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The 300 Series Gel Flocculant Blocks are negatively charged and cause particles to form large floccules that are more easily separated from water.
The 600 Series Gel Flocculant Blocks are positively charged and are used to flocculate solids that are organic in origin.
The 400 Series Gel Flocculant Blocks are used to pretreat suspended solids making them easier to bind together with 300 Series Blocks. Use of 400 Series Gel Flocculants are effective in removing some metals and nutrients from the water.
The Neutralizer Block is a negatively charged product that releases faster than the standard 300 Series products. It is used to neutralize the positive charge of 600 Series Gel Flocculants or other cationic flocculants and coagulants.
Clearflow Group Inc., founded in 2005, aspires to be the leading North American provider of high-quality flocculant solutions. We are committed to meeting the demands of our customers and consumers in the mining, industrial, agricultural, and municipal sectors. Our product portfolio includes flocculants for a variety of applications, which helps to simplify and minimize operational expenses while also improving the ecosystem.
Our purpose is to bring scientific yet practical procedures into the commercial, municipal and mining sectors. Clearflow focuses on offering reliable, high-quality flocculant solutions for industry from our headquarters and production facility in Phoenix, Arizona.
We are dedicated to addressing the needs of our customers and consumers in both domestic and international markets. Click on a region below for local information
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Leading up to the Water Summit we are particularly grateful to be recognized for the Innisfil Erosion and Sediment project! And make it to the finals at the upcoming Water Canada Awards and Summit.
This award recognizes a stormwater project that uses new technology or a creative approach to effectively create/improve/rehabilitate/restore new infrastructure or an existing legacy asset.
Clearflow's VP, of Sales and Marketing, and Event Speaker, Brad Griko, discussed how to reduce the sediment and nutrient loading rates from stormwater runoff with Clearflow Group US Inc. water treatment technology utilizing existing Infrastructure.
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Clearflow Group Inc. Water Canada Feature
Innisfil’s Erosion and Advanced
Sedimentation Pilot Project
MUNICIPALITIES HAVE LONG struggled with adequately funding stormwater management infrastructure and watershed protection. The ever-inflating costs of engineering, construction, and equipment have left a large gap between funding and potential projects. This has often resulted in poor-quality water leaving our towns and cities and entering the natural environment. For decades industries like mining have had to meet water quality regulations for their sites’ stormwater runoff and those standards continue to become. increasingly stringent. Yet, many municipalities in Canada have largely been spared these regulations in part due to the costs required to meet this challenge.
Industry has been able to effectively comply with stormwater regulations by leveraging emerging technologies to protect the environment. In a recently completed study funded by the Federation of Canadian Municipalities...