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EnviroBlend is a family of treatment chemicals custom blended to render metal bearing wastes non hazardous.
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Many of our clients find that their total waste managements costs can be reduced by 50% -90%.
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How Does Enviroblend Work?

EnviroBlend is a line of treatment chemistries. It does not conceal metal contamination via encapsulation or solidification; rather, it stabilizes metals of concern by regulating pH and forming insoluble compounds that will not leach into the environment.  For acid gases, it helps to neutralize emissions to acceptable regulated levels. Each EnviroBlend chemistry is designed specifically for each individual application, so composition of blends can vary.

In addition to forming insoluble compounds, regulating the pH of the environment is key to controlling leachability over time. For example, lead leaches on a bell curve, at both high and low pHs. So in order to minimize leaching, the treatment additive should not drive up the pH too quickly or too high.

EnviroBlend uses products that will never bring the pH to a dangerous level. We are able to increase treatment efficiency by controlling pH accordingly.

ENVIROBLEND® vs. PORTLAND CEMENT

Although lime-based treatment technologies (i.e. Portland Cement, CKD) can occasionally pass an initial TCLP test, actual long term treatment is at risk.  Once treated waste is exposed to the environment, a highly alkaline product such as Portland will continue to drive up the pH, often too quickly and irregularly. Because many metals will leach at low and high pHs (on a bell curve), a sudden increase in pH can cause metals to leach over time.  Therefore, pH maintenance is imperative to long-term stability.

The table below shows the effectiveness of the EnviroBlend chemistry resulting in the very low leaching in both the TCLP (acid) and SPLP "Acid Rain" tests. Both the lime and Portland Cement treatments are able to sometimes beat the TCLP test at high dosages but they actually increase the amount of the lead leaching in the SPLP test.

 
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