Synlite Water Technology Announces Flagship Product Synlite, a Chemical Reagent set to Revolutionize the Global Water Treatment Market
KANSAS CITY, Mo., Feb. 28, 2017 – Experts agree that industrial processes leaving behind toxic heavy metals in wastewater can be a significant environmental hazard. Current chemical processes are able to remove heavy metals from water, but leave behind a toxic byproduct called “sludge” that can be extremely damaging to the environment. Currently the best disposal option for this sludge is expensive specialty landfills that can leave the environment vulnerable to remigration of toxic metals. This is all set to change with the recent launch of Synlite, a patented chemical reagent able permanently encapsulates hazardous metals allowing for a much safer, environmentally friendly and more effective way to dispose of the once dangerous toxic sludge – a true environmental breakthrough.
Enter Synlite Water Technology, SWT, who recently announced the launch of their patented chemical reagent Synlite. Synlite has been shown to not only remove, but permanently encapsulate toxic heavy metals in wastewater; all that’s left behind is a non-hazardous sludge that passes EPA 1311 TCLP. Synlite can directly replace existing hydroxide precipitants and is introduced into water via solid or slurry forms.
“Synlite is going to revolutionize the wastewater treatment industry,” commented the President of the company. “Once manufacturing is up to speed, our price will reach the point where it will become environmentally irresponsible to use any other hydroxide precipitation chemical.”
According to SWT, Synlite can be used as a standalone product or in addition with other products. The hydroxyl components in Synlite raise the pH of solution for precipitation of metals while the zeolite material remove metals by adsorption, ion exchange and physically trapping ions within the lattice structure. Synlite also does not require a great investment in treatment equipment, which consists of a very basic mix tank and liquid/solid separation such as filter press or clarifier. In most cases Synlite can be directly substituted for chemicals in already established systems. More effective, safer and price competitive, Synlite certainly seems to point to a bright future both for SWT and for the water treatment industry in general.
For more information be sure to visit http://synlitewt.com