Agricultural Wastewater

Efficient wastewater treatment promotes sustainability: digestate dewatering reduces pollution, recovers biofertilizers, and supports water reuse.

Scale & Corrosion

Scale and corrosion inhibitors are crucial in the pulp and paper industry for preventing mineral deposits and corrosion in boilers and processing equipment. By forming a protective barrier on equipment surfaces, these chemicals maintain the efficiency of heat exchange systems and reduce the need for frequent maintenance. This protection helps prolong the lifespan of machinery and ensures consistent production quality, vital for cost-effective operations in paper manufacturing.


Used for microbial control and oxidation of organic compounds. These chemicals help to prevent the growth of bacteria and algae, which can cause issues in water systems and affect paper quality. Oxidizers also break down complex organic compounds into simpler forms, which are easier to remove and treat, improving the overall quality of the recycled water.

Chelating Agents

Chelating Agents help in managing metal ions in water systems. They bind with metal ions, preventing them from interfering with the papermaking process and the water treatment systems. These agents are particularly important in areas with hard water, where metal ions can lead to scaling and affect the efficiency of soaps and detergents used in the process.

Oxygen Scavengers

These chemicals are essential for removing oxygen in boiler systems to prevent corrosion. By effectively removing dissolved oxygen, these scavengers protect boiler surfaces from pitting, a common problem in paper mill steam systems. This not only prolongs the life of the boiler but also enhances safety by reducing the risk of boiler failure due to corrosion.