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The Disinfection Fine mesh filters remove residual particles, and sodium hypochlorite—the same type of chlorine used in laundry bleach—is injected into the water to kill leftover bacteria.
Two chemicals — toluene and sodium hypochlorite — likely caused the explosion, fire officials said.
First, a team of two sprays diluted sodium hypochlorite (bleach) on sidewalks from small containers that are pressurized by hand.
Toluene is typically used as an industrial solvent, and sodium hypochlorite is a bleaching agent.
As a general rule, use a medicine dropper to add a quarter teaspoon of bleach (that's 6 to 8 drops depending on the percentage of sodium hypochlorite in your bleach) for every gallon of water.
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