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Protecting the environment by accelerating the mother Nature


Everything that lives on earth consumes food, generates wastes and eventually dies. The world would long ago have drowned in its own waste if not for microorganisms that cycle the wastes back to nutrients that continue to sustain life. Among the microorganisms are the bacteria - the natural housekeepers that work silently and diligently at the microscopic level.

These natural housekeepers play a vital role in the natural biological cycle, converting organic materials into microbial cell biomass, carbon dioxide, water and inorganic elements. The inorganic elements are then used to form new cells by plants and algae, which in turn become food sources for fishes, animals and man. Man and animals discharge waste back into the system to be metabolized yet again by the microbial ecosystem, and the cycle repeats itself.


Through his industrial, agricultural and domestic activities, man has brought about physical, chemical and biological modifications to the environment. This has resulted in an overloading and disruption of the natural biological cycle. The rate at which we are generating waste vastly exceeds the rate at which the microbial ecosystem can degrade it.


Biotechnology offers the best hope for reversing this trend, and ultimately at restoring environmental balance. Biotechnology exerts a fundamental influence in cleaning the environment by creating innovative and improved waste treatment systems. By incorporating more biotechnology and biodegradable products into our industrial and chemical processes, we can substantially reduce the amount of waste we produce and finally alleviate many environmental problems.


The unique needs of oil and gas industries are met efficiently and effectively with biotechnology solutions. Specialized formulations of microbial cultures, bacteria, enzymes, and nutrients provide environmentally safe methods of tank cleaning, descaling, rust prevention, sludge and wastewater treatment, while maximizing oil recovery.


Tanks Cleaning


  • Storage Tanks

  • Tanks must be cleaned from time to time for various reasons. One reason is to change the type of product carried inside a tank.Also, when tanks are to be inspected or maintenance must be performed within a tank, it must be not only cleaned, but made "gas-free

  • On most crude-oil tankers, a special crude oil washing (COW) system is part of the cleaning process.The COW system circulates part of the cargo through the fixed tank-cleaning system to remove wax and asphaltic deposits. Tanks that carry less viscous cargoes are washed with water. Fixed and portable automated tank cleaning machines, which clean tanks with high-pressure water jets, are widely used.Some systems use rotating high-pressure water jets to spray hot water on all the internal surfaces of the tank.As the spraying takes place, the liquid is pumped out of the tank.


  • Marine  Vessels  Tanks 

     Oil Spill Eater Cleaning Procedure for Marine Vessels Tanks by Oil Spill Eater  Interna=onal Corp Technical dpt.


Oil Spill Response


The foremost reason one cleans up an oil/chemical spill is to REMOVE the pollutants/toxicity from the environment as rapidly as possible so that living organisms can survive, the ecosystem can sustain itself, and threats to human health are reduced as much as possible


Utilizing this principle as a fundamental standard for oil spill clean up guidance and policy establishes a valuable frame of reference by which one can evaluate response methods—mechanical clean up, dispersants, and non-toxic agents (OSEII) as to the effectiveness and economic viability.



  • Wastewater treatment & waste minimization.

  • Sludge treatment in-situ and ex-situ.

  • Crude oil storage tank bio cleaning and oil recovery.

  • Biological treatment of mercaptan.

  • Contaminated solid and water bioremediation.

  • Cooling tower treatment.


Oil Wells:

  • Enhanced microbial oil recovery.

  • Sludge bioremediation and oil recovery.

  • Process water bioremediation.

  • Control of S.R.B (Sulphur Reducing Bacteria)



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