EARTH SUSTAINING SCIENCES
SUSTAINABLE SOLUTIONS THROUGH SCIENCE
Earth Sustaining Sciences Institute was founded to develop, advance and implement intergenerational commercially sustainable societal, resources, environmental and agricultural methodologies.
The focus is upon developing biogenic solutions that are deliverable by global society in the resolution of global issues and the advancement of commercial organic food, natural energy and economic, intergenerationally sustainable environmental management.
Completed Research Projects
The SABR Process
Symbiotic Aquatic BioReactor
SABR offers the opportunity to reduce and remove challenging effluent issues, develop effective re-utilization and achieve compliant environmental release of process affected waters and water overburden from mines, industrial processing operations, intensive agriculture and natural environmental disasters in an economic, commercial and ecosocietally acceptable manner.
The Earth Sustaining Sciences approach is to utilise SABR process bioremediation to treat waters and soils achieving beneficial outcomes to assist in the immediate remediation of on-site and off-site environmental systems.
SABR Process Derivatives
Symbiotic Aquatic BioReactor - Contaminated Freshwater Systems
Symbiotic Aquatic BioReactor - Marine Systems and Desalination (SABRBODS)
Symbiotic Soil BioReactor - Soils
Symbiotic Soil BioReactor - Mineral Waste Dumps
Symbiotic Soil BioReactor - Tailings Dams and Dumps
Symbiotic Aquatic BioReactor - Clays
Symbiotic Aquatic BioReactor - Phosphogypsum
Symbiotic Aquatic BioReactor - Red Mud
Symbiotic Aquatic BioReactor - Landfill Dumps
Symbiotic BioFertigation System
BioBind System Dust Management
BioBind System Soil and Particulate Binding
CURRENT RESEARCH PROJECTS
- BIOSEG BIOGENIC REFRACTORY MINERAL SEGREGATION AND RECOVERY
- SELECTED BIOLOGICAL COLUMN DIRECT GOLD EXTRACTION BASED UPON ESSI CONTINUING DECADES OF WORK WITH Cupriavidus metallidurans STRAINS
- SELECTED BIOLOGICAL COLUMN DIRECT OTHER METALS EXTRACTION BASED UPON ESSI CONTINUING WORK WITH MULTIPLE BIOLOGICAL STRAINS