BCI Wins NSF Grant to Develop PCB Degrading Bacteria
June, 2011 -- BCI Wins NSF Award to Develop PCB- Degrading Bacterial Culture
Bioremediation Consulting, Inc (BCI) of Watertown, MA announced today that it has received a Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) grant from the National Science Foundation. Principal Investigator, Dr. Margaret Findlay will lead BCI's research effort on the development of a commerical culture of Dehalococcoides for anaerobic degradation of PCB's.
BCI has been involved in the development of cultures for bioremediation for over 20 years and continues to advance the frontiers of this technology. A wide range of specialized dechlorinating cultures are now available to commercial clients. Contact Sam Fogel for more information at firstname.lastname@example.org.