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Evolugate Launches Bioremediation Project To Mitigate The Gulf Oil Spill
Date:6/3/2010

As BP scientists struggle to cap the well that is leaking vast quantities of oil into the Gulf of Mexico, attention is turning to the daunting task of cleaning up the oil that is slowly creeping ashore and affecting sensitive marine ecosystems. Bioremediation is emerging as the only viable means to this end, however, significant obstacles prevent current methods of bioremediation from being effective. EVOLUGATE, LLC of Gainesville, FL has developed an innovative solution to the problems that restrain the full potential of bioremediation and has committed its resources to providing and environmentally friendly long-term microbial solutions for effective and rapid bioremediation of the Gulf oil spill.

(PRWeb UK) June 3, 2010 -- As BP scientists struggle to cap the well that is leaking vast quantities of oil into the Gulf of Mexico, attention is turning to the daunting task of cleaning up the oil that is slowly creeping ashore and affecting sensitive marine ecosystems. Bioremediation is emerging as the only viable means to this end, however, significant obstacles prevent current methods of bioremediation from being effective. EVOLUGATE, LLC of Gainesville, FL has developed an innovative solution to the problems that restrain the full potential of bioremediation and has committed its resources to providing and environmentally friendly long-term microbial solutions for effective and rapid bioremediation of the Gulf oil spill.

What is bioremediation and what are its limitations? Oil-eating microbes are found naturally throughout the ocean and bioremediation is the process of allowing these microbes to naturally break down oil of anthropogenic origin. The problem with simply allowing these microbes to do their work is that they do so too slowly to prevent oil from doing significant environmental and economic damage. Sometimes this is because the natural flora is not accustomed to certain components
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