Bioremediation & Oil Eating Microbes

Are you looking to deal with oil spills in a quick, effective, and environmentally friendly manner? Oil spill clean up can be fast and easy with Aabaco Environmental Industries’ absorbents and bioremediation products. In order to clean up contaminated soil and water in the most effective way possible, we harness the power of oil eating microbes in our various products.

These oil eating microbes are available in different forms:

Granular:

Liquid:

Tablets: Oil eating microbes in tablet form will virtually eliminate the high cost of transportation and disposal of waste oil from separators and interceptors.

Aabaco microbe packages will do the following:

  • Work silently, invisibly and rapidly 24/7
  • Break down harmful hydrocarbons, both above and below ground level
  • Turn hydrocarbon into harmless top soil
  • Assist in breaking down existing organic matter and other industrial/agricultural runoff pollutants

Each project has its own unique requirements and challenges. Let Aabaco and its team members take the guesswork out of your bioremediation project. Please call us at (561) 988-3282  for information on which microbe package best suits your needs.

About Oil Eating Microbes

A very effective way to clean up an oil spill is with oil eating microbes. These microbes are available in several different forms. When infused within an organic absorbent, they both absorb the oil and rapidly bioremediate the contamination. Oil eating microbes can also be placed within a concentrated liquid for adding to a contaminated ground soil or water, or a dry powder for blending with other dispersion mediums/packages.

Aabaco Environmental Industries combines carefully selected products with oil eating microbes to ensure that the bioremediation process is performing at maximum efficiency at all times. Our products are powerful, efficient, and cost-effective for your company and industry. Feel free to inquire about or order our microbe packages and products today!

"" was added to wishlist