Can naturally occurring, oil-eating microbes help clean the waters and shores of the Gulf of Mexico? Scientists, BP and government officials are moving toward trying it.
Can the naturally occurring microbes help clean up the oil spill?
Yes, experts say. At least in part, with some risk.
Officials are taking note. Gov. Charlie Crist on Thursday visited a Sarasota company that sells microbes that eat oil. BP says it's open to using them. AND THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT THIS WEEK IS CONTACTING ITS PRE-APPROVED LIST OF MORE THAN A DOZEN COMPANIES TO SEE HOW QUICKLY THEY CAN RAMP UP PRODUCTION.
We are working with Pacific Sands (OTCBB:PFSD) to develop a retail product using their natural solutions surfactants in combo with BUGS products. But first Gulf Oil Spill products in the works! Comment by Administrator on June 18, 2010 @ 10:58 am
Any and all companys will be at work in the gulf at bp's exspense so do expect a big contract. They will not have only one company doing this for years they will have all the companys working for years.