EnviroDEFENSE® Hydrocarbon Remover
EnviroDEFENSE® HydroCarbon Remover


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EnviroDEFENSE® Hydrocarbon Remover is a unique blend of multiple bacteria strains specifically formulated to effectively degrade both aromatic and aliphatic petroleum hydrocarbons.

The Bacillus consortium plus the addition of Pseudomonas has been done to effectively concentrate on the degradation of petroleum hydrocarbons in soil applications and bioremediations. EnviroDEFENSE® Hydrocarbon Remover's proprietary blend of bacterial cultures instantly work to degrade the light-distilled oil fractions, as well as the heavier fractions of hydrocarbons normally associated with #4, #5, and #6 fuel oils, crude oil and coal tar.

PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS: In addition to select strains of bacteria, EnviroDEFENSE® Hydro Carbon contains the following enzymes for rapid degradation of waste:

  • Protease: Digestion of Protein
  • Cellulase: Digestion of Cellulosic Particles
  • Lipase: Digestion of Fats & Oils

Wastewater Treatment Routine Application:

0 – 5001.5 lb (0.68 kg)
501 – 10002 lb (0.91 kg)
1001 – 20003 lb (1.36 kg)

*Rates Based On Every 500,000 Gallons Of Flow Per Day

Wastewater Treatment Start Up Application:

0 – 5003 lb (1.36 kg)
501 – 10004 lb (1.82 kg)
1001 – 20006 lb (2.72 kg)

*Rates Based On Every 500,000 Gallons Of Flow Per Day. Use Start Up Application For First 30 Days Then Use Routine Application.

Soil Application (Well Sites): Mix 5 lbs. (2.27 kg) of EnviroDEFENSE® Hydrocarbon Remover to 55 gallons (208.2 L) of water and spray over surface, then till soil vigorously.

Hard Surface Application: Mix 8 oz. (227 g) of EnviroDEFENSE® Hydrocarbon Remover to 1 Gallon (3.78 L) of water. Heavily mop over surface and let water stand. Several moppings may be needed to remove oils and greases.

PARAMETERS: For biology to work at its optimum level (although not dependent upon), certain conditions must exist:

  • pH of the water maintained between 5.5 & 9.5.
  • Temperature of the water above 10°C (50°F).