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EnSolve Wins Patent Award for EnScrub® Technology! 
RALEIGH, N.C. – August 22, 2018 – EnSolve Biosystems announced today that it earned a patent from the U.S Patent & Trade Office for its EnScrub technology.  The technology addresses contaminants from the aqueous effluent of sulfur oxide (SOx) scrubber systems for ships and oil refineries.


EnSolve Welcomes Director of Maritime Sales, Charlie Graff

RALEIGH, N.C. – 07 MARCH 2018 – EnSolve Biosystems announced today that it has hired Charlie Graff as its Director of Sales, Maritime Division.  Charlie has over 25 years of maritime and oil/gas experience as a marine engineer and in sales.   


Successful Sea Trial of EnScrub Scrubber Water Treatment System

RALEIGH, N.C. – Nov. 14, 2016 – EnSolve Biosystems announced today that it completed a successful sea trial of its EnScrub SOx Scrubber Water Treatment System onboard a vessel operating in the Baltic Region.


EnSolve Launches SOx Scrubber Water Treatment System 

Released - 2/12/2014
RALEIGH, N.C. – Feb. 12, 2014 – EnSolve Biosystems announced today that it has developed a new product called EnScrub® which treats particulates and petroleum hydrocarbons from the effluent of shipboard sulfur oxides (SOx) scrubber systems.

Innovative "green" biofilter for oily bilgewater treatment

BC Shipping News

December 2013/January 2014

Bilgewater consists of liquids that drain to the lower regions of the ship's hull and is comprised of water, oils, fuels, surfactants, and a myriad of other contaminants. Common methods of separating and removing oil from this mixture include coalescing, filtration, centrifugation, flocculation, and/or combinations of these technologies.


N.C. Business Sending Product to Antarctica sync - Weekly highlights from the North Carolina Department of CommerceUpdated - 10/2/2013N.C. Business Sending Product to Antarctica This week, Raleigh-based EnSolve Biosystems is shipping one of its biofilters to Antarctica for use on a commercial fishing vessel.


EnSolve Biosystems Introduces Bioremediation Products for Cleanup Operations in Gulf of Mexico
Released - 6/21/2010
ShoreClean™ Products Use Naturally Occurring Oil-Consuming Microbes to Cleanse Shorelines


Released - 6/11/2010
Grant will help EnSolve develop a biological treatment system for maritime engine emissions applications

EnSolve Launches Compact PetroLiminator Oil Water Separator System for Small to Mid-Size Ships
Released - 3/25/2010
EnSolve Biosystems today announced that it has successfully completed and passed the MEPC 107(49) certification tests for its new compact PetroLiminator 200M (PL 200M) Oil Water Separator (OWS) system...

Raleigh company hopes to help Gulf Coast (CBS TV News)

Capitol Broadcasting Company

Updated - 7/8/2010

Raleigh, N.C. — A Raleigh man is hoping his company can help fix the oil spill covering the Gulf of Mexico. Jason Caplan said his company, EnSolve BioSystems, has been using a process on ships around the world for years that makes oily water from vessels safe in ocean water. Caplan said the technology uses a naturally occurring process. “It has oil degrading microbes, which convert the oil into carbon dioxide and water,” he said.