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CLEANING UP YOUR FUEL

OR OIL SPILL

The perfect proven technology that works hand in hand with Mother Nature to restore an environment back to its pristine state after a hydrocarbon spill. Whether it's a thousand barrels in the ocean or a quart on your driveway!


S200 OilGone® is the next generation improvement on the technology that successfully cleaned over 70 miles of Alaskan coastline contaminated by the M/V EXXON VALDEZ oil spill. It is the only product selected for the ecologically fragile Spanish coast in the continuing clean up of the M/V PRESTIGE oil spill. Thoroughly tested in laboratories, on site and under actual conditions by both the U.S. and Spanish governments,


S200 OilGone® is a 21st century hydrocarbon clean up product. S200 OilGone® comes in liquid form, is easily applied, and in most instances only one application is needed. It is non-corrosive, non-flammable, and requires no special handling or storage.

Fuel or Oil Spill? - We’ve got you covered!

Diesel fuel spills

Sludge pits at oil refineries

Oil spillage

Routine maintenance oil residues

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Applied Remediation is a member of the North Dakota Petroleum Council

 The Future in Bioremediation Technology

BIOREMEDIATION

S200 OilGone® is the quintessential 21st century tool for removal and elimination of hydrocarbon issues on water and land.

HOW S200

WORKS


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 Recent Announcements

Sturdevant’s is now carrying a full line of S200 products at the 2609 S Shirley Ave location in Sioux Falls, South Dakota.


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