Our solutions enable the unique integration of natural non-toxic agents into the high-tech process of mechanical treatment of oil sludge, soils and surfaces, followed by hydrocarbon bioremediation.
Soil remediation in situ and ex situ
Trackbed and gravel cleaning
Sludge treatment and oil recovery
Scientific Research & Development Services
In-situ or ex situ decontamination
Polluted areas are totally decontaminated within a short time
No chemical or toxic waste
Commercially attractive methods through oil recovery
Superoxidation in situ and ex situ
The NHS+ superoxidation process can be used for in situ remediation of soils as well as for cleaning excavated soil and all types of mineral waste contaminated with hydrocarbons.
Using in situ application by ISCO methods (In Situ Chemical Oxidation), the chemical components of NHS+ are injected into the soil one after the other. The superoxidation can be also be used in soil cleaning plants or in concrete mixers on site. The latter enables operation in a confined space and the best possible interaction between the chemical components and the hydrocarbons.
„The innovative NHS+ procedure heralds a paradigm change in the remediation of contaminated soil. We have achieved astoundingly good results. NHS+ is fast and enables the regeneration of the remediated soils. Overall it is an elegant and cost-effective solution.”
Hans Betko, Geologist, TÜV SÜD Industry Service
Track Bed Cleaning
Railway Track Gravel Cleaning and Remediation
On-site gravel treatment
NHS+ has been developed further for the fast and complete in-situ decontamination of rail tracks, applied with a special train composition, designed and engineered by MOG.
The contaminants that can be treated are grease, oil and diesel spots as well as all kinds of herbicide leftovers.
The complex and costly process of excavation, transport, cleaning or replacement and disposal of the ballast is no longer necessary.
Extracting high-quality tradable petroleum
Most known technologies deployed to treat oily waste destroy the petroleum contained in the sludge. MOG’s technology allows extracting high-quality petroleum from the oil sludge, without affecting the chemical structure of hydrocarbons.
The rapid and cost-effective oil recovery process is carried out using the modular industrial plant STORM-15, comprising initial mixing station, centrifuge and final phase separation unit.
We guarantee the recovery of up to 95% of the hydrocarbon phase and a 100% environmentally-friendly method of recycling.
The regained petroleum can be utilized in industrial processing.
Research & Development
Academic approach to ground-breaking solutions
Science for a healthy biosphere
The R&D Team is structured in 5 Divisions:
- Division 1: Chemistry
- Division 2: Mathematics, Physics and Algorithms
- Division 3: Microbiology and Soil Sciences
- Division 4: Machine Engineering
- Division 5: Customer Support Team with joint members of the previous divisions
The R&D Team is cooperating in advanced scientific research with Western Universities designing the suitable projects.