Oil Gone Easy S-200, a green, environmentally safe method used for remediating oil in shallow water and on land, is now being used by some environmental contractors in the Gulf oil spill cleanup process. TreeHugger.com has termed the bioremediation technology used in this product as an efficient technique and has recommended the use of Oil Gone Easy S-200.
Online PR News – 10-June-2010 – – Oil Gone Easy S-200 was reviewed on TreeHugger.com, a prominent media outlet dedicated in creating awareness among people about sustainability by bringing in green news, solutions, and product information. Rated the top sustainability blog of 2007 by Nielsen Netratings, it also has featured in the Time Magazine's 2009 blog index as one of the top twenty-five blogs.
In one of their posts titled, “The Anatomy of an Oil Spill Cleanup: What Works and What Doesn't”, Oil Gone Easy S-200 was given a special mention. In this post, they provide insights on the methods that are being incorporated in cleaning up the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico and to what extent they help in oil spill containment. The article describes the use of booms in the current oil spill cleanup process and explains the hardships associated with them. Other cleanup methods, such as waste hair balls, straw gobs, and dried mushroom-bit are also termed as impractical.
In their review, bioremediation technique is clearly termed as a cost-effective, efficient, and eco-friendly technique. They also recommend the use of Oil Gone Easy S-200, the EPA-approved bioremediation product to volunteers or locals who want to get rid of the oil stains from clothes, shoes, land, and boat.