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SOCO® Polymer for Waste Landfill & Slurry solidification



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SOCO® Polymer for Waste Landfill & Slurry solidification

✔️ Larger & Quicker Liquid Absorption

✔️ Lower Treatment & Transportation Cost

✔️ Stable Performance, Safety & Eco-friendly

✔️ Additional Function Added

Why Solidify Liquid Waste?

Liquid Waste is one of the common byproduct of our production and life, which has a serious impact on our ecological environment. Conventional treatment can be inefficient and costly, sometimes may cause secondary pollution.

Solidifying Liquid Waste is the superior way to deal with this problem because of the follow advantages: 


Reduce cost, save time and materials


Easy to use, no liquid leakage during transportation


Safe and environmentally friendly, reduce environmental pollution

Carbon Reduction

Help reduce carbon footprint And the recovery of slurry

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Introduction of Waste Landfill & Slurry solidification

Product Overview 

Excellent performance

Less Dosage · Higher Absorbency · More Efficient

Product modelSOCO® Polymer SNN781S
AppearanceWhite powder
Particle size30-100 mesh
Shelf life2 years
Residual monomer (PPM)≤300
Moisture content (%)≤6
Absorbent rate (S)≤40
Absorption in pure water (g/g)≥ 390
Absorption in 0.9% NaCl (g/g)≥ 58
Absorption under pressure (g/g)(0.3psi)≥ 25
Additive proportion(%)1% of the total weight of the processed material

*For more details and information,please consult our specialists.


SOCO® Polymer is the high-efficient, cost-effective & eco-friendly choice for liquid waste treatment. You only need a small amount of it (usually 1% of the waste) to treat bulk liquid waste. The gel formed after absorption can firmly lock the water and prevent the liquid waste from leaking even under certain pressure, the volume expansion rate is less than 1%, which can reduce transportation and processing costs.

• Volume increases less than 1%, reducing transportation costs.

• Faster solidification, less time spend.

• Eco-friendly, non-toxic, harmless & biodegradable, reducing risk and liability, improving safety on site.

• No releasing liquid, locking liquid under pressure, stronger stability. 

• Additional function like antibacterial and deodorizing can be added.

• Customized service available (for both products and packaging).


Obviously the quickness of the product and its compact results  saves money and time, 

but the safety provided to workers and the environment give it a true advantage. 

Your business becomes more efficient by preparing waste in a way that can be easily and safely deposited 

in a landfill because you no longer have to search for alternatives.

FAQs About Waste Landfill & Slurry Solidification

  • Why is super absorbent polymer added to sludge?

    In wastewater treatment plants, super absorbent polymer is primarily used to help manage the process of drying and consolidating sludge. That's because even completely clean water weighs 8.3 pounds per gallon, and a 90-95% water sludge mixture is very expensive to move, process and dispose. Super absorbent polymer can help to save the cost and optimize the process.

  • How does super absorbent polymer use in the water treatment process?

    Super absorbent polymer has the proper three dimensional net structure which enhances the ability to combine itself with large quantities of liquid and hold the water from releasing.

  • Does super absorbent polymer dissolve in water?

    A hydrogel crystal (sometimes called a "disappearing crystal," "water crystal," or "superabsorbent gel,") is a long chain of molecules bonded together to form a superabsorbent polymer that does not dissolve, but forms a gel when placed in water.

  • Is SOCO® polymer bad for the environment??

    SOCO® Polymer is nontoxic, harmless and eco-friendly. It has passed the oral toxicity test and heavy metal detection..

  • What is the dosage proportion of SOCO® waste landfill & sludge polymer ?

    1% of the total weight of the processed material.

  • What is sludge and how is it formed?

    Sludge is a water-formed sedimentary deposit which may include all suspended solids carried by the water and trace elements in solution in the water. Sludge may be formed from a combination of whatever suspended materials are in the water, including loose corrosion products, insoluble mineral precipitates and oil.

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