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


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


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



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






  • 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



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


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

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