Microbes that eat oil and are safe for plants and animals

Lesley Robertson l.a.robertson at stm.tudelft.nl
Fri Mar 1 04:54:38 EST 1996

earthsmt at sierra.net (Earth Smart) wrote:
>After years of research at the University of Texas, a blend of 13 microbes 
>collected from natural oil seeps around the world has been compiled.  This 
>blend is proving to be a very effective, cost efficient means of transforming 
>any natural hydrocarbon into 100% safe byproduct.  Hydrocarbon refers to the 
>most important class of organic compounds that occur in petroleum and natural 
>gas.  A partial list of hydrocarbons that are transformed by this blend are:  
>gasoline, diesel, indene, benzene, tolulene, tylene, ace napthalene, kerosene, 
>methane, paraffin, carbon, coke, coal tar, turpentine, oil based paint, grease 
>and many others.  This blend is marketed under the name Earth Wise Formula 1 
>and is FDA and USDA approved.  Earth Wise also meets all 1995 EPA requirements
>for bioremediation.  The client list ranges from airports, marinas, restaurants,
>service stations, wrecking yards, hotels, and the armed forces.  There is 
>currently only 250 distributors in 26 states and in Korea and Taiwan so ground 
>level opportunities are available.  For more information on how to purchase 
>Earth Wise or career opportunities please call Kim at (916)583-6952.
>Kim Smith
>earthsmt at sierra.net

This post is getting repetitive. 
Lesley Robertson

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