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HABITS SHIFT DEMAND TOWARD LESS CATIONIC, MORE ANIONIC IN SITU
AS INTEREST IN HEALTHIER ECOSYSTEMS CONTINUES TO RISE, NEW CONSUMER INSIGHTS HIGHLIGHT OPPORTUNITIES FOR REDUCED-CATIONIC AND HIGH-ANIONIC POLYMER OPTIONS
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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...read more by downloading the FREE REPORT.
What Our Customers Are Saying
"I have been involved in a series of collaborations with Mr. Hanna over the past 12 years to test the potential toxicity of various Clearflow products on several aquatic organisms and demonstrate safe application levels. Information on the minimal toxicity of Clearflow anionic polymers (unlike cationic polymers) can be found in our 2014 paper, which demonstrated that some polymers, including one of those to be applied in your application, do not result in any toxicity to aquatic organisms even after a 30 day exposure period. In addition, authors at the US Dept of Agriculture published a paper, where they examined the potential hazard associated with synthetic PAM applications in agricultural settings. They found that anionic polymers have very limited to no toxicity even at values 10X above typical field application rates used in these agricultural settings. Furthermore, the toxicity threshold for mammalian ingestion of PAMs is very high and is essentially a non-factor. I hope this alleviates some of your concerns. Feel free to email me or give me a call at the number above if you wish for more information."
- Dr. Greg Goss Ph.D.
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