Bioremediation

Date:Feb 22, 2013

Bioremediation has been defined as “a process, in which microbial catalysis acts on pollutant compounds, thereby remedying or eliminating environment contamination”. Though microorganisms capable to convert hydrocarbons into non-harmful biomass exist in soil, natural breakdown of the contaminating hydrocarbons occurs very slowly and usually to no acceptable levels.
Making use of state of the art technology and knowhow, INKAS® Environment Protection offers a unique biological process, material and equipment for complete removal oil from soil.
It is all natural and annually renewable 100% biodegradable cellulose material, with no adverse effect on plants or animals, provides complete decomposition of hydrocarbons within thirty to sixty days, cost effective solution, which may be used in both in-situ and ex-situ soil remediation processes.
Once oil contaminated and remediated with our material farmlands are used for agriculture.