Katrina's Latest Victim Is Clean-up Efforts

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Fast and cost effective heavy metals elimination in groundwater and surrounding sediments are available.

Katrina's latest victim could last for decades to come.

Katrina's latest victim may be one of the most severe and longest lasting pollution clean-ups in this country’s history. Homes can be rebuilt, but pollution of the water and surrounding sediments could be with us for generations. This does not need to be the case.

Researchers at Ocean Enviro LLC (714-960-7869) have patented several methodologies specifically designed to combat toxins in the land and water. The U.S. Coast Guard, and Southern California Edison are just a couple of organizations which have seen the fascinating results. Toxins such as, oil, hydrocarbons, PCB’s, nitrates, mercury, lead and even cides 2,4-D and 2,4,5-T can be eradicated. An associate stated his simple analogy "This is similar to normal half life degradation, but at a super accelerated pace."

Environmental contaminants can be rendered into less toxic by-products by treatment with the patented process. During this process, super oxide radicals will bond with and transform molecules of the toxic compounds also called molecular kinetics.

Carbonate alkalinity is produced, which serves to help neutralize acidity and maintain near neutral pH conditions. Certain organic compounds have been isolated and concentrated into a non-toxic product through the patented process. Other patented compounds have been manufactured to facilitate decomposition through a synergistic effect.

Toxicants can degenerate into less toxic substances which still remain above EPA's listed safe levels. Therefore, constant monitoring and revised methodologies must be included during this process.

Associated references; http://www.wca.ca.gov, http://www.environmentaldefense.org http://www.memory-doctor.com, http://www.oceanenviro.com, http://www.groundwatercentral.info/, http://www.ngwa.org, http://www.gwrtac.org, http://www.hdltd.com. http://www.eco-schools.org/links http://www.youngreporters.com, http://www.internet.ve/wildlife, http://www.webdirectory.com

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