Biorestore   PC3R Technology (Pollution construct, Remediation, Restoration and Reuse)

The remediation-to-biofuel research (2004-2015) on oil spill finding goes beyond identification of problems in remedy selection to examine why these problems occur in the first place, and makes recommendations to address these underlying causes. Our hypothesis is that some of these problems may result from tradeoffs implicit in the goals of various stakeholders. These tradeoffs may explain any failure to meet certain DPR requirements, such as the selection of a permanent cleanup solutions. The problems with information management during cleanup implementation may reflect underlying effects of document preparation by different parties, and perhaps most importantly, the absence of standardized reporting procedures.

 Today, just over 60 years since hydrocarbon was founded in Nigeria, a wealth of completed reported and remediation cases offers us the opportunity to make a rich – if preliminary – appraisal of the “real” problems that underlie the remedy selection and implementation process.  Our proposed solution Biorestore PC3R  Technology (Pollution control, Remediation, Restoration and Resue) aims to provide the practical basis for assessing these problems, and incorporating these new insights in ways that would improve our operations.

Our findings and analysis are divided into two broad sections, one that concerns remedy selection and the other that addresses the process of implementing the chosen remediation which we call  Remediation–to-Biofuel Protocol for Niger Delta. An integrated solution from hydrocarbon clean p to wealth creation ( conversion of polluted land to agricultural farm land for bioenergy crops).


Biorestore   PC3R Technology Methodology