Biopulcher is the heir to the know-how experience of the companies Ecoservicio S.A., Qm & Unicom, and Qmtecnic that, since 1990, start in Spain several works and bioremediation tests. We was endorsed for numerous treatments: Campsa (1992), Aegean Sea desaster (La Coruña 1992). Followed by works and tests in Repsol factories, meso-scale works in the island of Sálvora (Vigo 2003), in the Prestige disaster (2002), trials in ports (Vilanova i la Geltrú 2004 and Generalitat de Catalunya), as well as diverse treatments performed on rocks, land and subsoil (Montserrat in 2004, Pyrenees, Fuerteventura, Burgos among others).
It is worth noting the achievement of the large scale treatment that Biopulcher carried out during 2018 in Gran Tarajal Harbor (Fuerteventura).
In this harbor, in February 2018, Emma storm caused the sinking of 8 ships.
The Government of the Canary Islands commissioned Biopulcher to decontaminate the waters of the port.
During 8 months (February-October) Biopulcher has decontaminated, end to end, the waters of the port from the spills caused by the accident and from the spills resulting from the cutting process of the ships.
Since October, the port of Gran Tarajal has returned to its previous state.
Regarding organic sludge treatments for its degradation and deodorization, it’s remarkable highlight the success of the work carried out in the Segura riverbed on its way through Murcia. 150,000 cubic meters of sludge were treated and in 2016 the Segura river decontamination project received the award for the best environmental restoration in Europe.