Byotrol cannot make the distinction between microbes. The responsibility lies with the user of the technology.
We should think in terms of microbes being good when they are in the right environment, for example, there is
no necessity to attempt to attenuate e Coli when it is happily thriving and contributing to the well-being of its
host in the human gut.
However, e Coli on the hands or hard surfaces that come into contact with a sandwich is an entirely different
proposition; it becomes bad when it is in the wrong environment. Byotrol technology enables the accurate
targeting of microbial control. Use it where there is increased risk associated with the reproduction of harmful microbes.