What is bio-remediation?
Bio remediation can be defined as any process that use microorganisms, fungus, green plants or other enzymes, to return the natural environment, altered by contaminants, to its original condition.
Bio Remediation can be employed to attack specific soil contaminants, such as degrading of chlorinated hydrocarbons by bacteria. An example of a more general approach is the cleanup of oil spill by addition of nitrate and/or sulphate fertilisers to facilitate the decomposition of oil by indigenous or erogenous bacteria.
Rapid Spill Response™ has extensive experience in the bio remediation and restoration of polluted and contaminated sites. We utilise a variety of products and methods, depending on the risk status of the site.