hydrocarbon bioremediation Companies

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Bioremediation Specialists, LLC

based in Beaverton, OREGON (USA)

We specialize in the providing proprietary products to support enhanced biological performance for contaminant remediation, soil treatment, and septic performance. Our focus is on reliability, sustainability, and cost-savings. Our contaminant remediation approaches continue to smash records - from cleaning up heavily weathered heating oil in clay to large chlorinated ...

EOS Remediation, LLC

based in Raleigh, NORTH CAROLINA (USA)

Since its incorporation over 10 years ago, EOS Remediation has earned and maintained industry-leading status. With worldwide sales at over 2000 sites, our extensively researched patented bioremediation products and our internationally recognized leadership provide science-driven solutions to polluted sites. We have the `experience that you can rely on; products that you ...

Ameret

based in Overland Park, MISSOURI (USA)

Onsite hydrocarbon remediation, land or water. We remediate without the time and cost of removing the contaminant to a hazardous waste site. Our products are environmental friendly. We can remediate any type of hydrocarbon spill; returning the water to 99.99% pure and the earth to its original vegetation state.

IEBCO

based in Tehran, IRAN

Iranian Environmental Bioremediation Company (IEBCO) is a leading developer and supplier of bioremediation agents and provider of biological treatment services for petroleum hydrocarbon polluted sites. IEBCO was stablished in Shahid Beheshti University-Technology Units Incubator, where it could access specialized Research centers and laboratories.

OSEI - Oil Spill Eater International, Corp

based in Dallas, TEXAS (USA)

Oil Spill Eater II (OSE II) is the world’s most environmentally safe and cost effective bioremediation process for the mitigation of hazardous waste, spills and contamination virtually anywhere of any size, large or small. OSE II is an environmentally safe cleanup method because it uses natures own bioremediation processes to effectively eliminate hazardous materials.

Environmental BioTechnologies, Inc.

based in Lodi, CALIFORNIA (USA)

Environmental BioTechnologies, Inc. (EBT) is a biotechnology company that focuses on the development and application of biological based products, processes, and services for the industrial and environmental markets. EBT has successfully developed technologies for bioremediation of soils and groundwater contaminated with total petroleum hydrocarbons (TPH) and polycyclic ...

Geovation Engineering, P.C.

based in Florida, NEW YORK (USA)

Geovation is dedicated to advancing the science and practice of environmental remediation. We provide innovative technologies, products and services for the bioremediation of a broad range of chemical contaminants in soil, sediment, ground-water and aquifer media. Geovation is an industry leader in the field of anaerobic bioremediation. Our customers include environmental ...

Terra Systems, Inc. (TSI)

based in Wilmington, DELAWARE (USA)

Terra Systems, Inc.’s senior scientists have been developing in situ bioremediation technology since the 1980’s. Our roots go back to Richard Raymond, Sr. who received the first patent, U.S. Patent No. 3,846,290 for in situ bioremediation of petroleum hydrocarbons in the 1970’s while at Sun Oil Company. Today, led by President Richard Raymond, Jr., Terra Systems, Inc. ...

Sitelab Corporation

based in West Newbury, MASSACHUSETTS (USA)

Sitelab Corporation manufactures portable laboratory instruments and test kits used to measure concentrations of petroleum hydrocarbons in soil, sediment or water on-site. Popular applications include field screening samples for TPH, BTEX, PAHs, GRO and DRO. Sitelab`s Ultraviolet Fluorescnece (UVF) technology is very sensitive to gasoline, jet fuel, diesel fuel, coal ...

Bio Rem USA, Inc.

based in Broadview Heights, OHIO (USA)

Bio Rem was founded to take advantage of the newly approved bioremediation process for the clean-up of hydro carbon contaminants in soil and groundwater. We can clean up anything from a corner gas station to a large superfund site. In January 1990, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) first allowed bioremediation to be conducted for the clean-up of hydrocarbon ...

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