BioSafe Systems, based in East Hartford, Connecticut, has joined the National Chicken Council as an allied member company. Dean Allen, segment sales manager, will serve as the official representative to NCC.

As a family business, BioSafe Systems is committed to providing education and product research to their customers. BioSafe, is an integrated agricultural services company that understands the complete agricultural environment from slaughter and processing, to on-the-farm animal health, feed production, and water management.

BioSafe Systems manufactures biodegradable disease-control products and began selling its flagship product ZeroTol to the horticulture industry in 1998. The company quickly expanded to the agricultural, industrial, and consumer markets with innovative pest control solutions, applications, and products.

BioSafe is one of the country’s largest manufacturers of peracetic acid with four manufacturing locations across the country. BioSafe Systems provides disease control solutions utilizing reduced-risk chemistries that do not negatively impact the health and safety of people and the environment. The company  provides products and services in North and South America. BioSafe Systems divides its business into several market segments: Agriculture, Horticulture, Post Harvest/Food Safety, Aquatics, Home & Garden, Turf, and Commercial/Industrial Sanitation.

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BioSafe Systems