The Solution

BRINGING NASA TECHNOLOGY DOWN TO EARTH TO CLEAN THE WORLD

Transformative Remediation to Extract and Destroy PCBs – Forever

BRINGING NASA TECHNOLOGY DOWN TO EARTH TO CLEAN THE WORLD

Transformative Remediation to Extract and Destroy PCBs – Forever

ecoSPEARS: Vital. Clean. Brilliant.

Who is ecoSPEARS?

ecoSPEARS is a cleantech company with innovative environmental solutions to extract, remediate and destroy PCBs and other pervasive and persistent toxins from earth's lakes, rivers, and navigable waterways. ecoSPEARS is the exclusive licensee of NASA's Sorbent Polymer Extraction and Remediation System (SPEARS) to extract and remediate PCB, PAH, DDT, Dioxins, and other harmful contaminants from Earth's sediments. ecoSPEARS has designed and developed SPEARS for manufacturability and scalability to address the worldwide trillion dollar PCB clean-up problem. Focused on education, innovation, and sustainability, NASA and ecoSPEARS collaboratively desire to rid the world of harmful PCBs and other toxic contaminants using the non-invasive, in-situ SPEARS technology.

NASA Technology: Sorbent Polymer Extraction and Remediation System (SPEARS)

What makes SPEARS the best remediation solution for PCB contaminated sediments?

What makes SPEARS the most practical and viable solution is that it is a long-term, permanent solution that has also shown to have powerful short-term effectiveness. ecoSPEARS has commercialized the NASA technology to be scalable, cost-effective, all while protecting human health and the environment by absorbing and trapping the harmful contaminants limiting the threat of toxin re-suspension. As compared to traditional capping and dredging remediation methods, SPEARS is an eco-friendly in-situ technology that can be implemented at a fraction of the cost. Additionally, SPEARS will not destroy the aquatic habitat while also preserving the clean soil in the waterway by only extracting the toxins. SPEARS is a green remediation technology that the community, state officials, responsible parties, and EPA can all rally behind to rid waterways of PCBs and other persistent toxins, finally, once and for all. second to last sentence