Many shared objects and surfaces can carry dirt and germs. Washing and sanitizing these objects and surfaces can help reduce the spread of germs.
2 mL (½ teaspoon) household bleach per litre (4 cups) of water
30 mL (1 ounce or 2 tablespoons) household bleach per 15 litres (3.3 gallons) of water (or a sink half-filled with water).
Follow manufacturer’s instructions for mixing and using QUATS. Product must have a drug identification number (DIN) from Health Canada.
Follow manufacturer’s instructions.
Follow manufacturer’s instructions for mixing. Product must have a DIN from by Health Canada.
Call your public health inspector if you have questions.
To learn more, contact Alberta Health Services
Environmental Public Health.
Current as of: August 15, 2022
Author: Environmental Public Health, Alberta Health Services
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