History

The History of Odour Neutralising Agent (O.N.A.) starts in Australia in the 1980s. A group of scientists developed a product that was extremely effective at locking onto odour molecules and actually neutralising them. This technology then spread to Canada and the UK in the mid-1990s. Odour Neutralising Agent (O.N.A.) is the original UK formulation.

Originally designed for industrial applications, Odour Neutralising Agent (O.N.A.) was developed as a treatment for potent odours from natural waste facilities, animal rendering plants and sewage treatment works. It exploits relationships between three processes – absorption, absorption and ‘Pairs’ Theory to create the final formula that cancels out most organic and inorganic odours.