Equipment developed by industry leaders in disaster clean up, decontamination, and cleaning solutions.

Responsible for 28 US & Foreign Patents and 60 revolutionary environmental trade secrets on decontamination and cleaning technologies.

Worked with a number of government agencies and committees including:

• Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)
• Department of Dofence (DOD)
• National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA)
• Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
• United States Coast Guard
• House of Senate sub-commettees

DISASTER TYPES

  • Nuclear
  • Oil
  • Biological & Pandemics
  • Chemical
  • Flood
  • Fire
  • Earthquake
  • Tsunami
  • Hurricane
  • Landslide
  • Tornado
  • Volcanic

MAJOR PROJECTS

Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Incident, 2011

Four Tours

  • Demonstrated and tested radiation decontamination technology on a variety of surfaces including dirt, biomass, grass, and a porous asphalt produced in Japan
  • Technology tests resulted in up to 99% decontamination on hard surfaces and 80% on crops and soil
  • Results show 90 times better removal than any other company worldwide can accomplish

Ministry of Environment Iraq, 2011

  • Chemical and biological decontamination project

BP Oil Spill, 2010

Awarded Five-Year Contract, 95% completion of Work in 2.5 Months

  • Chosen over 20,000 other vendors as the primary provider of decontamination equipment
  • Accomplished 95% decontamination
  • 2 mop-up teams remained on-call for a year to cleanup any remaining oil

Hurricane Katrina, 2005

Eight Months

  • Cleaned flood damage, biological remnants, mold abatement, and asbestos abatement with fantastic results and no creation of legacy waste

September 11 Attacks, 2001

  • Machines were used at Ground Zero for clean-up efforts
  • The machines handled the worst conditions allowing crews on the ground to decontaminate and clean any surface

Anthrax Attack on Senate & US Navy Vessel, 2001

  • Cleaning units were used to contain and decontaminate Navy vessels and government buildings.

USS Cole (DDG 67), 2000

  • Cleaning equipment and personnel performed decontamination work

Exxon Valdez Oil Spill, 1989

  • Chosen to clean and remediate the coastline, boats, and personnel
  • Treated and decontaminated wildlife
  • Invented and built the machines for decontamination
  • Co-developed all chemistry used
  • Began development of oil eating microbes

 

INVENTIONS & TECHNOLOGY

Responsible for 28 US and Foreign Patents and 60 revolutionary environmental trade secrets on decontamination and cleaning technologies

BIOENGINEERING

HARDWARE & MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

SOFTWARE DEVELOPED

SPECIALTY CHEMICALS FORMULATED

SKILLS

  • Unmatched ability to immediately assess information, invent a solution, and execute a plan under emergency timelines
  • Develop chemistry, equipment, and decontamination procedures
  • Create training for teams of operators on equipment, chemistry, and procedures
  • Designing, rapid prototyping, and producing equipment within hours
  • Chemical Engineering
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Bioengineering
  • Software Engineering
  • Advanced Electronic Circuitry Engineering
  • Machinist
  • Welding

CLIENTS

Business

Exxon Mobil, British Petroleum, Shell Oil, Bell-Tech Oil Spill Consultants

Government and Municipalities

State of Louisiana, State of Alabama, State of Florida, U.S. Navy, Department of Fish and Game

Fore ign Governments

Iraq, Nigeria , Japan

Commercial

SeaWorld, LAX, John Wayne Airport, Long Beach Unified School District, Warner Brothers Studios, Pond of Anaheim, Moorpark Community College, American Technologies, Disneyland, and 32,000 domestic and international customers

ALERT: Due to the high demand for COVID-19, products may lead to delays in response times. Orders and fulfillment may take longer than usual.

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