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Features & Advantages

            Effectively degrades organic contaminants                Smaller sized particles enable better horizontal
             polluting ground water or soil including BTEX,            penetration into the soil with no risk of clogged
             MTBE and more.                                            pores.
            Stability and low solubility allows enhanced             Successfully treats total petroleum
             period of aerobic bioremediation.                         hydrocarbons including light to heavy fuel oils,
                                                                       Non-halogenated volatile solvents (methanol,
            Homogenous slurry could be easily made due                acetone, ethanol, acetonitrile, ethyl acetate,
             to very small particle size.
                                                                       tert-butyl alcohol (TBA) etc.
            Very slow oxygen release.                                Reduces organic pollutants including
            Also oxidises heavy metals.                               hydrocarbons found in groundwater or soil into
                                                                       innocuous end products.


                                                                 Enhanced bioremediation with the use of Bio
                                                                 Accelerator is achieved through the extended release
                                                                 of oxygen into the sub-surface to supplement the
                                                                 rate limiting oxygen requirement by aerobic
                                                                 Highly Effective upon following common pollutants:

       Hydra Bio Accelerator is used for enhanced aerobic
       This is a process in which organic contaminants
       found in soil and/or groundwater are degraded by
       indigenous or inoculated microorganisms
       transforming them to innocuous end products.

                                                                 BTEX or benzene, toluene, ethylbenzene and
                                                                 xylenes; MTBE or methyl tertiary butyl ether; TPH or
                                                                 total petroleum hydrocarbons; Phenol and Cresols;
                                                                 High Explosives; Heavy Metals; Polycyclic Aromatic
                                                                 Hydrocarbons or PAHs including methylnaphthalenes
                                                                 and naphthalene.
                                                                 A few of the halogenated compounds and
                                                                 Non-halogenated volatile solvents.

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