OSE II is not a bacteria (bug), fertilizer or dispersant product. OSE II is a biological enzyme that converts the waste into a natural food source for the enhanced native bacteria found in the environment. The end result of this process is CO2 and water. OSE II will reduce your cleanup costs and permanently eliminate the hazardous waste problem in place, with no secondary cleanup required.
OIL SPILL EATER II is non-toxic to humans, animals, plants and marine life. It is non-poisonous, even if accidentally ingested. It is non-irritating to the most sensitive skin. OSE II contains no known allergens to cause skin, respiratory or other allergic reactions. Birds bathed in OSE II should be quarantined until their own natural oils are restored.
OIL SPILL EATER II is 100% Biodegradable. OSE H has a 5 year shelf life when stored at temperatures below 120 degrees F. Freezing does not harm OSE II; however, cold temperatures slow it's reaction rate somewhat. The product is completely stable and reactive in a pH environment of 3.5 to 11.7.
OSE II contains no corrosive chemicals or metal trace elements, and will not damage electrical insulation or painted surfaces. No special protective clothing or safety equipment is required - as determined by OSHA - Anchorage, Alaska.
OSE II assists in controlling unpleasant odors associated with hydrocarbons. OSE II will destroy - not mask - odors through a natural Biodegradation process.
OSE II will reduce fire hazard once emulsification and the solubilization process is started. This process begins the instant OSE II is applied to crude oil, gasoline or spilled hydrocarbons.
OSE II can be applied easily using a pumper-truck or fire hose, or even a pump-up hand sprayer. On water, OSE II can be applied by omni barge, helicopter, plane or any eductor system.
OSE II eliminates the need for skimmers and it eliminates the problem of disposal (clean docks, driftwood, boats, rubber gear and shorelines). No secondary cleanup is required because OSE II converts the hydrocarbons to C02 and water.
Texaco cleanup personnel preparing to mix OSE II
Crude Oil lifts off of sand as soon as OSE II is applied
Jet Fuel spill under F-18. Mixing OSE II prior to cleanup
Emergency Response Cleanup in Diesel spill
- Lakes, Rivers, Streams
- Where Fresh and Ocean Water come together (Brackish Water)
- All Types of Soil - Rocky Areas - Pebbled Areas
- Marshes - Estuaries
- Underground Soil
- Underground Water
- Under Buildings & Immovable Objects
- Animal Clinics
- Kitchens, Restaurants (Grease Traps)
- Manufacturing Plants that use Organic Based Natural Resources
- Manufacturing Plants that use Hydrocarbon Based Natural Resources
- Any Owner, Operator of Engines or Robotics
- All Transportation Groups - Air, Rail, Bus, Water
- Utility Industry
- Refineries, Oil Tankers, Drilling, Pipeline Operators
- Military, Governments, Fire Departments, Ports and Harbors
- Homeowners that spill Fuel, Oil, Pesticides, or Solvents
- Septic Tanks, Sewer Treatment Plants,
- Farms and Ranches
- Cleanup Contractors
- Insurance Companies - (Insurance Adjustors)
This list contains most of the hazardous material OSE II has bioremediated. It is not complete. We add new compounds continually. This list is to give you an idea of what OSE II can remediate. If your particular contaminant is not listed, contact us.
- Bioremediation of most Organic Based Compounds
- Bioremediation of almost all Hydrocarbon Based Compounds
- Bioremediation of all types of Gasoline - Diesel Fuel, Jet A, JP 4, JP 5, JP 8
- Bioremediation of Crude Oils
- Bioremediation of Pesticides
- Bioremediation of DDT
- Bioremediation of Malathion
- Bioremediation of Organo Pesticides
- Bioremediation of Tert Butyl Ether
- Bioremediation of Benzene
- Bioremediation of Xylene
- Bioremediation of Toluene
- Bioremediation of Ethyl Benzene
- Bioremediation of Chrysene
- Bioremediation of Hopane
- Bioremediation of Hexadecane
- Bioremediation of Naphthalene
- Bioremediation of Fluorene
- Bioremediation of Phytane
- Bioremediation of Phenanthrene
- Bioremediation of CI8, C30
- Bioremediation of Pristane
- Bioremediation of Heating Oils
- Bioremediation of Kerosene
- Bioremediation of Grease from Animals
- Bioremediation of Grease from Vegetables
- Bioremediation of Dioxins
- Bioremediation of Furans
- CreosotePCBs (Poly Chlorinated Biphenols)
- Dry Cleaning Fluid - (Perchloralethylene)
- Ethylene Glycol - (Radiator Fluid)
- Deicing Agent
- Hydraulic Oil
- Brake Fluid
- Power Steering Fluid
- Motor Oils
- Co Polymers