Angellic Dr. Angel 1
In reviewing EPA guidelines for acceptable performance, EcoBioClean far surpasses the speed, effectiveness and safety of other systems, and unlike currently used chemical dispersants, spinners, soakers or burning techniques, this important new technology has an advantageous effect on the life cycle all the way up the food chain to humans. Companies will save money, time and the damaging carbon imprint other methods may leave behind. EcoBioClean preserves our natural resources and has value in numerous industries.
Examples of applicable uses include on fuels, oils, and tar balls that wash ashore as well as those spilled by ships, boats or on land by trains, trucks, autos, airplanes or at gas pumps. The formula is effective in a wide range of temperatures and under extreme conditions, and in uncountable locations where contamination may occur from vast oceans to landfills and water sources that provide drinking water.
Janet Angel, PhD was recently awarded a US Patent for both the formula and methods of use. The issuance, itself a laborious and rigorous process, establishes the utility and novelty of the EcoBioClean composition.
The first field application test of EcoBioClean was in July of 2010 in the ocean off the coast of Grand Isle, Louisiana, after the BP Deep Water Horizon Spill had occurred. During that visit, Dr. Angel’s formula was applied to crude oil slicks that collected in Barataria Bay in the Gulf of Mexico. The crude oil had also been treated by Core Exit, the dispersant of choice by BP.
EcoBioClean not only acted quickly to remediate the oil itself but the chemical dispersant as well (video and photos available). The test application results were witnessed on site by executives of Team Gulf, photography experts and others involved in the cleanup. The second test occurred in August 2010 in the Kalamazoo River in Michigan, days after the Enbridge pipeline broke. Again, the formula was successful at visibly dispersing oil slicks in moments. Blind tests were performed by Covant Laboratory to confirm the end result of the treatment.