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Is Pril a biodegradable dish liquid?

The short answer to this question is yes, Pril is a biodegradable dish liquid, as all surfactants in the dish liquid are biodegradable (OECD Test 301.) But what exactly does biodegradable mean? It means that the dish liquid can break down in the environment without hurting the environment. There won’t be any toxins, chemicals or other harmful substances left in the soil that could hurt plants, animals or even humans.

Biodegradable substances like Pril Pro Nature dish liquid also break down quickly, rather than taking years. This can provide you with peace of mind when you’re washing dishes while camping.

Why does Pril have enzymes?

Enzymes can be found on Pril’s ingredients list and are all-natural and biodegradable. These ingredients help to break down hard-to-get-rid food particles and stains like:

  • Eggs
  • Jam
  • Noodles, Rice, Potatoes
  • Ice Cream
  • Pudding

Dish liquids with enzymes liquids can clean your dishes easily with less scrubbing and they do this in an environmentally-friendly way and at lower temperatures.

Another big difference is that Pril’s dish liquids don’t contain harsh ingredients like phosphates. Phosphates don’t break down like enzymes, and often get into water ways and into soil, harming many living things like algae, fish and plants.

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