Hydro-Carbon Remediation

An Environmentally Friendly Range of Specialised Remediation Products

In any area where the soil has affected concrete or brick surfaces, apply the oil hydro-carbon converter directly to the surface and agitate thoroughly – the best method to do this would be with a hard wire or bristle brush. When the surfaces have been soaked in the Hydro-Carbon Converter, allow to dry and then wash off with a high-pressure hose.

Black Magic Microbial Oil Remover

Black Magic will remove a number of contaminants, including, Motor oil, Cutting oil, Hydraulic oil, Gasoline, Diesel and heating fuels. Black Magic is so safe as it is rated as a Food Grade product for food-based Oils, Fats (animal and vegetable), Grease, Solvents, Alcohols and sugars. It’s rated safe by the Halaal board.


Hydro-C literally neutralizes oil and grease pollution and stains – by irreversibly converting them to a non-hazardous substance (organo silicate). Specifically designed to neutralize toxic hydrocarbons, (oils, jet fuels, diesel etc.) to a non-hazardous, and irreversible state.  This process is simple and fast leaving the converted hydrocarbons harmless and inert.


Eco-Marine is a world first, marine-life friendly crude-oil water-dispersant.  100% environmentally safe & acceptable.  It has been formulated and manufactured in South Africa.  Eco-Marine has been approved by the South African Department of Environmental Affairs (DEA), the South African Maritime Safety Authority (SAMSA), the Council for Industrial & Scientific Research, (CSIR), and the South African Bureau of Standards (SABS).


These products process remediation work faster than any other means, they do not require additional work or extended time frames and are at the forefront of natural and environmentally safe treatment measures of such difficult problems as oil, grease staining and pollution.

Two couples of categories can be individuated in the first place: pollution from punctual of diffuse sources and from chronic or accidental release of pollutants. From the pollutant point of view, this can be either organic or inorganic with, consequently, different environmental fates and repercussion on air, soil and groundwater.