Floc, rock, and roll.

CarboNet’s SimpleFloc creates 10x stronger flocs than commodity chemicals. Dewater your sites predictably and safely while sticking to your permit.

Construction dewatering, deconstructed.

Dewatering is unpredictable. Water quality is inconsistent, flocculants can underperform, and your chemical output may exceed your permit limit. On top of that, sites are often remote or frustratingly small—making it hard for crews to work efficiently.

Why it matters: For an operator, unpredictability and inefficiency eats into margins, crew morale and safety, and legal exposure.

SimpleFloc for dewatering:

  • Requires no makedown, saving time, water, and space in remote or tight locations.
  • Offers a forgiving dosage window, meaning less pump adjustments and crew demands, leading to less non-productive time or operational issues.
  • Reduces operator variability and error, reducing safety hazards and environmental concerns.
  • Acts quickly and produces consistent results, leading to predictable costs and reliable KPIs.
  • Cost-competitive with liquid emulsion flocculants, even at a 4:1 ratio.

The bottom line: Control matters when everything is unpredictable. SimpleFloc’s plug-and-play simplicity, small footprint, and near-zero chemical output boost your ability to deliver results on-time and budget while avoiding environmental snafus.

“The most technologically innovative water treatment application I have laid eyes on this decade."
Randy Khalil, SME

Use Cases

CarboNet chemistry performs across all construction use cases, from dewatering a sewer line in a dense city to a remote pipeline in the mountains.

Inner-city (sewer discharge)

Rural (lagoon discharge)

Remote (fish-bearing stream discharge)

Reference project

Trans Mountain delivers some 300,000 barrels of petroleum daily to the West Coast. The Trans Mountain Expansion aims to increase capacity and expand access to global markets.

Read the Trans Mountain brief

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Win in Water

Water insecurity and regulations are coming for the P&L. CarboNet chemistry lowers CAPEX, OPEX, and emissions.