Watersorb® is dedicated to water conservation and helping
the environment by providing ecologically safe products at prices now
affordable to everyone.
Watersorb was the first to bring super absorbent polymers
to the public at affordable prices. When Watersorb was organized 12 years ago
quantities less than 50 lbs were hard to find, and when small quantities were
available the prices were $40 to $70 per lb. Watersorb’s mission is to make
absorbent polymer technology available to the general public and farmers. Watersorb now has many
imitators, but Watersorb was the FIRST to provide super absorbent polymers at
affordable prices. Watersorb is able to continue to keep costs down due to repeat
business from loyal,
satisfied customers. Watersorb appreciates the continued support from customers
in its efforts to keep the costs of super absorbent polymers as low as
possible. Watersorb is a Native American owned company dedicated to
protecting the environment through technology.
Watersorb products when used in agriculture, forestry
and horticulture will significantly reduce water depletion while
dramatically improving plant survival and growth. Watersorb products
also reduce water runoff and soil erosion, thus improving the quality
of our lakes, streams and rivers. All Watersorb products are developed
to improve the ability of soil and other growing media to retain water
and nutrients. With severe droughts occurring on a more frequent basis
due to global warming, water absorbing polymers can help plants survive
by significantly reducing the amount of irrigation needed.
Thanks to Watersorb
Now everyone can afford to improve plant growth
and survival and help protect the environment!
Used by US Forestry Service and Recommended by
Southern Living Magazine and HGTV
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to answer your questions on line.
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