Residential FAQ’s

Replicating mother nature’s process, Envirolytes diverse range of sanitation solutions can now answer your unanswered questions.

Is it safe for my family?

Our safe to use sanitiser is a benign, non-acidic, alcohol free product that is generated by electrolysing salt and water. Contains no nasty chemicals that leave toxic residues or discharge harmful vapours. Containing 99% water, our multipurpose sanitiser will provide peace of mind around your home.

Is it safe for the planet?

Our key point of difference is the benign nature of the product whilst proving efficacious. The generation process mimics lightning striking sea water, when the product is returned to the environment it breakdowns to its original components of salt and water leaving no polluting residues, no risks to eco-systems, no risks to humans or animal welfare.

Why is it better than other products on the market?

Our sanitation product is based on the simple electrolysis process and not a concoction of various chemicals. this ensures our customers know what they are getting, provides peace of mind, and a simple, effective solution to your household hygiene.

Where can I use it?

This multi-purpose product can be used throughout the home, workplace and where bacteria contamination potential exists. Safe on surfaces including glass, plastic, stainless steel and wood, applying the product in spray form will allow you to remove odours to animal bedding and eliminate residual odours from every area in the houses

Is it approved and where is it made?

Our sanitation product has been independently reviewed and approved by MPI, Bio-gro & AsureQuality. Having these approvals, plus the manufacturing process taking place right here in New Zealand, promotes confidence and satisfaction for the consumer.



  • Decontamination
  • Dairy Farming / Processing
  • Food Processing
  • Livestock & Poultry
  • Waste Treatment
  • Water Treatment
  • Agriculture and horticulture
  • Water Tank Treatment


Envirolyte NZ Ltd,
43 Maurice Road,
PO Box 12-347 Penrose,
Auckland 1642,