is the newest innovation in BioRemediation
technology. MicroBoom contains trillions of specially
cultivated microbes to digest organic molecules. Common
organic molecules are gasoline, kerosene, diesel fuel,
antifreeze, cooking fats, and a broad range of
solvents such as toulene. When it rains any of the above
contaminants can get flushed in storm drains, and out
flows to streams, lakes, ponds, and harbors.
In water, microbes recycle organic nutrients, ammonia
and nitrates. Organic nutrients are bioremediated to
a beneficial fatty acid, carbon dioxide and water. During
this complex process The fatty acid is water soluble
and consumed by fish and plants, the CO2
is recycled by plants that use the carbon for cell structure.
This process releases oxygen to the atmosphere.