US Centrifuge Systems expanded its research and development for oil remediation in 2009 with equipment used to remediate oil spills and hazards in water and on land. Biotechnological methods of each product clean industrial, sewage and oil pollution with advance absorption, skimming and separation techniques developed exclusively at US Centrifuge Systems. Contaminated oil residue and tarballs get converted back into water and carbon elements already naturally present in the environment.
A division at US Centrifuge Systems was created to address the oil remediation needs of the Gulf Coast, specifically in response to the Deepwater Horizon oil spill in the spring of 2010. A group of scientists and engineers combined technological developments, experience in oil-water separation and their deep-rooted initiative to improve people, property and aquatic life of the Gulf Coast.
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