Kill Spill adsorbent is a proprietary extremely buoyant and porous composite material available in granules of 5-15 mm in diameter with density of 0.1 ton/m3.

Upon release of the Kill Spill adsorbent over the oil contaminated water surface, the product starts working immediately upon application with a remarkably high rate of adsorption: 90% of oil in 1 minute, 99% - 5 minutes, 100% - 20 min. It safely and securely adsorbs and encapsulates free floating oil. Non-dripping, solid waste with encapsulated oil usually appears within minutes after application.

Kill Spill adsorbent has physical properties and capabilities far superior to any of the conventional products such as cellulose, ethylene, sawdust, spun polypropylene, hay, peat moss, clay-based and polymer products.

Kill Spill adsorbent is absolutely hydrophobic, floats even after full encapsulation of all oil it gets in contact with. Kill Spill absorbs up to 10 times its weight in oil.

The oil adsorbent is especially useful as part of our Kill Spill oil recovery system. The adsorbent provides selective adsorption of oil while adsorbing virtually no water and, therefore, ensures highly effective recovery of oil from the oil-water mixture.

Scooped from the water surface adsorbent with encapsulated oil is processed, as any other petroleum-based waste or oil soaked materials, in our pyrolysis chambers, resulting in full recovery of all of the adsorbed oil in the form of marketable gases, diesel fuel, gasoline, jet fuel, heating oil, etc.

This adsorbent was successfully used in Grand Isle, LA in June – July 2010, during Deepwater Horizon oil spill clean-up efforts.


After burning for approximately 36 hours
Deepwater Horizon sank on April 22, 2010

Millions of barrels of toxic crude oil spewed uncontrollably from the mile-deep Deepwater Horizon blowout into the Gulf of Mexico. 

This spill disaster was like no other humanity had dealt with – it was epic in its size, depth, and offshore as well as onshore impact.

In June - July 2010, at the request of the Governments of Texas and Louisiana, we dispatched our leading scientists and engineers to Grand Isle, LA. Former Senator Kay Bailey Hutchison of Texas and her staff were extremely supportive of our oil spill clean-up efforts.

Our unique and highly effective Kill Spill adsorbent had been taken to real life test.

The laboratory confirmed our Kill Spill adsorbent performed far above and beyond our expectations by achieving near 100% water purification of heavily contaminated specimens, well within EPA standards.