water with jets running.
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        Brewery Pasteurizer
         Water
J3AAA
                              General Instructions for Use:  The product regis-
                              tered for this site is intended to control slime-
                              forming bacteria in tunnel pasteurizers and con-
                              tainer warmers.  Drain, clean, and refill pasteur-
                              izer prior to initial treatment.  Add product to
                              the water system by manual or automatic propor-
                              tioner methods.  Add product to each compartment
                              or tank and allow for equal distribution through-
                              out the pasteurizer system.  Maintain concentra-
                              tion of product in the system by daily monitoring
                              and addition of product.  Periodically drain and
                              clean the system.

        Microbicide/microbistat

        Slime-forming bacteria

        Slime-forming fungi

          1-101  ppm avail.  Cl Initial slug, intermittent, or continuous feed
          (18% G)
          (99.5% P/T)
          3-67 ppm avail.
          (99.5% P/T)
                               treatment.  When  system  is noticeably fouled, add
                               product  to  system.  Repeat until  control  is
                               achieved.

                           Cl  Subsequent  slug,  intermittent,  or continuous feed
                               treatment.  When  microbial control is evident, add
                               product  to  the  system.   Repeat  daily, at  3 day in-
                               tervals, or as  needed  to maintain control as inter-
                               mittent  or  slug method.   May  also be applied as
                               continuous  feed method.
      Issued:   9-04-86
                                        V-081407-3
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Site. Efficacy.         .	Use Directions	
Dosage and Formulation

Commercial and Indus-
 trial Water Cooling
 Towers and Evaporative
 Condensers
                        General Instructions for Use;  The products regis-
                        tered for this site are intended to control the
                        growth of slime-forming bacteria, fungi, and algae
                        which impair the efficiency of the system.  Meth-
                        ods of application may be slug feed treatment,
                        intermittent feed treatment, or continuous feed
                        treatment.

                        Slug Feed Treatment - Treatment that involves addi-
                        tion of a specified dose to the system at 1 time.
                        Treatment may be repeated at intervals, usually
                        once a day or less frequently.

                        Intermittent Feed Treatment - Treatment that is on
                        a semi-continuous basis.  Provides a continuous
                        dosage over a brief period and is repeated at stat-
                        ed intervals.

                        Continuous Feed Treatment - Treatment that is on
                        an uninterrupted basis to provide a sustained con-
                        centration.  Usually an initial slug dose is used
                        to establish control prior to continuous treat-
                        ment.

                        When algal or microbial growth is noticed, an ini-
                        tial high concentration dosage is used and repeat-
                        ed until control is achieved.  When control is evi-
                        dent, a subsequent dosage of lower concentration
                        is used to maintain control.  Should algae or
                        slime become visible again, the initial slug dose
                        should be used, followed by the maintenance proce-
                        dure.

                        Badly fouled systems must be cleaned by any suita-
                        ble means before treatment is begun.

                        Products may be fed by drip-feed device, measuring
                        container, or suitable chemical pump such as pro-
                        portioning, variable speed positive displacement,
                        or reciprocating types.  Manual additions may also
                        be used.  Products should be fed at a location in
                        the system where they will be uniformly mixed and
                        evenly distributed.
Issued:  9-04-86                 V-081407-4
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        Site.  Efficacy.          	Use  Directions	
        Dosage and Formulation

        Commercial and Industrial Water Cooling Towers and Evaporative  Condensers
         (continued)

          Microbicide/microbistat

          Slime-forming bacteria

          Slime-forming fungi

;HAAAA       Algae

            2-101 ppm avail.  Cl Initial slug,  intermittent, or  continuous  feed
            (5.63%, 11.25%,     treatment.   When system is noticeably fouled, add
             18%, 20%, 22.5%,   product to system.  Repeat until  control is
             33.6%, 34%, 37.5%, achieved.
             40%, 45%, 54%,
             99%, 99.3%, 99.5%,
             100% G)
            (99.5% P/T)
            (33%, 54%, 100%
             SC/S)

            1-67 ppm avail. Cl  Subsequent slug, intermittent,  or continuous feed
            (5.63%, 11.25%,     treatment.   When microbial control is evident,  add
             18%, 20%, 22.5%,   product to system.  Repeat as needed  to maintain 1
             33.6%, 34%, 37.5%, ppm of chlorine residual in the recirculating
             45%, 54%, 99%,     water for at least 4 hours.
             99.3%, 99.5%,
             100% G)
            (99.5% P/T)
            (33%, 54%, 100%
             SC/S)
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                                  	Use Directions
.28

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Site. Efficacy.         	
Dosage and Formulation

Heat Exchanger Water
                        General Instructions for Use;  The products regis-
                        tered in this site are microbistats used to con-
                        trol the growth of slime-forming bacteria, slime-
                        forming fungi, and algae in industrial recirculat-
                        ing heat exchanger water.  The object of control
                        is to stabilize the microbial population at a lev-
                        el at which slimes will not interfere with the
                        operating efficiency of the system.  These prod-
                        ucts are for industrial and commercial use only.

                        Systems should be drained and thoroughly cleaned
                        to remove algae, microbiological slime and other
                        deposits prior to treatment.  Treatment involves
                        an initial dose which is repeated until microbial
                        control is obtained, followed by subsequent doses
                        added periodically to maintain control.  Add prod-
                        uct at a point in the system where it will be uni-
                        formly mixed and evenly distributed.  Application
                        is by slug, intermittent, or continuous feed meth-
                        ods.  In systems which are not recirculating, prod-
                        uct should be added at various locations in the
                        system to facilitate distribution of treatment.
                        Feed product into system by chemical metering pump
                        or disperse in measuring container.  The frequency
                        of addition of maintenance doses depends upon the
                        amount of blowdown and the severity of the micro-
                        biological problem.

  Microbicide/microbistat

  Slime-forming bacteria

  Slime-forming fungi

  Algae

    7-109 ppm avail. Cl Initial slug, intermittent, or continuous feed
    (99.5% G)           treatment.  When system is noticeably fouled, add
    (99.5% P/T)         product to the system.  Repeat until control is
    (54% SC/S)          achieved.

    3-67 ppm avail. Cl  Subsequent slug, intermittent, or continuous feed
              (99.5% G)
              (99.5% P/T)
              (54% SC/S)
                        treatment.  When microbial control is evident, add
                        product to the system.  Repeat daily, at 3 day in-
                        tervals or as needed to maintain control as inter-
                        mittent or slug method.  May also be applied as
                        continuous feed method.
          Issued:   9-04-86
                                 V-081407-6
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        Site. Efficacy.         	Use Directions	
        Dosage and Formulation

 |29MA    Industrial Processing
 r       Water
                                General Instructions for Use:  The products regis-
                                tered for this site are intended to control slime-
                                forming bacteria, slime-forming fungi, and algae
                                in industrial non-potable water supplies.  An ini-
                                tial high dosage is used when treatment is begun
                                and repeated until control is achieved.  This is
                                followed by the lower subsequent dose to maintain
                                control.

8         Microbicide/microbistat

ABAAA      Slime-forming bacteria

'AFQBB      Slime-forming fungi

[AAAAA      Algae

            4-101 ppm avail. Cl Initial slug, intermittent, or continuous feed
            (99.5% G)           treatment.  When system is noticeably fouled, add
            (99.5% P/T)         product to the system.  Repeat until control is
            (20% SC/S)          achieved.

            3-67 ppm avail. Cl  Subsequent slug, intermittent, or continuous feed
            (99.5% G)           treatment.  When microbial control is evident, add
            (99.5% P/T)         product to the system.  Repeat daily, at 3 day in-
                                tervals, or as needed to maintain control as inter-
                                mittent or slug method.  May also be applied as
                                continuous feed method.
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Site.  Efficacy.
Dosage and  Formulation

Secondary Oil Recovery
 Systems
                          EPA Compendium of Acceptable Uses

                             _  	      Use Directions
                             General Instructions for Use:  The products regis-
                             tered for this site are intended for use in second-
                             ary oil recovery water systems such as oil field
                             water flood or salt water disposal systems for the
                             control of sulfate-reducing bacteria (Desulfovi-
                             brio desulfuricans)f and aerobic slime-forming
                             bacteria (Pseudomonas sp. and Bacillus sp.) which
                             impair efficiency of the system.  Method of appli-
                             cation may be slug, intermittent, or continuous.

                             Slug Feed Treatment.  Treatment that involves addi-
                             tion of a specified dose to the system at 1 time.
                             Treatment may be repeated at intervals, usually
                             once a day or less frequently.

                             Intermittent Feed Treatment.  Treatment that is on
                             a semi-continuous basis.  Provides a continuous
                             dosage over a brief period and is repeated at stat-
                             ed intervals.

                             Continuous Feed Treatment.  Treatment that is on
                             an uninterrupted basis to provide a sustained con-
                             centration.  Usually an initial slug dose is used
                             to establish control prior to continuous treat-
                             ment.

                             When algal or microbial growth is noticed,  an ini-
                             tial high concentration dosage is used and repeat-
                             ed to obtain control.  When control is evident, a
                             subsequent dosage of lower concentration is used
                             to maintain control.

                             Badly fouled systems must be cleaned by any suita-
                             ble means before treatment is begun.

                             Products may be fed by drip-feed device, measuring
                             container, or suitable chemical pump such as pro-
                             portioning, variable speed positive displacement,
                             or reciprocating types.  Manual additions may also
                             be used.  Products should be fed at a location in
                             the system where they will be uniformly mixed and
                             evenly distributed.

                             Hyamine treatment recommendations may vary depend-
                             ing upon the design of the specific system and the
                             specific problems.  Bacteriological and chemical
                             tests should be performed to determine the nature
                             of the problem, establish the number and type of
                             microorganisms present, and estimate the amount of
                             the proper dosage needed for treatment.
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                               	Use Directions
 MA
 lAAA
Site.  Efficacy.
Dosage and Formulation
Secondary Oil  Recovery Systems (continued)

  Microbicide/microbistat

  Slime-forming bacteria

  Slime-forming fungi
011MA
  Algae

    45-450 ppm avail.
     Cl
    (99.5% PA)

    45-225 ppm avail.
     Cl
    (99.5% P/T)
    15-225 ppm avail.
     Cl
    (99.5% P/T)

Swimming Pool Water
                               Slug feed treatment.
                               Intermittent feed treatment or subsequent slug.
                               When system is noticeably fouled, add product to
                               system.  Repeat every 3 days or as needed to main-
                               tain control.

                               Continuous feed treatment.
                               General Instructions for Use:  The products regis-
                               tered for this site are for use as disinfectants
                               and algaecides in swimming pool water.  Treatment
                               procedures for swimming pool water include initial
                               treatment for newly filled pools, maintenance,
                               superchlorination, and winterizing.

                               Initial treatment.  For the initial treatment of
                               newly filled pools or for pool start-up, one or
                               more high doses of product are added until the
                               proper residual chlorine is established.  Prior to
                               initial treatment, backwash or properly clean fil-
                               ter system and adjust pH to specified range (usual-
                               ly pH 7.2 to 7.6 for chlorine-bearing products).

                               The use of a chlorine stabilizing agent such as
                               s-triazinetriol (cyanuric acid) is recommended by
                               some products prior to or following the initial
                               treatment.  The stabilizer (or conditioner) is
                               used to slow the dissipation rate of the residual
                               chlorine.  Stabilized pools usually require mainte-
                               nance of a higher concentration of residual chlo-
                               rine than unstabilized pools.

                               Maintenance.  To maintain the proper residual chlo-
                               rine, daily or less frequent doses of product are
                               added to the pool water.  Maintenance of a resi-
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EPA Compendium of Acceptable Uses

   	Use Directions
        Swimming  Pool  Water (continued)
                                dual  chlorine is dependent on ambient temperature,
                                light intensity, bather load, and airborne contami-
                                nants.   Test pool water with test kits frequently
                                to maintain the proper residual  chlorine level  and
                                the proper pH.  Follow label directions for method
                                of application (e.g., broadcast  on the surface,
                                predissolve in water, and pour in skimmer, float-
                                ing dispenser,  or automatic feeding device).

                                Superchlorination.  Superchlorination or shock
                                treatment is used to quickly increase the residual
                                chlorine in the pool water.  Superchlorination  is
                                used periodically to control algae and reduce ac-
                                cumulated organic matter due to  high temperatures,
                                rain, and wind.  Products usually specify treat-
                                ment once every 7 or 14 days. Add when pool  is
                                not in use.  Do not allow swimmers to enter pool
                                until residual chlorine falls below 2.0 to 3.0  ppm
                                as indicated by proper testing.

                                Winterizing.  Product is added to pool water  to
                                control the growth of algae and  odor-causing  bac-
                                teria during the winter months.   Add product  prior
                                to covering pool for the winter.
          Disinfectant

lAAAA       Algae

            0.8-4.2 ppm avail.  Initial pool water treatment.
             Cl
            (49.1%, 96%, 99%,
             100% G)
              or
            8.2-15 ppm avail.
             Cl
            (49.1%, 60%, 99%,
             99.3%, 100% G)
            (100% P/T)
              or
            13.2 ppm avail. Cl
            (49.1% P/T)
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Dosage and Formulation
                 EPA Compendium of Acceptable Uses

                     	Use Directions
Swimming Pool Water (continued)

    [MAI]               Initial pool water treatment.
    9.5-19.2 ppm avail. Formulated with alkyl*dimethyl benzyl ammonium
     Cl                 chloride *alkyl (95% C14, 3% C12, 2% C16).
    (64% P/T)
    (64% SC/S)

    0.4-4 ppm avail. Cl Maintenance pool water treatment.
    (60%, 96%, 99%,
     99.3%, 100% G)
    (100% P/T)
      or
    1-2 ppm avail. Cl
    (100% SC/S)

    [MAI]               Maintenance pool water treatment.
    2.1-2.4 ppm avail.  Formulated with alkyl*dimethyl benzyl ammonium
     Cl                 chloride *alkyl (95% C14, 3% C12, 2% C16).
    (64% P/T)
    (64% SC/S)

    3.8-8.7 ppm avail.  Superchlorination pool water treatment.
     Cl
    (60%, 96%, 99%,
     100% G)

    6.7 ppm avail. Cl   Winterizing pool water treatment.
    (99% G)
                        Initial spa pool water treatment.
5 ppm avail. Cl
(99% G)
  or
8.4 ppm avail. Cl
(100% G)
    0.8 ppm avail. Cl   Maintenance spa pool water treatment.
    (99% G)
      or
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EPA Compendium of Acceptable Uses

    _	Use Directions
Swimming Pool Water  (continued)

    2-4 ppm avail. Cl
    (100%  6)

    4.2-8  ppm avail. Cl  Superchlorination spa  pool water  treatment.
    (100%  G)
      or
    5-8 ppm avail. Cl
    (99% G)
    (99% P/T)
    5 ppm avail.  Cl
    (99.3% G)
      or
    8.3 ppm avail. Cl
    (100% PA)

    [MAI]
   Superchlorination wader and splasher pool water
   treatment.
   Superchlorination wader and splasher pool water
    51.2 ppm avail.  Cl  treatment.
    (64% P/T)           Formulated  with alkyl*dimethyl  benzyl ammonium
    (64% SC/S)          chloride *alkyl (95% C14,  3% C12,  2% C16).
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    j Efficacy.          	  Use Directions
       ?nd Formulation
 INDOOR

 {Pets and Domestic Animals)
 {Animals and Their Man-Made Premises')

 Hatching Egg Treatment
                        General Instructions for Use:  The products regis-
                        tered in this site are used to sanitize hatching
                        eggs to reduce bacterial contamination.  For treat-
                        ment of eggs for human consumption, see Commercial
                        Egg Treatment.

                        Treat eggs prior to incubation, soon after gather-
                        ing.  Product directions may require prewashing
                        the eggs.  Grossly soiled eggs should not be used
                        for hatching.  Dilute product and apply by dip-
                        ping, by spraying, or by cloth.  The temperature
                        of the solution should be warmer than the eggs to
                        prevent infusion of the product solution into the
                        eggs.  A temperature of 110 to 120 F (43.3 to 48.9
                        C) is usually recommended.  A potable water rinse
                        is specified for some products.

  Sanitizer

    104-118 ppm avail.  Sanitization of eggs for hatching.  With a convey-
     Cl                 or type machine, spray with the solution and allow
    (28%, 99% G)        eggs to drain and dry.
    (28% WP)
    (17%, 28% SC/S)
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                     EPA  Compendium of Acceptable Uses
       Efficacy.
  Dosage and Formulation
          Use  Directions
  (Agricultural Premises and  Equipment)
 Commercial Egg Treat-
  ment
                        General  Instructions for Use:   The products regis-
                        tered in this site are for use in cleaning and
                        sanitizing commercial eggs (i.e., eggs intended
                        for  human consumption).   These products reduce bac-
                        teria on egg shell surfaces which cause spoilage
                        of fresh and storage eggs.

                        Single step method:   Product is used for cleaning
                        and  sanitizing of eggs in one-step.

                        Two  step method:   Procedure requires 2 steps:
                        1) the initial cleaning  of eggs and  gross reduc-
                        tion of  bacteria,  followed by;  2) final sanitiza-
                        tion with a sanitizing rinse.   Products may be
                        cleaners and sanitizers  or sanitizers only.  Clean-
                        ers  and  sanitizers are used in the first step  or
                        in both  steps.  Sanitizers are used  only in the
                        final sanitizing  step.

                        Eggs are treated  by spray, dip,  or immersion.
                        Label directions  may specify use of  product in
                        1) spray,  tank-type,  brush,  oscillating,  propel-
                        ler,  air-action,  automatic conveyor,  or systemized
                        continuous washers;  2) basket  or immersion wash-
                        ers;  or  3) manual  washing operations.   Follow  manu-
                        facturer's instructions  for  use  of products  in spe-
                        cific washer units.   For immersion washing,  a  2 to
                        5 minute immersion of eggs is  specified.   For  egg
                        plants operating  under United  States  Department of
                        Agriculture supervision,  immersion of eggs  in
                        water is no longer permitted.

                        For  federally inspected  egg  plants,  operating  un-
                        der  the  supervision of the United States  Depart-
                        ment  of  Agriculture,  follow  the  regulations  of the
                        U.S.D.A.  Egg Grading  Branch  for  washing egg
                        shells.

                        U.S.D.A.  recommended  shell egg washing  procedures:
                        1) Wash  eggs promptly after  gathering.
                        2) Do not  try to  clean excessively dirty eggs.
                        3) Water with an  iron content  in excess of  2 ppm
                        should not be used.
                        4) Do not  reuse wash  water except when  used  in a
                        continuous type washer.
                        5) Wash  water temperature to be  90 F  (32.2  C)  or
                        higher.
                        6) Maintain wash water at a  temperature 20  to  40 F
                        (11.1  to 22.2 C) warmer  than the eggs.
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 compendium of Acceptable Uses

	Use Directions
 rnmmercial E^g Treatment (continued)
  Sanitizer

    93-117 ppm  avail.
     Cl
    (28%, 99% G)
    (17%, 28%,  34%
     SC/S)
      or
    200-235  ppm avail.
     Cl
    (28% G)
    (28% SC/S)
                       7) Spray  rinse  washed eggs  with warm potable water
                       containing  an approved sanitizing  compound.
                       8) Eggs should  be reasonably dry before  casing or
                       breaking.

                       Observe specific  product directions  concerning re-
                       quirements  for  product dilution, water tempera-
                       ture,  contact time,  and potable water rinse.  A
                       thorough  potable  water rinse should  be specified
                       after  final sanitizing treatment of  eggs with resi-
                       dual sanitizer  compound if  eggs are  to be  immedi-
                       ately  broken for  use in the manufacture  of egg
                       products.
Sanitization of eggs.
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         Efficacy.
1-1
nnsaee and Formulation

Dairy Equipment
 (Unspecified)
                                         Use  Directions
                           General Instructions for Use;  The products regis-
                           tered in this site are for use on dairy equipment
                           and dairy milk-contact surfaces.  Note:  Products
                           were placed in this entry when the product label
                           used the term "dairy" without specifying dairy
                           farm (milk production) and/or dairy plant (milk
                           processing).

                           Clean and rinse all equipment prior to sanitiza-
                           tion.   Deposits of milk solids will interfere with
                           sanitization, thus all contaminating milk residue
                           must be flushed from equipment and equipment sur-
                           faces prior to sanitization.   Activity of chemical
                           sanitizers may be adversely affected by ingredi-
                           ents in washing compounds and organic matter car-
                           ried over from the wash solution.   A rinse between
                           the cleaning  and the sanitizing treatment is impor-
                           tant in maintaining the strength of the sanitizing
                           solution.   A  one-step cleaner-sanitizer may be
                           used without  prior cleaning.

                           Dilute product as directed to prepare sanitizing
                           solutions.  Apply by circulation,  immersion,  wipe,
                           swab,  brush,  or spray.   Allow the  solution to
                           drain and air dry.  Do not rinse the surface with
                           water after sanitizing as this will recontaminate
                           the surface.

                           Observe local regulations regarding contact time
                           of  sanitizing solutions.   A 2 minute contact time
                           is  stipulated by health departments that follow
                           the United States Public  Health Service Ordinance
                           and Code.

                           Sanitizing solutions used on  food  contact equip-
                           ment and surfaces are regulated by the Food and
                           Drug Administration and Indirect Food Additives un-
                           der Title 21, Code of Federal Regulations,  Section
                           178.1010.   Solutions specified in  this section may
                           be  safely used on food contact equipment and sur-
                           faces  that are adequately drained  before contact
                           with food.  The solutions may not  exceed specified
                           concentrations (100 ppm available  chlorine).

                           Refer  to Appendix F of the Grade 'A'  Pasteurized
                           Milk Ordinance - 1965 Recommendations of the Unit-
                           ed  States  Public Health Service for existing milk
                           sanitization  standards  and local milk sanitization
                           regulations.
  Issued:  9-04-86
                                V-081407-16
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    , Efficacy.         	Use Directions	
Dosage and Formulation

Dairy Equipment  (Unspecified)  (continued)

  Sanitizer

    93-210 ppm avail.   Sanitization of precleaned equipment and utensils.
    Cl
    (2.95%,  5.6%,  25%,
    28%, 99% G)
    (25% PA)
    (5.6%, 6.25%,
    20.25%,  25%,  28%,
    29%, 34%, 40%,
    62.6% SC/S)
      or
    199-252  ppm
    (5.6%,  25%,  28%,
    40% G)
    (5.6%,  20.25%, 25%,
     28%,  34%, 40%
     SC/S)
      or
    160 ppm
    (38.1% G)
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(iQOSJF
Site. Efficacy.
Dosage and Formulation

Dairy Farm Premises
                              EPA Compendium ot Acceptable Uses

                                  	Use Directions
                                 General Instructions for Use;  The products regis-
                                 tered in this site are for use on floors, walls,
                                 and other non-food contact surfaces on Dairy Farm
                                 Premises.

                                 Product is diluted with water and applied by rag,
                                 swab, sponge, brush, sprayer, or by immersion.
                                 Before sanitizer treatment, preclean and rinse all
                                 surfaces thoroughly.  Remove gross filth from sur-
                                 faces prior to treatment with one-step cleaner-
                                 disinfectants.

                                 Non-food use limitation:  No food tolerance has
                                 been established for product.  Contamination of
                                 food or food animals by product residues is to be
                                 strictly avoided.  Follow non-food use procedures:

                                 1) Do not use in milking stalls, milking parlors,
                                 or milk houses (for phenolics, cresylic acid, and
                                 pine oils).
                                 2) Remove all animals and feed from premises, vehi-
                                 cles, and enclosures.
                                 3) Remove all litter and manure from floors,
                                 walls, and surfaces of barns, pens, stalls,
                                 chutes, and other facilities and fixtures occupied
                                 or traversed by animals.
                                 4) Empty all troughs, racks, and other feeding and
                                 watering appliances.
                                 5) Thoroughly clean all surfaces with soap or
                                 detergent and rinse with water.
                                 6) Saturate all surfaces with the recommended dis-
                                 infecting solution for a period of 10 minutes.
                                 7) Immerse all halters, ropes, and other types of
                                 equipment used in handling and restraining ani-
                                 mals, as well as forks, shovels, and scrapers used
                                 for removing litter and manure.
                                 8) Ventilate buildings, cars, boats, and other
                                 closed spaces.  Do not house livestock or employ
                                 treated equipment until product has been absorbed,
                                 set, or dried.
                                 9) Thoroughly scrub all treated feed racks, man-
                                 gers, troughs, automatic feeders, fountains, and
                                 waters with soap or detergent, and rinse with pot-
                                 able water before reuse.
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          Dosage  and  Formulation
                     EPA Compendium of Acceptable Uses

                        	Use Directions
          Dairy  Farm Premises  (continued)

             Sanitizer
 '630000A
    200 ppm avail. Cl
    (40% G)
    (5.6%, 34% SC/S)
      or
    122 ppm avail. Cl
    (29% WP)
      or
    126 ppm avail. Cl
    (40% SC/S)

(Household)

Household Premises and
 Contents
                                   Sanitization of surfaces.
123
122
  Sanitizer
    (0.9% WP)

  Disinfectant
  Deodorizer
               (0.9% WP)
                                   General Instructions for Use;   The products regis-
                                   tered in this site are for use in household prem-
                                   ises (i.e., walls, floors, fixtures) and contents
                                   (i.e., furnishings, equipment  and other hard sur-
                                   faces).

                                   Preclean surfaces prior to treatment when requir-
                                   ed.   Dilute products as specified on labels.  Ap-
                                   ply by mop, wipe, scrub, or spray.

                                   For mold/mildew control, preclean hard non-porous
                                   surfaces prior to treatment when required.   Apply
                                   by sponge, cloth, mop, or spray.  Allow to  dry.
                                   Do not rinse.  Repeat periodically or when  mold/
                                   mildew growth appears.
                                   Sanitization of household premises.
                                   Disinfectant-cleaner for surfaces.
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          Site.  Efficacy^         	Use Directions     	
          Dosage and Formulation

          Household Premises and Contents (continued)

            Disinfectant

              940 ppm avail. Cl   Disinfection of surfaces.
              (5.6% SC/S)

 55000JA    Poultry House Premises
 55000GA     and Equipment
                                  General Instructions for Use:   The product regis-
                                  tered in this site is for use in poultry houses,
                                  including broiler, layer and brooder houses,
                                  cages, coops, crates, feeding and watering equip-
                                  ment and other equipment found on these premises.

                                  Dilute product with water.  Apply by cloth, swab,
                                  sponge, brush, spray, or immersion.   Before sani-
                                  tizer or disinfectant treatment, preclean and
                                  rinse all surfaces thoroughly.  Remove gross filth
                                  from surfaces prior to treatment with one-step
                                  cleaner-disinfectants.

                                  Non-food use limitation:  No food tolerance has
                                  been established for product.   Contamination of
                                  food or food animals by product residues is to be
                                  strictly avoided.  Follow non-food use directions:

                                  1) Remove all poultry and feeds from premises,
                                  trucks, coops, and crates.
                                  2) Remove all litter and droppings from floors,
                                  walls, and surfaces of facilities occupied or
                                  traversed by poultry.
                                  3) Empty all troughs, racks, and other feeding and
                                  watering appliances.
                                  4) Thoroughly clean all surfaces with soap or
                                  detergent and rinse with water.
                                  5) Saturate surfaces with the recommended disin-
                                  fecting solution for a period of 10 minutes.
                                  6) Ventilate buildings, coops, and other closed
                                  spaces.  Do not house poultry or employ equipment
                                  until treatment has been absorbed, set, or dried.
                                  7) Thoroughly scrub treated feed racks, troughs,
                                  automatic feeders, fountains, and waterers with
                                  soap or detergent, and rinse with potable water
                                  before reuse.

>2           Disinfectant

              248 ppm avail. Cl   Disinfection of precleaned poultry house premises
              (29% WP)            and equipment.
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Site. Efficacy.         	Use Directions	
Dosage and Formulation

(Commercial and Industrial Uses)

  (Food and Feed Processing Plants)

  General Information;
  Equipment and food contact surfaces general instructions for use:  Thor-
  oughly clean and rinse equipment.  Sanitize immediately before equipment
  is to be used, or as specified by local regulations.  One-step sanitizer-
  cleaners and disinfectant-cleaners may be used without prior cleaning.
  Dilute product as directed.  Application may be by wet wipe, scrub,
  flood, flush, rinse, circulation, immersion, or spray methods.

  Observe local regulations regarding contact period of the sanitizing
  solution.  A 2 minute contact time is stipulated by health departments
  that follow the United States Public Health Service Ordinance and Code.
  Adhere to manufacturer's instructions regarding the temperature of dilu-
  ent and rinse.  Drain equipment and food contact surfaces thoroughly.
  Rinse with potable water when required.

  Sanitizing solutions are regulated by the Food and Drug Administration
  as Indirect Food Additives under Title 21, Code of Federal Regulations,
  Section 178.1010.  Solutions specified in this section may be safely
  used on food processing equipment within the prescribed conditions.  The
  solutions may not exceed specified concentrations (200 ppra).  A potable
  water rinse is not required following the use of the solutions, provided
  the equipment and surfaces are adequately drained before contact with
  food.  The solutions may not exceed specified concentrations.  A potable
  water rinse is required when drainage alone is inadequate to prevent
  adulteration of food products.

  The use of sanitizing solutions other than those identified in 21 Code
  of Federal Regulations, Section 178.1010, disinfecting solutions, one-
  step sanitizer-cleaners and disinfectant-cleaners must always be fol-
  lowed by a potable water rinse.

  Premises (i.e.. floors, walls, and other non-food contact surfaces) gen-
  eral instructions for use;  Product directions may require a precleaning
  step before treatment.  Remove all particulate contamination.  Applica-
  tion may be by wipe, scrub, rinse, mop, or spray.  Allow recommended con-
  tact time.  Remove or carefully protect food products and food packaging
  materials before using quaternary ammonium products.  Avoid contamina-
  tion of food contact surfaces and food when applying pesticide solu-
  tions.  Drain surfaces thoroughly.  Rinse with potable water where re-
  quired.

  For mold/mildew control, preclean hard non-porous surfaces prior to
  treatment when required.  Apply by sponge, cloth, mop, or spray.  Allow
  to dry.  Do not rinse.  Repeat periodically or when mold/mildew growth
  appears.
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Site. Efficacy.
Dosage and Formulation

Beverage Processing
 Equipment
                              EPA Compendium of Acceptable Uses

                                 	Use Directions
 23
71019JF
  Sanitizer

    160 ppm avail. Cl
    (38.1% G)
      or
    118-234 ppm avail.
     Cl
    (5.6%, 28% SC/S)
      or
    100-107 ppm
    (20.25%, 37% SC/S)

Beverage Processing
 Plant Premises
                                  General  Instructions for Use:  The products  regis-
                                  tered  in this  site are  for use on beverage process-
                                  ing  equipment.   Beverage processing equipment  in-
                                  cludes utensils,  tanks, vats, hoses, pipelines,
                                  fillers,  capping, crowning, and bottling equipment
                                  and  other beverage contact equipment used in bever-
                                  age, soft drink,  carbonated beverage, and bottling
                                  plant  processing.  Included in this section  are
                                  products intended for final sanitizing of beverage
                                  bottles,  cans,  and other containers.
                                  Sanitization of  precleaned  equipment and utensils.
23
  Sanitizer

     234 ppm avail. Cl
     (5.6% SC/S)
                                  General  Instructions  for  Use:  The products regis-
                                  tered in this  site  are  for use on beverage process-
                                  ing plant premises  (i.e., floors, walls, and other
                                  non-food contact  surfaces).
                                  Sanitization of precleaned  surfaces.
          Issued:   9-04-86
                                 V-081407-22
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 iflOSJE
Site. Efficacy.
Dosage and Formulation

Brewery Processing
 Equipment
                              EPA Compendium of Acceptable Uses

                                  	Use  Directions
                                 General  Instructions  for  Use;   The  products  regis-
                                 tered in this  site  are  for  use  on brewery process-
                                 ing equipment.   Brewery processing  equipment in-
                                 cludes utensils, tanks, vats, hoses,  pipelines,
                                 fillers, capping and  crowning equipment,  filters,
                                 fermenters,  and other food  contact  equipment used
                                 in brewery processing.
23
  Sanitizer

    99-210 ppm avail.
     Cl
    (5.6%, 25%, 28% G)
    (25% P/T)
    (5.6%, 20.25%, 25%,
     28%, 34%, 40%
     SC/S)
      or
    199-252 ppm avail.
     Cl
    (5.6%, 25%, 28%,
     40% G)
    (5.6%, 25%, 28%,
     34%, 40% SC/S)
      or
    160 ppm avail. Cl
    (38.1% G)
                                 Sanitization of precleaned equipment  and  utensils.
         Issued:   9-04-86
                                 V-081407-23
187

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  J1003JF
Site. Efficacy,
Dosage and Formulation

Brewery Premises
                               EPA Compendium  of Acceptable Uses

                                   	Use Directions
 123
/71004JE
L23
                                  General Instructions for Use;  The products  regis-
                                  tered  in  this  site are for use on brewery premises
                                  (i.e., floors, walls, and other non-food contact
                                  surfaces).
  Sanitizer
              210-252 ppm avail.  Sanitization of precleaned surfaces.
               Cl
              (40% G)
              (34%, 40% SC/S)
                or
              100-126 ppm avail.
               Cl
              (34%, 40% SC/S)
    200 ppm avail. Cl
    (5.6% SC/S)

Cannery Processing
 Equipment
                                   Sanitizer-cleaner for  surfaces.
  Sanitizer

    234 ppm avail. Cl
    (5.6% SC/S)
71004JF    Cannery Premises
23
  Sanitizer

    234 ppm avail.
    (5.6% SC/S)
                                   General  Instructions for Use:  The products regis-
                                   tered  in this  site  are for use on cannery process-
                                   ing  equipment  including vats, conveyor belts, uten-
                                   sils,  tanks, hoses, pipelines, fillers, and other
                                   food contact surfaces.
                                   Sanitization of precleaned equipment and utensils,
                                   General  Instructions for Use:  The products regis-
                                   tered  in this  site  are for use in canning plant
                                   premises (i.e.,  floors, walls, and other non-food
                                   contact  surfaces).
                             Cl   Sanitization of precleaned equipment and utensils,
          Issued:  9-04-86
                                 V-081407-24
                                                                                  18*

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oOOJF
Site. Efficacy.
Dosage and Formulation

Food Processing Equip-
 ment and Surfaces
 (Food Contact)
                             EPA Compendium of  Acceptaoie  uses

                                 	Use  Directions
          Sanitizer

            93-126 ppm avail.
             Cl
            (5.6%, 25%, 28%,
             99% G)
            (25% P/T)
            (28% WP)
            (5.6%, 17%, 20.25%,
             25%, 28%, 29%,
             34%, 37%, 40%,
             62.6% SC/S)
              or
            199-252 ppm avail.
             Cl
            (5.6%, 25%, 28%,
             34%, 40% G)
            (5.6%, 25%, 28%,
             34%, 40%, 75%
             SC/S)
              or
            160 ppm avail. Cl
            (38.1% G)
                                General  Instructions  for  Use;   The  products  regis-
                                tered in this site are  for  use  on food  processing
                                equipment (i.e.,  blanchers,  evaporators,  fillers,
                                tanks,  vats,  pipelines, valves,  utensils,  cutting
                                boards,  and other food  contact  surfaces).
                        Sanitization of precleaned equipment and utensils.
        Issued:  9-04-86
                                  V-081407-25
189

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 IDOOJF
fABQBB
Site. Efficacy.
Dosage and Formulation

Food Processing Plant
 Premises
                              EPA Compendium of Acceptable Uses

                                  	Use Directions
                                 General Instructions for Use:  The products regis-
                                 tered in this site are for use on food processing
                                 plant premises (i.e., floors, walls, and other non-
                                 food contact surfaces).
           Sanitizer
             100-126 ppm avail.  Sanitization of precleaned surfaces.
              Cl
             (17%, 34%, 40%
              SC/S)
               or
             122 ppm avail. Cl
             (29% WP)
               or
             200-252 ppm avail.
              Cl
             (40% G)
             (34%, 40% SC/S)
                                 Sanitization of surfaces.
    234 ppm avail. Cl
    (5.6% SC/S)

  Disinfectant
             427 ppm avail. Cl   Disinfection of precleaned surfaces.
             (38.1% G)
  Mold/mildew

     1170-1633 ppm
     avail.  Cl
     (28% SC/S)
                                 Mold/mildew control on surfaces.
         Issued:  9-04-86
                                  V-081407-26
                                                                               190

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                             EPA Compendium of Acceptable Uses

       Site. Efficacy.          	Use Directions	
       Dosage  and Formulation

 I7JF   Fruit and  Vegetable
         Premises
                                General Instructions for Use:  The product regis-
                                tered in this site is for use in fruit and vegeta-
                                ble storage areas (i.e., floors, walls, and other
                                non-food contact surfaces).

3         Sanitizer

            234 ppm avail.  Cl   Sanitization of precleaned surfaces.
            (5.6% SC/S)

1008JE    Meat Processing  Equip-
         ment
                                General Instructions for Use;  The products regis-
                                tered in this site are for use on food contact sur-
                                faces in meat processing plants (i.e., work
                                tables, cutting block surfaces, saws, grinders,
                                utensils, coolers, cleavers, gambrels, carts,
                                trays, racks, trolleys, and similar equipment or
                                food contact surfaces in meat packing plants,
                                slaughter houses, smoke houses, and meat process-
                                ing plants).

3         Sanitizer

            100-118 ppm avail.  Sanitization of precleaned equipment and utensils.
             Cl
            (5.6%, 20.25%, 28%
             SC/S)
               or
            234 ppm avail. Cl
            (5.6%  SC/S)

2         Disinfectant

            938 ppm avail. Cl   Disinfection of precleaned surfaces.
            (28%  SC/S)
         Issued:  9-04-86                 V-081407-27                         ] 9 |

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        Site.  Efficacy.
        Dosage and Formulation

        Meat Processing Plant
         Premises
                     EPA Compendium of Acceptable Uses

                         	Use Directions
1005JE
  Sanitizer

    199 ppm avail. Cl
    (5.6% SC/S)
      or
    234 ppm avail. Cl
    (5.6% SC/S)

  Mold/mildew

    1170-1633 ppm
     avail. Cl
    (28% SC/S)

Milk Processing Equip-
 ment
                                General Instructions for Use:   The products regis-
                                tered in this site are for use in meat processing
                                plant premises (i.e., floors,  walls,  and other non-
                                food contact surfaces).
                                Sanitization of precleaned surfaces.
                                Mold/mildew control on surfaces.
          Sanitizer

            93-118 ppm avail.
             Cl
            (99% G)
            (25%, 28%, 37%
             SC/S)
              or
            160 ppm avail. Cl
            (38.1% G)
                                General Instructions for Use;  The products regis-
                                tered in this site are for use in milk and dairy
                                processing plants.  Included in this section are
                                products used to sanitize blanchers, evaporators,
                                homogenizers, holding tanks, pipelines, valves,
                                utensils, butter starter tanks, cheese processing
                                equipment and utensils, and similar milk contact
                                equipment.
                        Sanitization of precleaned equipment and utensils.
        Issued:  9-04-86
                                 V-081407-28
192

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 (005JF
Site. Efficacy^
Dosage and Formulation

Milk Processing Plant
 Premises
                              EPA Compendium of Acceptable Uses

                                 	  	     Use Directions
7ABQBB
J1009JE
  Disinfectant

    600 ppm avail. Cl
    (37% SC/S)

  Mold/mildew

    1170-1633 ppm
     avail. Cl
    (28% SC/S)

Poultry Processing
 Equipment
                                 General  Instructions for Use;   The products regis-
                                 tered in this site are for use in milk and dairy
                                 processing plant premises (i.e.,  floors,  walls,
                                 ceilings,  and other non-food contact surfaces).

                                 Also refer to Dairy Farm Premises for efficacy,
                                 dose and use information.
                                 Disinfection of precleaned surfaces.
                                 Mold/mildew control  on surfaces.
           Sanitizer

             100-118 ppm avail,
              Cl
             (5.6%,  25%, 28%
              SC/S)
               or
             199-244 ppm avail,
              Cl
             (5.6%,  25%, 29%
              SC/S)
                                 General Instructions for Use:   The  products  regis-
                                 tered in this site are for use on food  contact
                                 surfaces in poultry processing and  packing plants
                                 (i.e., cutting surfaces, picking  machines, uten-
                                 sils, eviscerating lines,  shackle lines,  chill
                                 tanks, packing tables, and other  equipment and
                                 food contact surfaces).
                        Sanitization of precleaned equipment and utensils.
         Issued:   9-04-86
                                 V-081407-29
193

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                               EPA Compendium of Acceptable Uses

          Site. Efficacy.          	Use Directions	
          Dosage  and  Formulation

          Poultry Processing Equipment (continued)

           Disinfectant

              1056 ppm avail.  Cl  Disinfection of precleaned equipment and utensils.
              (20.25% SC/S)

          Poultry Processing
           Plant  Premises
                                  General Instructions for Use;   The products regis-
                                  tered in this site are for use in poultry process-
                                  ing plants (i.e., floors, walls, ceilings, and
                                  other non-food contact surfaces).

 123         Sanitizer

              199 ppm avail. Cl   Sanitization of precleaned surfaces.
              (5.6% SC/S)
               or
              234 ppm avail. Cl
              (5.6% SC/S)

 71010JE    Winery  Processing
           Equipment
                                  General Instructions for Use:   The product regis-
                                  tered in this site is for use  on winery processing
                                  equipment and other food contact surfaces.

 23         Sanitizer

              100 or  200 ppm      Sanitization of precleaned equipment and utensils.
               avail. Cl
              (5.6% SC/S)

 71010JF    Winery  Processing
           Plant  Premises
                                  General Instructions for Use:   The product regis-
                                  tered in this site is for use  on winery premises
                                  (i.e., floors, walls, and other non-food contact
                                  surfaces).

23          Sanitizer

              200 ppm avail. Cl   Sanitization of precleaned surfaces.
              (5.6% SC/S)
          Issued:   9-04-86                 V-081407-30                           1 94

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Site.  Efficacy.
Dosage and Formulation
EPA Compendium of Acceptable Uses

    	Use Directions
  (Eating Establishments)
Eating Establishment
 Equipment and Utensils
                        General Instructions for Use:  The products regis-
                        tered in this site are for use on equipment and
                        utensils in eating establishments (i.e., restau-
                        rants, taverns, bars, cafeterias, etc.) where food
                        and beverages are served.  Utensils include silver-
                        ware, dishes, glassware, and similar cooking and
                        eating utensils.  Equipment includes fixtures,
                        stoves, sinks, and refrigerators.

                        Sanitizers which are registered for use on food
                        contact surfaces are required to be in compliance
                        with the food additive regulations identified in
                        Title 21 Code of Federal Regulations, Section
                        178.1010, Sanitizing solutions.

                        Sanitizer food contact surface treatment instruc-
                        tions;
                        1) Remove surface soils by scraping or flushing
                        with water.
                        2) Wash with a suitable detergent or cleaner.
                        3) Rinse with potable water.
                        4) Dilute product according to label directions.
                        5) Apply by immersion, flooding, spraying, mop-
                        ping, sponging, or wiping making sure to wet all
                        surfaces thoroughly.
                        6) Allow for the specified contact time (at least
                        1 minute).
                        7) Allow the use solution to drain and air dry.
                        8) Do not rinse the surface with water after sani-
                        tizing as this will recontaminate the surface.

                        Follow label instructions for products registered
                        for use on food contact surfaces which are disin-
                        fectants.
Issued:  9-04-86
             V-081407-31
                                                      195

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                     EPA Compendium of Acceptable Uses

Site.  Efficacy.	Use Directions	
Dosage and Formulation

Eating Establishment Equipment and Utensils (continued)

  Sanitizer

    97.4-126 ppm avail. Sanitization of precleaned equipment and utensils.
     Cl
    (5.6%, 5.8%, 6%,
     25%, 28%, 99% G)
    (99% P/T)
    (28% WP)
    (2.4%, 5.6%, 6%,
     6.25%, 17%,
     20.25%, 25%, 28%,
     30%, 34%, 37%,
     40%, 62.6% SC/S)
      or
    199-252 ppm avail.
     Cl
    (5.6%, 25%, 28%,
     40%, 99%  G)
      or
    50-235 ppm avail.
     Cl
    (2.4%, 5.6%, 17%,
     25%, 28%, 34%,
     40% SC/S)
      or
    160 ppm avail.  Cl
    (38.1% G)
      or

    (0.9% G)
 Issued:   9-04-86                 V-081407-32
196

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  J20000A
Site. Efficacy.
Dosage and Formulation

Eating Establishment
 Premises
                                EPA Compendium of Acceptable Uses

                                    	Use Directions
 123
\22
424
  Sanitizer

    100-126 ppm avail.
     Cl
    (34%, 40% SC/S)
      or
    210-252 ppm avail.
     Cl
    (40% G)
    (5.6%, 34%, 40%
     SC/S)

  Disinfectant

    427 ppm avail. Cl
    (38.1% G)

  Disinfectant
  Deodorizer

    608 ppm avail. Cl
    (25% SC/S)
                                   General Instructions for Use:  The products regis-
                                   tered in this site are for use on eating establish-
                                   ment premises (i.e., floors, walls, and other non-
                                   food contact surfaces).  Eating establishment prem-
                                   ises include commercial restaurants and cafeteri-
                                   as, institutional and household kitchens and din-
                                   ing areas, etc.

                                   Preclean surfaces before treatment with the anti-
                                   microbial solution.  Dilute product according to
                                   label directions.  Apply by mop, spray, cloth,
                                   sprinkle, scrub, brush, or machine apparatus.
                                   Thoroughly wet surfaces to be treated.  Avoid con-
                                   tamination of foods or food contact surfaces.
                                   Some products require a rinse with potable water
                                   following the antimicrobial treatment.
                                   Sanitization of precleaned surfaces.
                                   Disinfection of precleaned surfaces.
                                   Disinfection of precleaned surfaces.
           Issued:  9-04-86
                                  V-081407-33

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(300UE
Site. Efficacy.
Dosage and Formulation

  (Food Markets)

Food Dispensing Equip-
 ment
                             EPA Compendium of Acceptable Uses

                                .	Use Directions
           Sanitizer

             126 ppm avail.  Cl
             (6% G)
               or
             50-393 ppm avail.
              Cl
             (2.4%, 6.25% SC/S)
                                 General  Instructions for Use:  The products listed
                                 in section  are  registered as disinfectants and  san-
                                 itizers  for use on  food dispensing equipment
                                 (e.g., vending  machines, beverage dispensers, soft
                                 serve  ice cream machines, etc.).

                                 Preclean equipment.  One-step disinfectat-cleaners
                                 and sanitizer-cleaners do not require a preclean-
                                 Lng step.   Apply product at recommended dilution.
                                 Rinse  food  contact  surfaces with potable water
                                 prior  to reuse  where required.

                                 Sanitizing  solutions used on food contact surfaces
                                 and equipment are regulated by the Food and Drug
                                 Administration  as Indirect Food Additives under
                                 Title  21, Code  of Federal Regulations, Section
                                 178.1010.   Sanitizing  solutions specified in this
                                 section  may be  safely  used on food processing
                                 equipment when  used within the prescribed condi-
                                 tions  of this section.  The use concentration of
                                 sanitizing  solutions may not exceed  that specified
                                 within Title 21, Code  of Federal Regulations, Sec-
                                 tion 178.1010.

                                 Apply  product only  as  specified on the label and
                                 technical data  sheet.
                         Sanitization  of precleaned food dispensing equip-
                         ment.
         Issued:   9-04-86
                                  V-081407-34
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                              EPA Compendium of Acceptable Uses

         Site. Efficacy,         	Use  Directions
         Dosage and Formulation

         (Domestic and Human Uses)

           (Bathrooms)

         Bathroom Premises
                                  General  Instructions  for  Use;  The  products  regis-
                                  tered in this  site  are  for  use in bathroom prem-
                                  ises  (i.e.,  floors, walls,  sinks, bathtubs,  shower
                                  stalls,  toilet seats, toilet  exterior  surfaces,
                                  and fixtures).

                                  Preclean surfaces prior to  treatment.   A preclean-
                                  ing step is  not required  for  one-step  disinfectant-
                                  cleaners.  Dilute product as  directed.   Apply by
                                  mop,  sponge, brush, cloth,  or spray.   Wet surfaces
                                  thoroughly.   Allow  required contact time.  Rinse
                                  where required.

                                  Porous surfaces such  as grout and unfinished or
                                  scarred surfaces may  require  a higher  concentra-
                                  tion  of antimicrobial than  non-porous  surfaces
                                  such  as porcelain and tile.
22           Disinfectant
24           Deodorizer
              427 ppm avail.  Cl   Disinfection of precleaned surfaces.
              (38.1% G)

                                  Disinfecting-cleaner for surfaces.
              (0.9% WP)
                or

              (0.9% G)
          Issued:   9-04-86                 V-081407-35

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     OA
Site.  Efficacy.
Dosage and Formulation

Toilet Bowls and Uri-
 nals
                              EPA Compendium of Acceptable Uses

                                   	Use Directions
           Disinfectant
           Deodorizer

              336 ppm avail.  Cl
              (0.9% G)
               or

              (0.9% WP)

           (Laundry)

          Diapers (Commercial)
23
24
  Sanitizer
  Deodorizer

    189-212 ppm avail.
     Cl
    (18% G)
      or
    189 ppm avail. Cl
    (18% SC/S)
                                  General Instructions for Use:  The products regis-
                                  tered in this site are for use on toilet bowl and
                                  urinal surfaces and water.
                        Disinfectant-cleaner for surfaces.
                                  General Instructions for Use:   The products  regis-
                                  tered in this site are for use on large loads  of
                                  diapers in large commercial wash wheels with dos-
                                  ages based on 100 pounds of dry fabric.  The prod-
                                  ucts are for use by diaper services and hospital,
                                  industrial, and institutional  laundries only.   The
                                  object of control of the residual bacteriostats
                                  and self-sanitizers is to inhibit the growth of
                                  odor-causing and ammonia-producing bacteria  (e.g.,
                                  Brevibacterium ammoniagenes.)  which act on urine
                                  in diapers.  Residual antimicrobial activity is
                                  effective only under conditions of high relative
                                  humidity or wet contamination.

                                  Wet diapers should be spin dried before product is
                                  applied.   Add the diluted product in the pre-wash,
                                  followed by the regular wash cycle with a good
                                  detergent.  Use sanitizing solution promptly after
                                  mixing.
                                  Sanitization of diapers.
         Issued:   9-04-86
                                 V-081407-36

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                             EPA Compendium of Acceptable Uses
  |6HD
Site.  Efficacy.
Dosage and Formulation

Laundry (Hospital.  Com-
 mercial,  and Institu-
 tional)
                                                  Use Directions
23
  Sanitizer

    189-200 ppm avail.
     Cl
    (18% G)
    (18% SC/S)
                                General Instructions for Use;  The products
                                registered in this site are for use in the
                                treatment of laundry (i.e., washable fabrics such
                                as clothing, linens, sheets, towels, blankets,
                                uniforms, and bathing suits) in commercial,
                                institutional, and medical establishments (i.e.,
                                schools, restaurants, hotels, motels, athletic
                                facilities, and hospitals).

                                Fabrics are treated in bulk or multifamily laundry
                                loads.  Commercial machines typically handle 50 to
                                100 pounds of fabric per load and have a lower
                                fabric-to-water weight ratio (1:3 to 1:5) than
                                home washing machines (1:10 to 1:15).

                                Wet fabrics should be spin dried before product is
                                applied.  Add the diluted product in the pre-wash,
                                followed by the regular wash cycle with a good
                                detergent.  Use sanitizing solution promptly after
                                mixing.
                                Sanitization of laundry.
        Issued:   9-04-86
                                  V-081407-37
                                                                                  20

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          Site.  Efficacy,
          Dosage and Formulation

 JJ7006HE    Laundry (Household)
                     EPA Compendium of Acceptable Uses

                         	Use Directions
/890010A
  Sanitizer


    (1.25% SC/S)

  (Refuse)

Garbage Containers
V22
124
  Disinfectant
  Deodorizer

    427 ppm avail. Cl
    (38.1% G)
               (0.9% WP)
                                   General  Instructions  for  Use:   The  products  regis-
                                   tered in this  site  are  for  use  in the  treatment of
                                   household laundry (i.e.,  clothing,  linens, sheets,
                                   towels,  and dish cloths).

                                   Wash water additive (machine  or handwash).
                                   Add product to wash water.  Rinse fabric  following
                                   treatment.
                                   Sanitization of laundry.
                                   General Instructions for  Use;   The  products  in
                                   this site are for use on  garbage container sur-
                                   faces.

                                   Clean and rinse surfaces  prior to treatment.   One-
                                   step disinfectant-cleaners and sanitizer-cleaners
                                   do not require a precleaning step.   Dilute product
                                   as directed on label.  Application  is  by wipe,
                                   mop, swab, wash, rinse, or spray.   Observe re-
                                   quired contact time.
                                   Disinfection of precleaned surfaces.
                                   Disinfectant-cleaner for surfaces.
           Issued:   9-04-86
                                 V-081407-38
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                               EPA Compendium of Acceptable Uses

          Listing of Registered Pesticide Products by Formulation

 |$9.9901   100% technical chemical
            sodium dichloro-s-triazinetrione dihydrate  (081407)                  '00*
              010182-00059

 |40.0002   40% formulation intermediate
            sodium dichloro-s-triazinetrione dihydrate  (081407)                   40*
              000230-00078

 j)49.1002   49.1% formulation  intermediate
            sodium dichloro-s-triazinetrione dihydrate  (081407)                 49.1%
              000230-00077

 ,098.0002   98% formulation intermediate
            sodium dichloro-s-triazinetrione dihydrate  (081407)                   98%
              033980-00002

 ,099.0002   99% formulation intermediate
            sodium dichloro-s-triazinetrione dihydrate  (081407)                   99%
              000230-00070    000230-00071    000524-00313*  001258-00903
              010182-00059    033980-00003    053254-00002   053254-00003
                 *jacket currently unavailable  for review

 099.3002   99.3% formulation  intermediate
            sodium dichloro-s-triazinetrione dihydrate  (081407)                 99.3%
              000230-00069

,000.9004   0.9%  granular
            sodium dichloro-s-triazinetrione dihydrate  (081407)                  0.9*
              003573-00040

.002.9504   2.95% granular
            sodium dichloro-s-triazinetrione dihydrate  (081407)                 ^.95*
              015265-00009

.005.6004   JL-6%  granular
            sodium  dichloro-s-triazinetrione dihydrate (081407)                  5.6%
              000491-00226   005891-00019   006198-00006   040457-00007*
               040871-00005    042709-00003   045244-00005*
                 *jacket currently unavailable for review

005.6304    5.63% granular
             sodium dichloro-s-triazinetrione dihydrate (081407)
               007547-00023

;005.8004    5.8% granular
             sodium dichloro-s-triazinetrione dihydrate (081407)
               003573-00047

;006-0004    6% granular                                   ,.,,rt,x
             sodium dichloro-s-triazinetrione dihydrate  (081407)
               005389-00006
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 (1.2504   11.25% granular
            sodium dichloro-s-triazinetrione dihydrate (081407)                11.25%
              007547-00026

 J118.0004   18% granular
            sodium dichloro-s-triazinetrione dihydrate (081407)                   18%
              001706-00142   009594-00019   032975-00011     040871-00007
              045244-00001

022.5004   22.5% granular
            sodium dichloro-s-triazinetrione dihydrate (081407)                 22.5%
              007547-00025   033576-00018

925.D004   25% granular
            sodium dichloro-s-triazinetrione dihydrate (081407)                   25%
              006198-00005   006574-00009   010634-00019   037741-00002
              040457-00006*  042148-00001   045244-00004*
                *jacket currently unavailable for review

028.0004   28% granular
            sodium dichloro-s-triazinetrione dihydrate (081407)                   28%
              001072-00017   015596-00007   032975-00016   040457-00004
              040871-00006

D33.6004    33.6% granular
            sodium dichloro-s-triazinetrione dihydrate (081407)                 33.6%
              042322-00004

334.0004    34% granular
            sodium dichloro-s-triazinetrione dihydrate (081407)                   34%
              010932-00008   039183-00007   044786-00006

137.5004    37.5% granular
            sodium dichloro-s-triazinetrione dihydrate (081407)                 37.5%
              009640-00030

138.1004    38.1% granular
            sodium dichloro-s-triazinetrione dihydrate (081407)                 38.1%
              001816-00017

I40.0004    40% granular
            sodium dichloro-s-triazinetrione dihydrate (081407)                   40%
              016833-00004   040457-00005

45.0004    45% granular
            sodium dichloro-s-triazinetrione dihydrate (081407)                   45%
              007547-00024   033576-00023   040316-00001

149.1004   49.1% granular
            sodium dichloro-s-triazinetrione dihydrate (081407)                 49.1%
              006284-00030   007364-00029   008791-00013   009215-00005
              012465-00014
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  3.0004
 096.0004
 099.0004
099.3004
099.5004
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Listing of. Registered Pesticide Products by Formulation (continued)

54% granular
  sodium dichloro-s-triazinetrione dihydrate (081407)
    003876-00058   043680-00009

60% granular
  sodium dichloro-s-triazinetrione dihydrate (081407)
    003432-00040

96% granular
  sodium dichloro-s-triazinetrione dihydrate (081407)
    007368-00006

  sodium dichloro-s-triazinetrione dihydrate (081407)
  sodium bromide  (013907)

    000524-00377*
      *jacket currently unavailable for review
99% granular
  sodium dichloro-s-triazinetrione dihydrate (081407)
               000148-01167
               001258-01042
               004524-00042
               007368-00074
               011541-00014
               034694-00008
               045458-00007
               053254-00002
                 *jacket currently unavailable for  review
                    000524-00334
                    001258-01065
                    004591-00071
                    009403-00004
                    011741-00023
                    042177-00005
                    045723-00001
000524-00385
001317-00080
004875-00015
010600-00007
012465-00013*
042177-00030
045898-00020
001258-
002292-
005736-
010932-
027581-
043521-
046616-
00984
00083
00043
00010
00011
00001
00004
 99.3% granular
  sodium dichloro-s-triazinetrione dihydrate  (081407)
    000230-00086*  004829-00053   010332-00011   011659-00011
    034571-00018   044801-00008   051624-00003   043574-00004
      *jacket currently unavailable  for review

 99.5% granular
  sodium dichloro-s-triazinetrione dihydrate  (081407)
    034571-00014
 100%  granular
   sodium dichloro
    000150-00036
    001270-00182
    003525-00057
    006284-00027
    007151-00005
    007368-00063
    008859-00006*
    009157-00023
    009411-00007
    010897-00007
    021144-00013
                            -s-triazinetrione dihydrate (081407)
000266-00030
001275-00041
005185-00226
006284-00028
007152-00017
007368-00065
008866-00016
009157-00028
010079-00003
011005-00006
032456-00001
000278-00050
001677-00044
005185-00227
007124-00031
007152-00021
008544-00013
008866-00017
009157-00031
010183-00019
011329-00008
039183-00005
000550-00096
001803-00022
005185-00278
007124-00048
007364-00025
008791-00012
009087-00007
009215-00002
010183-00020
012465-00017

                                                                                  54%
                                                                                 60%
                                                                                 96%
                                                                                 96%
                                                                                  4%
                                                                                 100%
                                                                                 99%
                                                                               99.3%
                                                                                99.5%
                                    100%
          Issued:   9-04-86
                                 V-081407-41
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          100% granular  (continued)

              042446-00003    042871-00004
                *jacket  currently unavailable for review

 D25.U005   25% pelleted/tableted
             sodium  dichloro-s-triazinetrione dihydrate (081407)                   25%
              006198-00013

 D49.1005   49.1% pelleted/tableted
             sodium  dichloro-s-triazinetrione dihydrate (081407)                49.1%
              009087-00008

 ,052.0005   52% pelleted/tableted
             sodium  dichloro-s-triazinetrione dihydrate (081407)                   52%
             potassium  bromide (013903)                                            48%
                                                                                 100%
              000524-00378*
                *jacket  currently unavailable for review

 :064.0005   64% pelleted/tableted
             sodium  dichloro-s-triazinetrione dihydrate (081407)                   64%
             alkyl*dimethyl  benzyl ammonium chloride *alkyl  (95% C14,
             3% C12, 2%  C16)  (069184)                                             _L%
                                                                                  65%
              004829-00051

 :099.0005   99% pelleted/tableted
             sodium  dichloro-s-triazinetrione dihydrate (081407)                   99%
              004829-00062    004829-00068    004829-00069   007368-00071

 099.5005   99.5% pelleted/tableted
             sodium  dichloro-s-triazinetrione dihydrate (081407)                99.5%
              003876-00137    034571-00011    048525-00013

 099.9905    100% pelleted/tableted
             sodium  dichloro-s-triazinetrione dihydrate (081407)                  100%
              004829-00054

 000.9006   0.9% wettable  powder
             sodium  dichloro-s-triazinetrione dihydrate (081407)                  0.9%
              003573-00037    003573-00049    003573-00051

 022.6006    22.6% wettable powder
             sodium  dichloro-s-triazinetrione dihydrate (081407)                 22.6%
              005389-00011*
                *jacket  currently unavailable for review

028.0006    28% wettable powder
             sodium  dichloro-s-triazinetrione dihydrate (081407)                   28%
              001270-00211
           Issued:   9-04-86                 V-081407-42
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   {5.0006   29% wettable powder
            sodium dichloro-s-triazinetrione dihydrate (081407)                   29%
              001677-00091

  J01.2515   1.25% soluble concentrate/solid
            sodium dichloro-s-triazinetrione dihydrate (081407)                 1.25%
              000777-00062   000777-00064

  J002.4015   2.4% soluble concentrate/solid
            sodium dichloro-s-triazinetrione dihydrate (081407)                  2.4%
              000178-00009

  J05.6015   5.6% soluble concentrate/solid
            sodium dichloro-s-triazinetrione dihydrate (081407)                  5.6%
              000110-00018   000230-00073   001270-00181   001791-00039
              003573-00027   003573-00031   004313-00049   004828-00053
              004875-00016   005136-00012   009313-00022   009594-00016
              012179-00011   013680-00019   016833-00001   018305-00010
              032975-00017   035495-00010   044543-00006   049488-00003

  006.0015   6% soluble concentrate/solid
            sodium dichloro-s-triazinetrione dihydrate (081407)                    6%
              000524-00366   005389-00006

  006.2515   6.25% soluble concentrate/solid
            sodium dichloro-s-triazinetrione dihydrate (081407)                 6.25%
              001275-00027

  012.5015   12.5% soluble concentrate/solid
            sodium dichloro-s-triazinetrione dihydrate (081407)                 12.5%
              042148-00002*
                *jacket currently unavailable  for  review

 016.0015   16% soluble concentrate/solid
            sodium dichloro-s-triazinetrione dihydrate (081407)                   16%
              005389-00010*
               *jacket currently  unavailable for review

 017.0015   17% soluble concentrate/solid
            sodium dichloro-s-triazinetrione dihydrate (081407)                  17%
              005736-00017

 018.0015   18% soluble concentrate/solid
            sodium dichloro-s-triazinetrione dihydrate (081407)                  18%
              000230-00074   000524-00367   004875-00017   016833-00002
              044543-00007

 020.0015   20% soluble concentrate/solid
            sodium dichloro-s-triazinetrione dihydrate (081407)                  20%
              027581-00017

020.2515   20.25% soluble  concentrate/solid
            sodium dichloro-s-triazinetrione dihydrate (081407)                20.25%
              001317-00065   001677-00053

          Issued:  9-04-86                  V-081407-43
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  85.0015
 1028.0015
1029.0015
.030.0015
033.0015
D34.0015
)37.0015
(40.0015
154.0015
25% soluble concentrate/solid
  sodium dichloro-s-triazinetrione dihydrate (081407)
             000110-00016
             000524-00363
             005680-00022
             008781-00008*
             013680-00018
             042709-00002
             049292-00010
                *jacket  currently unavailable for review
                                                                                 25%
                   000230-00076
                   001791-00040
                   005768-00012
                   009129-00020*
                   016833-00005
                   043984-00002
000524-00361
004875-00018
005870-00033
009594-00018
032975-00007
044543-00009*
000524-
005136-
006198-
010076-
035495-
048925-
00362
00013
00007
00015
00012
00001*
28% soluble concentrate/solid
  sodium dichloro-s-triazinetrione dihydrate (081407)
                                                                                 28%
              000110-00017
              004875-00019
              010366-00006
              015057-00015
              035495-00011
                   000230-00072
                   005680-00023
                   010428-00016
                   016833-00003
                   044543-00005
001791-00041
009594-00020
012179-00009
018305-00009
045244-00002*
004313-00048
010076-00016
012179-00010
033173-00002
053263-00019
                *jacket currently unavailable for review
29% soluble concentrate/solid
  sodium dichloro-s-triazinetrione dihydrate (081407)
    001677-00091

30% soluble concentrate/solid
  sodium dichloro-s-triazinetrione dihydrate (081407)
    007546-00017   009409-00001*
      *jacket currently unavailable for review

33% soluble concentrate/solid
  sodium dichloro-s-triazinetrione dihydrate (081407)
    034694-00007

34% soluble concentrate/solid
  sodium dichloro-s-triazinetrione dihydrate (081407)
    003635-00209   009594-00017   044543-00008   045244-00003*
      *jacket currently unavailable for review

37% soluble concentrate/solid
  sodium dichloro-s-triazinetrione dihydrate (081407)
    011724-00038

40% soluble concentrate/solid
  sodium dichloro-s-triazinetrione dihydrate (081407)
    000110-00015   000230-00075   000524-00345   001791-00042
    004875-00020   012179-00008   027581-00016   035495-00013

54% soluble concentrate/solid
  sodium dichloro-s-triazinetrione dihydrate (081407)
    034571-00007
                                                                                 29%
                                                                                 30%
                                                                                 33%
                                                                                 34%
                                                                                 37%
                                                                                 40%
                                                                                 54%
          Issued:  9-04-86
                                 V-081407-44
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62.6% soluble concentrate/solid
  sodium dichloro-s-triazinetrione dihydrate (081407)
    008405-00001

64% soluble concentrate/solid
  sodium dichloro-s-triazinetrione dihydrate (081407)
  alkyl*dimethyl benzyl ammonium chloride *alkyl (95% C14,
   3% C12, 2% C16) (069184)

    004829-00050

99.3% soluble concentrate/solid
  sodium dichloro-s-triazinetrione dihydrate (081407)
    051624-00003*
      *jacket currently unavailable for review

100% soluble concentrate/solid
  sodium dichloro-s-triazinetrione dihydrate (081407)
    001124-00076   014886-00008
                                                                              62.6%
                                                                                64%
                                                                                65%
                                                                              99.3%
                                                                               100%
999955    State Label Registrations

           CA Reg. No.
             001803-04423   010932-04917

           FL Reg. No.
             010512-08275   012226-07306

           HI Reg. No.
             012384-08462   016816-09390

           TX Reg. No.
             009807-05996   009807-05999
          Issued:   9-04-86
                                  V-081407-45
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                               Appendix A-1

Listing of Active Ingredient(s) Found in Combination with the Report
 Chemical

Chemical    Common Name                          EPA Acceptable
  Code       (source)                        Common/Chemical Name

069184      alkyl*dimethyl benzyl ammonium
            chloride *alkyl (95% C14, 3%
            C12, 2% C16)

013903      potassium bromide

013907      sodium bromide


 Use Common Name
 Issued:  9-04-86                 V-081407-66                               2 1  0

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