Cleanup of an oil spill or fuel oil releases should be cost effective and not break the back of the responsible party. Our bioremediation products offer this option and the remediation is non-intrusive and does not affect the property. We develop and manufacture such environment friendly bioremediation products based on confidential and proprietary information. Our products have been acknowledged by various state and federal regulatory agencies including the US EPA, Florida DEP, Maryland DE and Virginia DEQ as an effective solution for treating petroleum contamination in commercial, residential and industrial sites. All our products are guaranteed to work. Our customers in Europe can now order from in Ireland.


Executive Team

Satya Ganti, President and CEO

Satya Ganti worked in Naval Material Research Laboratory, Mumbai, India, for more than 30 years researching impact of barnacles on ship hulls and sulfate reducing bacteria on the life of bulk storage tanks on ships and tankers. Satya Ganti has a Master's degree in Biology from Mumbai University. Satya had a very long research experience on a variety of biological applications and has published more than 30 papers and filed 2 patents both have now expired. The bioremediation products have been developed protected as a proprietary information List of papers is given below and information on some other papers is not available


  1. A method for preserving underwater structures from biodeterioration by marine fouling and from wood boring organisms. Indian Patent # 899, 1975
  2. “Biodispersion as a method for removal of hydrocarbon oil from marine aqueous environments.”
  3. Energy Efficient Method for Recovering Oil from Asphalt Waste utilizing Bioremediation. US Patent No. 10,550,329 B2. Awarded on 4h February, 2020

List of papers by Satya Ganti

  1. “Sustainable Environmental Remediation (SER) Through Bioremediation of Petroleum Contaminated Soils.” Published in the “Proceedings of International Conference on Green remediation, 2010
  2. “Spill Cleanup of Fuel Contaminated Soils After Roadway Accidents Using In Situ Bioremediation.” Paper presented at 23rd Annual International Conference on Soils, Sediments and Water, 2007
  3. “On Site Bioremediation Of Oily Ballast Waters Of Ships and Tankers.” Paper presented at 2nd International Ballast Water Treatment R&D Symposium, held at IMO Headquarters, London, 2003.
  4. “Biodispersion, An Ultimate Solution For Treating Bilge Water.” Paper presented at MEETS Symposium organized by ASNE, 2003
  5. “Biodispersion: A viable technology for treatment of floating oil.” Canadian Environmental Protection, 13: 2001.
  6. “Quality assurance criteria of Aviation Turbine Fuel biocontamination.” Presented at Symposium on Biodeterioration and Biodegradation, Washington, DC USA 1999
  7. “Laboratory assays of Tributyltin toxicity to some common marine organisms.” In Recent Developments in Biofouling control, Published by Oxford Press and I.B.H. New Delhi, 115-123; 1994.
  8. “Environmentally influenced degradation of fiber reinforced composites.” Materials Performance 36: 65-69; 1997.
  9. “Field observations on the marine bivalve Scapharca deyrollei Jousseaume.” Indian Journal of Marine Sciences, 102: 123-127; 1981
  10. “Microbial growths in AVCAT fuel and Hydraulic fluids used on board Naval ships.” Published in Silver Jubilee Symp. Preservation of Service Stores, 1969
  11. “The habitat and habitat selection by Umbonium vestiarium”. Proceedings of Indian Science Acad. 38: 273-283;1972
  12. “Prevention of marine fouling in conduits by electrolytic chlorine generation technique”. Cult. 39:549-551; 1973
  13. “Some factors influencing the settlement of barnacle larvae in the laboratory.” Mar. Biol. Assoc. India 16: 455-461; 1974
  14. “Studies on respiration in relation to body size and oxygen tension in the Pelecypod Congeria salleiProc. Indian Acad. Sci. 80: 163-171; 1974
  15. “Resistance of some timbers of Andhra Pradesh against marine borer attack at four ports of India.” Sci. Jour. 24: 99-100; 1974.
  16. “On the occurrence of Cirratulus cirratus OF Miller (Polychaeta Cirratulidae), a new record for Indian waters.” Curr. Sci. 43: 789; 1974
  17. “Resistance of some timbers of Andaman islands against marine borer attack at five ports of India.” Sci. Jour. 25: 41-43; 1975
  18. “Association of mudworm Polydora ligni Webster with Mytilopsis sallei (Recluz) (Pelecypoda).” Sci. 44: 249; 1975.
  19. “Effect of extreme salinity conditions on the survival of Mytilopsis sallei (Recluz) (Pelecypoda).” Hydrobiologia 46: 199-206; 1975. 
  20. “Metabolism in Mytilopsis sallei (Recluz) (Pelecypoda): Influence of temperature.” Sci. 44: 110-112. 1975
  21. “A successful method of preventing fouling in seawater conduits by electrolytic chlorine generation.” Dept. Mar. Sci. 7 : 231-234; 1975
  22. “Oxygen consumption and metabolic rate in relation to body size in Martesia straita (Linn).” Sci. 44: 63-64: 1975
  23. “The intensity and distribution of marine wood borers at various ports in India.” Dept. Mar. sci. 7: 637-644; 1975
  24. “Design and development of an electrolytic chlorine system for prevention of fouling in seawater cooling systems.” Sci. Jour. 28: 1-4, 1975
  25. “Investigations on the natural durability of indigenous timbers for use in marine construction.” Timber Dev. Assn. 21(1): 13-18; 21(2): 15-26; 21(3): 11-20; 1975.
  26. “Rearing of barnacle larvae in the laboratory.” Bull. Dept. Mar. Sci. 74: 761-767; 1975.
  27. “Studies on marine pollution at Visakhapatnam and its influence on sedentary organisms.” Proc. Symp. Multiuse of Coastal Zones, CIFE, Bombay, 1976.
  28. “Preliminary studies on earthworms in relation to soil.” Proceeding of the National Academy of Sciences, India Section B, Vol. 33: 193-197; 1963.
  29. “Earthworms and amino acids in soil.” Sci. 33: 219-220; 1964.

Gnanu Ayysola, Co-founder and CFO

Gnanu co-founded the company with a mission to provide cost-effective oil-remediation solution and handles all investment and financing related activities for the company. Gnanu has a Bachelor's degree in Botany from Mumbai University.