When we think of life and death decision-making, police officers, firefighters and doctors often come to mind. However, nurses and other healthcare professionals also make life and death decisions on a daily basis, and at the same time, they repeatedly put their own health at risk through the potential spread of infection. All this to improve the health of others they may never have met.
Superabsorbent polymers (SAPs) are used in many industries to reduce the challenges and risks associated with managing liquid waste. Waste solidification is the process utilized by environmental waste management professionals to render liquid waste into a solid state that can be more easily managed, transported, and disposed. To learn more about the benefits of SAP technology, the Top 5 Reasons to Solidify with SAPs are provided below.
Safety is of the highest importance with most companies in any industry. And while sodium polyacrylate superabsorbent polymers (SAP) are extremely safe products, misconceptions or uncertainties about the safety of SAPs are often encountered in various SAP end-use markets.
Superabsorbent polymer (SAP) technology selection is all about finding the right balance of properties that suits a specific liquid management need.
...You probably use them every day.
ZapZorb® super absorbent polymers are the quickest, most cost-effective means of preparing industrial sludge and liquid medical wastes for transportation and regulated disposal.
Working in just minutes, ZapZorb SAP solidifies free water in the waste matric while expanding the volume by only 1% --
ZapZorb guarantees quicker cleanup, cheaper transportation and disposal.
LOCK IT UP! Super absorbent polymers are the quickest, most cost-effective means of solidifying free liquids in preparation for regulated disposal of environmentally impacted saturated soils, sediments, and industrial / water treatment sludges. Working in just minutes, and expanding by only 1%, super absorbent polymers guarantee quicker cleanup and cheaper transportation and disposal while meeting EPA paint filter criteria for “no-free liquids” leaking from waste containers, trucks or railcars.