I have read almost every post on this site (which I love, by the way). I am totally new to the whole AP thing, but I have not seen a single post on this topic. I salvaged two IBCs that previously held peroxide (H202), which is used in poultry processing to combat salmonela. I researched and discovered peroxide is also used in commercial fisheries to fight algae and fungus infections. I did clean out the IBCs, but figured that any leaching from the plastic would be nothing but beneficial.
Does anyone have any input? According to what I remember from college chemistry, the only bi-products of H202 are hydrogen and water. How could that be bad?
Have there been discussions about actually adding hydrogen peroxide to the FTs?
Your golden with the H2O2 IBC's...
Sounds the same to me also. Golden.