Corrosion inhibitor meets EPA criteria

Rivertop Renewables's sodium glucarate produced by the company's breakthrough oxidation technology has been listed on the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's Safer Chemicals Ingredients List (SCIL).

Dec 19th, 2016

Rivertop Renewables’s sodium glucarate produced by the company’s breakthrough oxidation technology has been listed on the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s Safer Chemicals Ingredients List (SCIL). Chemicals on the SCIL have been certified by the EPA as safer than traditional chemical ingredients, helping formulators secure the Safer Choice label for end products sold to industry and consumers. Rivertop’s product, manufactured at DTI in Danville, Virginia, is the first chemical with corrosion inhibiting properties to secure full approval for the SCIL. Sodium glucarate is said to enable superior performance from two Rivertop products. Waterline™ CI is designed to be a high-performing alternative to phosphorous-based corrosion inhibitors in the water treatment industry. www.rivertop.com

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