A key member of the Biorem International family, Alpha Omega Bioremediation is dedicated to restoring the environment, improving quality of life, and protecting human health through the use of all natural (non-genetically engineered) biotechnology.
Although the use of microbes to dissolve toxic chemicals into harmless byproducts is a relatively new concept in today’s restoration market, Biorem Alpha Omega has been operating within the remediation industry for over 35 years providing full-service microbial solutions to hazardous or environmentally harmful situations with a 100 percent success rate on each and every of the over 250 contracts Biorem Alpha Omega has undertaken.
Having spent the last 40 years in a major research effort to restore the environment to safe, healthy usable levels, Biorem Alpha Omega is in a unique position to overtake the restoration market in the 21st century. No other restoration technology has the 100 percent success rate that Biorem Alpha Omega has been enjoying regardless of the arena –
Toxic disasters such as Superfund sites
Acid mine drainage
Fossil fuels, volatile and semi-volatile hydrocarbons
Heavy metals – mercury, lead, vanadium, etc.
Chemicals, pesticides, herbicides
Groundwater and wastewater discharge
Grease, BTEX, MTBE, PCB, etc.
Projects for major corporations include but are not limited to:
Shell Oil, Gateway Development Corp. (Jacobs Field in Columbus, OH), Battelle Memorial Institute, the city of Hilliard, OH; PBS Coal, PA; The Timken Company, (OH), American Aggregates, Regal Steel, (MI); Portland Maine Country Club (ME), Sherman Mine, Ontario Canada, Brenda Mines, British Columbia, Canada; Midwest Environmental, Louisville, KY; Waste Oil Pits, Farmington, NM; Conrail derailment and spill, Columbus, OH; LTV Steel (MI & NY); Confidential Industrial Systems (Rochester, NY); City of Hilliard, OH for clogged sewers, UST, Carroll, OH; Bellows Industrial Park, Columbus, OH; 253 sites in 37 states for soil and pond restoration; and as a subcontractor for the Army Corp. of Engineers’ Mahoning River Project and the U.S. Department of the Navy superfund project in Mechanicsburg, PA.