Until today, current remediation methods do not provide a true solution:
• Only move pollution from one place to another
• They continue to seriously affect the environment
• Residuals require confinement
• They are not compatible with "Green Planet" programs
We know that there are, proposals, products, technologies and methodologies that offer the cleaning of contaminated bodies like the ones mentioned above ... but we also know that they are not a definitive solution to the big problems already exposed, nor do they satisfy the ecological requirements, because only they move the contamination from one place to another, generating a need, confinement and / or transfer.
This at the same time creates a bigger problem, the need for large and extensive areas conditioned for such confinement. Spaces that cost, and that you have to give them maintenance, as well as transfers that also have a cost, and that are very high and that never stop.
In other cases, they are using various products that are emulsifiers, flocculants, sequestrants, acids and other compounds that at a certain moment sequester or encapsulate pollution for a time and hide them from sight, resulting, over the months in substances much more harmful, since in addition to not eliminate pollution, now are extremely corrosive and poisonous acids and compounds, which in turn need increasingly powerful compounds ... and much more dangerous, aggravating the problem more and more ...
And if that were not enough, the pollution has not ceased to exist ... it just moved from one place to another
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