Making the switch to solids delivers significant impact

If you’re still using liquids, now is the time to consider making the switch — you can get the same water treatment results without shipping water or handling hazardous chemical drums.

In most cases, solid chemistry for water treatment is the same chemistry used in liquids. The only difference is that we’re not shipping water or putting people at risk by moving dangerous liquid solutions in 30- or 55-gallon drums around worksites, universities, lodging and other locations. Across the globe, solids provide an effective alternative for treating water where shipping, storage, and handling constraints of liquid chemicals are prohibitive.

Making the switch to solids is easy and will make your water treatment program more efficient and sustainable.

There are so many significant benefits of solid chemistry over liquid chemistry it’s important to consider the trade-offs.

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Eliminate risk of toxic liquid chemical spills.

Easy, safe & lightweight to handle without safety clothing or specialty equipment.

Hazardous chemical training not required.

No need to handle hazardous liquid pails and drums in public places.

Solids can be shipped in a box through the mail.


Reduce carbon footprint by no longer shipping water.

Solid chemistry eliminates the need to dispose of toxic drums and pails in landfills.

Most solids are delivered in fully-recyclable plastic containers vs. landfill-only drums.

Innovative solid disc form eliminates packaging waste.


Delivered via UPS/FedEx vs. hazardous cargo shipment.

Clean & safe mechanical rooms with no drum storage.

No pumping and transfer hassles.

Longer shelf stability and no storage constraints.


Labor savings from ease of handling solids vs. liquids.

No drum disposal fees.

No chemical or water waste from rinsing drums & pails.

Reduce your carbon footprint and freight costs by shipping solid chemistry vs. water mixed with liquid chemistry in drums or pails.

Eliminate risk of expensive liquid spill cleanup.