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Our clients in the marine, industrial, food manufacturing, transportation and aircraft industries around the world trust us to provide proven cost- and time-saving, environmentally-safe cleaning, de-greasing and spill products for everyday and emergency applications. The best part is, our products come in a work-ready state, can be used in situ, and there is little training required.

Environmental Solution, Inc., is a veteran-owned, US-based business with a global reach. In addition to distribution, we are a manufacturer's representative for our product line. Our primary goal is to build a network of successful distributors, both nationally and internationally. Owner John Paparone is known for his outstanding commitment to providing top-quality products and service to the company's ever-growing worldwide clientele.

Cutting Clean-Up Costs of Contaminated Soil With Bioremediation

More and more occurrences of soil contamination at onshore maritime facilities such as marinas and shipyards have arisen due to the high degree of industrialization and intensities of chemical uses. But traditional best practices for soil clean-up can prove challenging with rising fuel and transportation costs. Bioremediation products can solve both problems while creating an ecologically-safe atmosphere for both the worker and the environment.

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Watering Down the Costs of Cleaning

John Paparone was interviewed by The Ship Supplier about how the shipping industry's cleaning sector is developing green products to address environmental concerns. 
 

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Bio-W Receives EPA NCP Certification

Bio-W is the first bioremediation, floating absorbent designed to collect and contain most hydrocarbons floating in water (both salt and fresh water).  Bio-W  has the ability to repel water therefore allowing it to "hold" only the hydrocarbons it absorbs.  When the hydrocarbons are "locked" or adhered to the fibers of the Bio-W flakes, the activated microbes will begin to remediate or "eat" the contaminant turning the hydrocarbons into harmless carbon dioxide (CO2) and water.

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