Environmental remediation 

Reduce the negative impact of acidic pollution in soils, sludges, lakes and rivers. 

Our calcium carbonates increase pH in waste streams and watercourses to protect the environment

Acidic pollution can be caused naturally or by industrial activities. For example, in mining or ferrous and non-ferrous processing, pyrite decomposition associated with previous mining activities can cause acidic pollution.  

Our cost-effective, highly reactive calcium carbonate range helps to increase pH in waste or by-products streams to reduce the impact of acidic pollution in soils, sludges, lakes and rivers. 

Ecological balance 

In cities with watercourses such as lakes and ponds, the ecological balance must be maintained to support life, from microorganisms to fish and plants. Our products increase and stabilize pH to restore the environment. 

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Environmental compliance 

We support our customers and environmental stakeholders in significantly reducing the negative environmental impact of acidic pollution. This helps businesses and authorities comply with environmental regulations and meet their ESG commitments. 

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Not all products are registered for use in all markets. Check with your local Omya representative or contact us for more information.

Type of industries

Omya works with a wide range of industries to optimize water treatment processes, sustainability and cost.

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Water treatment consultancies

Omya offers consultancy and technical support to customers, from the assessment of site-specific issues to the recommendation and implementation of proven solutions.
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