What happens to the particles bound by Water Lynx products?

The polymer will hold the sediments and contaminants until the polyacrylamide degrades. The anionic polyacrylamide degrades at a slow pace, releasing the sediments and contaminants at much lower, safer levels for the environment.

Alternatively, the flocculated material can be manually removed, either by removing the jute fabric or other material it was bound to, or by manual removal of the flocculated sediment itself. The client may wish to remove the flocculated sediment if it is known to contain high levels of contaminant, or for maintenance needs.

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