"The use of Envirolyte® Anolyte as part of our daily processes in our water plants and when servicing water coolers around New Zealand gives Big Blue’s customers unrivalled protection and assurance of hygienic water solutions."

Big Blue   

"We use the Anolyte anywhere and everywhere throughout the shops. We reckon no bacteria, no spoilage. Its great for all the different products, the surfaces, and the staff. No chemicals, hazards or special storage. No worries.
We call it Botox- makes everything young and fresh again!?"

Stumpy’s Fresh Seafood   

"The trial of the Envirolyte Anolyte dosing unit was found to be a very effective way of reducing and removing bio-film and algae growth build-up, which accumulated within the filter units and the sub-surface irrigation lines. Pre-trial there was a high level of intervention required by the operations team with the filter units and pipe lines requiring frequent flushing and cleaning and with operators having to visit the site far more frequently than required. Sodium Hypochlorite was dosed to clean the lines and filters but was found not to be as effective. There were also Health and Safety concerns with using Sodium Hypochlorite . With the Anolyte dosing the operators felt using salt was a lot safer. The results were noticeable within the first month of the trial with the primary filter found to be remarkably clean. During the rest of the trial there was a noticeable improvement of flow rate through to the irrigation field and also less operator intervention required. Upon completion of the trial an Envirolyte unit was purchased and has been installed"

North Island District Council   

"Anolyte deals to our hygiene requirements both at the factory and in the shop."

Salty Dog Seafood   

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  • Waste Treatment
  • Water Treatment
  • Agriculture and horticulture
  • Water Tank Treatment


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