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Our Products

Our products have successfully been used in soil remediation for the past three years — out-competing similar competitor products, accomplishing successful remediation of fuel-contaminated sites in less time.

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NLB-1000

NLB-1000 contains a blend of 6 bacterial strains which degrade a wide variety of petroleum hydrocarbons (F1-F4, BTEX, PAH etc) in soil and water. This product is designed for use in soil biopile remediation, catch basins, oil water separators, bilge water treatment and fuel spill treatment. Treatment with NLB-1000 breaks down hydrocarbons at a higher rate than normal soil microflora.

NLB-1035

NLB-1035 is a highly concentrated blend of hydrocarbon degrading bacteria specially formulated for in-situ remediation. This product is highly efficient at remediation within fractured rock and all types of soils including clays.

NLB-1050

NLB-1050 is a specially designed blend of hydrocarbon degrading bacteria for use in Canadian cold weather environments. This product functions at 4-10°C at an 80% efficiency rate in comparison to similar products used at warmer temperatures.

NLB-2000

NLB-2000 is a biological degreaser containing a blend of bacteria which degrade fats, oils and greases (FOGs). This product was designed for use in municipal, commercial and residential grease traps and sewer lines as well as municipal sewage treatment plants.

SR-2020

SR-2020 is a petroleum bioremediation product which utilizes a combination of hydrocarbon degrading bacteria and a biological surfactant. The surfactant helps to break up the petroleum products making the petroleum more available to the bacteria and increases degradation efficacy. This product is especially useful in remediation of petroleum contaminated soil.

WWT-3050 NEW

WWT-3050 is designed to remove fats, oils and greases found in waste water treatment. This product utilizes a combination of grease degrading bacteria and a biological surfactant. The surfactant helps to break up fats, oils and grease found in waste water, making it more available for degradation by the bacteria.