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NCH Life Sciences is a provider of innovative probiotic delivery systems. We achieve digestive and environmental balance in applications including aquaculture, plant, poultry, swine and facility wastewater. NCH Life Sciences, LLC is a wholly owned subsidiary of NCH Corporation.

NCH is a leading global supplier of biological solutions, water treatment and facility maintenance products. In more than 50 countries on six continents, NCH offers an extensive and varied product line to industrial, commercial and institutional customers.

Our Vision

With global population growth and increased pressure to reduce antibiotics, farmers are facing more demanding challenges than ever. NCH Life Sciences is committed to helping customers increase production efficiency through innovative solutions, patented technologies and forward-thinking research and development.


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Our Mission

Our mission is to develop probiotic solutions that produce measurable improvements in digestive health. By striving to deliver healthier air and water, we help customers increase production efficiency while reducing environmental impact.

Research and Development

Our success comes from our dedication to world-class R&D. We are committed to help our customers achieve their goals through constant innovation, open collaboration and partnerships with universities and industrial leaders.

Headquartered in the Dallas-Fort Worth area, our scientists come from a multidisciplinary background including genetics, microbiology, biochemistry, aquaculture, plant pathology, biology and agriculture.

History

1908

Eli Metchnikoff receives the Nobel Prize in medicine for his work demonstrating that harmful microbes can be replaced by beneficial microbes to treat intestinal illnesses

1919

Milton P. Levy Sr. began National Disinfectant Company offering just six products and a dream

1978

The NCH Corporation name was adopted as the company expanded into new maintenance product lines. Sales reached $200 million.

1987

The product is later renamed Activia.

1988

A need is identified for an “economically and municipally acceptable method of removing solids, fats, oils and greases from water sources”

1995

BIO-Amp™, a revolutionary bacteria generator for use in drains, wastewater, turf and ponds, is designed

1998

First field installation of BIO-Amp takes place at a restaurant in Irving, Texas

2001

BIO-Amp is updated to use pelletized bacteria

2003

Widespread production and sales of the BIO-Amp begins

2004

Panera Bread introduces chicken raised without the use of antibiotics

2013

NCH probiotic studies begin in U.S.

2013

U.S. FDA announces efforts to limit antibiotic use in animals used for meat

2014

NCH Thailand trials begin

2015

McDonald’s plans to reduce antibiotics in chicken for all 14,350 restaurants in the U.S.

2015

Pilgrim’s Pride plans to eliminate antibiotics from 25% of production

2015

NCH sales in India and Thailand begin

2018

Patent-pending ECOcharger™ is introduced, a breakthrough in probiotic delivery

Contact Us

NCH Life Sciences
2727 Chemsearch Blvd
Irving, TX 75062

972.579.2420

LifeSciences@nch.com

Contact us with any questions or to request Technical Information sheets on our products.