TWC International

ABN 99 4481 2804

Manufacturers of TWC

WORKING AGAINST POLLUTANTS 

Cyanobacterial Blooms (commonly referred to as Blue Green Algal Blooms) TWC is the only technology that stops and controls Cyanobacterial Blooms.

  • Hydrocarbon

  • Chemical

  • Heavy metals

  • Fertiliser

  • Sewage

  • Storm water

  • Household

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AUSTRALIA - HEAD OFFICE
2/71 Knight Terrace

Denham, Western Australia  6537

Phone: +61425200402

Email: info@TWCinternational.net

SOUTH AMERICA

O2eco Tecnologia Ambiental

www.o2eco.com.br

Phone: +55 12 33081926
            +55 21 993976669

Email: contato@o2eco.com.br

MEXICO

The Water Cleanser Comercial Jarvet

www.watercleanser.com.mx

Phone 55-2625-2256
Email: contacto@watercleanser.com.mx

CHINA

The Water Cleanser

www.watercleanser.cn

Phone +86 13602888078
Email: bella2015@foxmail.com 

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TWC Block assists in polyphosphate conversion which is essential for a
healthy clean environment free from pollutants. This is achieved by the
completion of the whole bacterial cycle in water.

 

The importance of Polyphosphate conversion in the environment
 
  • Disposal of pollutant phosphates: at very high phosphate levels (occurring for example in some domestic or industrial effluents) formation of polyphosphates sequesters phosphorus within the cell in an inert form.
     

  • Energy reservoir: polyphosphates not only store phosphorus but also energy in the form of high-energy bonds.
     

  • Breakdown of these molecules leads to the formation of ATP, which thus becomes available for use by other cell processes.
     

  • Metal chelation: strongly electro-negative polyphosphate deposits act as powerful chelators of metal cations, providing an important sink and reservoir for metals within the cell. This can then be consumed by polyphosphate consuming bacteria which secures the metals within the soil making a natural biological containment.
     

  • Buffer against alkali: polyphosphates occur in complex equilibrium with phosphate and hydrogen ions, acting as a buffer for alkalis within the cell.
     

  • Buoyancy regulation: along with other dense deposits in the cell, polyphosphates contribute to the ballast, a key component of the buoyancy regulation process. This is what gives clarity to water that is treated with TWC Blocks.

Lakes and Rivers

Polyphosphate Conversion is essential for a

CLEAN ENVIRONMENT