Treating contamination in-situ is convenient and cost-effective. However, perceived challenges create barriers to wider adoption of in-situ bioremediation. iSorb® removes those barriers.
|Barriers to traditional in-situ biological cleaning:||How iSorb Miotechnology removes barriers|
|Hard to control. Most solutions use water as a carrier. Water flows freely, often away from the contamination, creating need for many applications. This drives up cost and reduces overall effectiveness.||Easy to control. Application-specific viscosities stabilize treated surfaces for prolonged periods, minimizing waste and maximizing targeted productivity. The result is a repeatable, easy-to-use solution.|
|Hard to manage. Water evaporation compromises the sufficient moisture critical to success.||Easy to manage. Simple to use, MioGel combines superior absorption and controlled release to maintain moisture levels and impede evaporation.|
|Hard to sustain. From high toxicity at the start of a job to exhausted food supplies at the end, it is difficult to maintain optimal nutrient levels microbes need to remain effective.||Easy to sustain. MioGel provides microbes with a rechargeable food source. This helps ensure superior and sustainable biomass is maintained where it’s needed, for as long as it’s needed, delivering predictable results.|
|High costs. Repeated applications are needed to supply sufficient bacteria to the targeted site to successfully remediate contamination. The process is often complicated, vulnerable, seasonal, and takes too long.||Low costs. Our nutrient-rich environment creates sustainable biomass. Paired with targeted controllability, fewer applications are required for a successful site remediation.|