HOW IT WORKS

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Phase I - We use a solution made of bio-renewable plants that create hydrotropes to decrease the size of contaminants in or on any surface, sediment, water, or material.

Phase II - Our bioreactors utilize naturally occurring microbes to reduce contaminants to CO2, H2O, and other non-toxic particles.

 
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PHASE 1 - chemistry

Before introduction of our solutions, a typical drop of oil in water can be > 60 µm.

After the addition of our solution the drop is reduced to < 0.2 µm.

This process is fast, starting within minutes.

 
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Phase II - microbes

Average size of microbes are 0.7 - 2.5 µm, which is larger than the treated contaminant making it easier to consume.

The correct choice of microbes consume the contaminant and yield CO2 and H2O no more or less than nature would’ve done herself, just a whole lot quicker.

Due to the elimination of intermediate chemicals, the net reduction of contaminants using selected natural microbes tends to be less toxic than nature would do.

 
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Phase III - Finale

Our microbes are cannibalistic, once the food source is depleted, they consume themselves back to a natural level, leaving only clean surfaces, sediments, water, and materials.