Root control products

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Sewer Sciences has developed EPA-registered products that control root growth in sewer systems without compromising wastewater treatment facilities, the environment, or local communities. The company has also consulted with the U.S. EPA to create training manuals for instructing and certifying root-control applicators in proper application techniques. The company recently launched a reference website for sewer-system managers and consultants. Through primary-source documentation, the site addresses recent U.S. EPA actions that impact the use of root-control chemicals.

Sewer Sciences Inc.
www.rootcontrolfacts.com

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