Using bioremediation to clean up oil spills.

Bioremediation is an underused technique that involves using microbes to dissolve oil spilled in water, which will create more aquatic food.

Use Case

Users can use bioremediation to improve the overall health of the ocean. Bioremediation involves the use of microbes to dissolve the oil spilled in water, which will, in turn, benefit the overall health of the ocean, and all of the fish and other aquatic food that lives within the water that humans can use to feed the hungry.

Potential

Our concept will change the world in that it will feed the hungry people of Earth. Making the ocean oil-free and preventing future oil spills from causing damage will make fish healthier and more plentiful so that those who don't have enough food can be given more.

Business Case

Bioremediation involves the simple and cheap use of microbes. We could allow the use of this product for free, or we could request a small fee with which we would donate to the purchase of food for the hungry. One could easily make money off of bioremediation, especially because it can be used to clean algae out of ponds and lakes as well.

Objectives:

  1. We want to make bioremediation easily accessible to the public, so that no oil spill goes uncleaned.
  2. We want to inspire the hungry to use the ocean for more food, as bioremediation will create more food,
  3. We would like to sell bioremediation to those using it for cleaning algae, and using the profits to feed the hungry.

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Scranton, USA

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The information contained here represents student project ideas developed as the result of brainstorming activities during Round 1 of the TFF Challenge. It does not represent any final business plans or commercial products.