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HARDOIL Technology

Pollution enters our oceans from many sources. The majority is caused by crude oil accidents and spills, but other routine causes include machinery waste discharges and oil tanker cleaning. Unfortunately, polluting the oceans is more economical than providing appropriate disposal facilities for oily wastes.  Most tank cleaning operations take place during the ballast stage of the tanker’s voyage so the waste is discharged into the ocean before a port is reached.  Ship owners are required to set aside funds from annual budgets to pay for fines and recovery treatments upsetting the ocean’s ecosystem and killing many forms of marine life.  HARDOIL can prevent pollution from the outset, thus eliminating costly fines and recovery treatments while preserving the ocean’s ecosystem.


How does it work?

The moment HARDOIL comes into contact with any type of hydro-carbonate derivatives HARDOIL instantly changes the carbon-link, creating a new solidified composite, which can be easily removed.  Since the solidified waste can be retrieved from the top of the spill, both the spilled oil and the HARDOIL can be chemically separated again, and reused.  The separation process has a 5-15% loss leaving most of the product available to recoup the loss of the spill.  The active ingredient is non-toxic and is not harmful to marine life in either fresh or saltwater environments. 

Demining Technology

Today, there are more than 100 million landmines buried and active. Another 100 million are stockpiled and ten million are produced annually.  Prior to 2004, more than a million people had been killed or maimed by landmines since 1975.  Clearing mines is a dangerous and very costly job. Mines can cost as little as $3 to produce yet the necessary care involved in clearing a landmine costs more than US$2,000 a mine.

Petro-BAAB, Inc. with the cooperation of their research and development team, has developed an effective technology for the demining of anti-personnel landmines. This technology involves spraying a specific solution mixed by air on top an area that is saturated with personnel landmines. The solution can penetrate the soil up to 50 centimeters and within seconds will detonate safely any land mine that it touches.  The solution is non-hazardous and non-toxic and more cost-effective than anything on the market.  It boasts a 100% success rate and detonates all mines within minutes leaving any fields safe for personnel the same day.