With growing concerns for environmental pollution, the need for ecological solutions increased including oil contamination treatment. Our technologies help decompose oil in the soil, water, and wood. These are both environmentally friendly and cost-effective solutions.
In the oil industry, there are moments then oil contamination happens: when oil is extracted, transported, refined, used, etc. Solving these problems by old techniques, we face other issues: the solutions are not environmentally friendly, are not effective for a high concentration of oil; are not cost-effective, so companies prefer not to solve the problem at all.
NEWCLYN is a next-generation bioremediation technology for oil contamination. Microorganisms use oil hydrocarbons as a source of their food and decompose them to compounds that are safe for humans and the environment – H2O and CO2.
HOW IT WORKS
NEWCLYN is a new generation biological product produced by cultivating specially selected microorganisms. The product is used to clean oil products from contaminated water, soil, industrial sludge, etc. The technology is suitable for cleaning both heavy and light oil hydrocarbons.
Petroleum Hydrocarbos reduction per month:
The concentrate of the preparation is diluted with water and sprayed on a contaminated surface. The latter is not only treated with the preparation, but is also aerated according to the schedule, supplemented with special bacteria-stimulating materials, and maintained with the required moisture.
To increase longevity of wooden rail ties or electricity poles, they are treated with creosote. This chemical guards the wood against humidity caused rot and decay. However, creosote is toxic, making used wooden a toxic waste, which may be hazardous to humans and environment.
Our experts have created a new biotechnology product which is able to decompose the base of creosote – polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAH).
WOODCLYN is a new generation biological product used to biodegrade polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons. The preparation is intended for the cleaning of the wood of used railway sleepers or electricity poles that have been impregnated with creosote. Microorganisms in the product use polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) as a source of food and decompose them into H2O and CO2, i.e., compounds that are not harmful either to the environment, or humans.