It is a breakthrough technology that can address highly polluted lakes, rivers or shorelines in the Philippines.

A fast and effective solution to decontaminate water and restore ecological health damaged by oil spills or effluent related pollutants. This technology will save our coastal areas and beaches from the stench and pollution brought by oil and other contaminants.

Floating oils and fuels are disintegrated upon contact with BOC’s. BOCs are not a toxic chemical dispersant. It actually breaks down the oil, grease and fats floating on water surface to its base components making it bio-available to the indigenous biology that turns it into H20 and CO2 fast enough before they reach the shoreline, (accelerated bioremediation) Safe enough to use in fish ponds and fish pens to increase dissolved oxygen in water and maintain a healthy environment for breading fish.BOCs are presently used in a variety of industries including waste water treatment, Its like having the ability to command nature to act at once and solve the water pollution problem.

For more information on this solution, please Google Search   <green-ideas-on-disaster-preparedness-oil-spill-fish-kill>




Clean and revive rivers, lakes, and seas

A non-chemical solution that both sweep and remediate river, lakes, and seas. 

Organically engineered catalyst used is also a proven aeffective solution to enhance STP and WWTP operation.


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Jess C. Gregorio

Affiliate Marketing and Project Lead Generation Manager for the Philippine Territory




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