Bio-Remediation with Oil Gone Easy is a Greener Solution
Cleaning up an oil stain forces most people to use noxious chemicals that only make the problem worse. And the stain almost never goes away.
Oil Gone Easy – a natural, bio-remediation product is now available by the quart, 5-gallon bucket and 55 gallon drums to safely clean oil-stained driveways, concrete, garages and soil.
Oil Gone Easy, now available to consumers, is the product that was used to help clean up the Exxon Valdez oil spill in Alaska, and other spills on land. It’s been proven to work for oil spills.
The problems with removing petroleum stains
Up until now it’s been difficult to eliminate oil spills. The rags and sand – or kitty litter – that we dump on spills doesn’t actually eliminate the hydrocarbon contamination – nor does it remove the stain. And the end product from using rags and dumping sand or kitty litter is actually a hazardous product that many landfills will not accept.
EPA- Recognized: Bio-Remediation – a better to way to get petroleum stains out of your life
Bioremediation is a natural process at oil spill sites where bacteria break down fuels into harmless by-products like water. New products are available now that speed up this process. While bioremediation is EPA-approved, oil-spill tested, and a green method for actually breaking down hydrocarbons, it has only just now become available to consumers
Oil Gone Easy S-200 uses special nutrients to attract microbes to the spill, which then break the oil down into water. It takes about a week to completely remove an oil stain. Oil Gone Easy S-200 “recruits” local bacteria to work on the oil stain and its liquid form encapsulates the fuel spill immediately, preventing it from evaporating (or even washing away in rain) or seeping further into the ground.
It also promptly eliminates the petrochemical odor – and biodegrades quickly after completely removing the oil spot.
It’s been a hassle, up to now, to remove oil stains safely and effectively.
More information at: www.oilgoneeasy.com.
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