BWA Water Additives showcases industrial water biocides, oil & gas scale inhibitor

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BWA Water Additives, a technology-led speciality chemicals company, will showcase its broad-spectrum EPA-approved biocides, Bellacide® 355 and Bellacide® 301 at the International Water Conference (IWC) in Orlando, Fla., on Nov. 17-21. 

BWA's biocides help improve microbiological performance while reducing total costs. The company also provides a product line for scale inhibition in the oil and gas sector. Included is the newest scale inhibitor, Bellasol® S65, which is biodegradable and provides high protection against difficult scales, even in high temperature/high pressure formations.  

Visit BWA at booth #314. 

About BWA Water Additives

BWA Water Additives is a global leader in sustainable water treatment technologies for industrial water treatment since 1973. For more information, visit www.wateradditives.com.

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