How Bioremediation Works

Bioremediation is the use of either naturally occurring or deliberately introduced microorganisms or other forms of life to consume or break down environmental pollutants, in order to clean up a polluted site. the process that these microbes go through to consume the contaminants is known as the Krebs Cycle.

The Krebs Cycle Simplified:

The natural pollutant (in this case oil, hydrocarbons, etc) gets introduced to the specifically designed microbes (OIL-OUT™). This starts a chemical reaction known as Aerobic Respiration in which the microbe uses oxygen to digest the food source and releases a combination of water, carbon dioxide and other organic materials.

In our case the microbes will remain stagnant until they are activated using water. Since the microbes are living, this will ensure your OIL-OUT™ concentrate will have a long shelf life.

The bioremediation process is completely natural and is an environmentally safe alternative for cleaning small or large scale messes.

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