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One Training Program for Everyone

Tyna and Debby hit the gym to lose weight and improve stamina. Tyna plays sports, walks everywhere and eats healthy. Debby smokes, drives everywhere and eats junk food. The trainer doesn’t know their lifestyles and puts them on the exact same fitness program of...

The Human Factor

The Human Factor is one of the most important factors to consider when designing your microbial mitigation programs. Lab data, product data, experience, expertise, and know-how can create effective programs for control, but one must always factor in human control when...

Overextending the KISS Principle

The phrase; “keep it simple stupid” (KISS), coined by Kelly Johnson as a product design principle, alludes to the idea that most systems function best if they are kept as simple as possible, avoiding unnecessary complexities. This principle has been applied in a...

What’s your well drinking?

If you were thirsty and I hand you a glass of water, you would be pretty sick if I gave you fresh water from my septic field rather than fresh water from my tap; the same goes for your well. Although we don’t always get to choose water with zero microbes for our frac,...

Optimization over Commoditization

With continued economic pressures in various North American plays since 2015, optimization remains an industry focus for operators. When it comes to managing industrial fluids, optimization can turn into cost savings via commoditization. Our clients and stakeholders...

Preservative Biocide

There is growing awareness in completions for the requirement of long-term protection or extended coverage biocides. A “preservative biocide” is often recommended but not fully understood. Think of what preserving means; to maintain something in its existing state....