About Us

Watersorb is your source for the highest quality superabsorbent polymers. Perfect for home gardeners, craft enthusiasts, and farmers, Watersorb is dedicated to water conservation and helping the environment by providing ecologically safe products at prices affordable to everyone. Watersorb water crystals can be used in agriculture, horticulture, equestrian arenas, dust control, insect watering, and more. Watersorb polymers are also used in many craft projects such as Cool Tie evaporative body coolers, Smelly Jelly air fresheners, hot and cold packs, and cigar humidifiers. Watersorb HydroPAM polymer is extensively used in hydroseeding. HydroPAM can also be used as a very effective pond sealer.

Watersorb was the first company to bring superabsorbent polymers to the public at affordable prices. When Watersorb was organized over 18 years ago, quantities less than 50 lbs were hard to find, and when small quantities were available the prices were $40 to $70 per pound. 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 superabsorbent 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 superabsorbent polymers as low as possible. If a lower price is found, Watersorb will meet or beat the price. Watersorb is a Native American owned company dedicated to protecting the environment through technology.

Watersorb polymers when used in agriculture, forestry and horticulture will significantly reduce water consumption while dramatically improving plant survival and growth. In addition to conserving water, our polymers store fertilizer that will release slowly over time. Watersorb polymers also reduce water runoff and soil erosion, thus improving the quality of our lakes, streams, and rivers. All Watersorb polymers 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. Golf courses, ball fields, and residential/commercial lawns all over the country reduce water usage with Watersorb polymers. Our polymer is also used by US Forestry Service and recommended by Southern Living Magazine and HGTV.

Watersorb is a registered trademark with the US Patent and Trademark Office. All rights reserved, 2016.