APTech Group, Inc.

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If you’re using solids, you are most likely using APTech solids. If you’re still using liquids, now is the time to consider making the switch — you can get the same water treatment results without handling hazardous chemical drum or paying to ship water. In most cases, solid chemistry for water treatment is superior to the chemistry used in liquids. With solids, you remove the risk of moving dangerous liquid solutions in 30- or 55-gallon drums around work-sites, 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.

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